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Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium has grown to become New Hampshire’s largest and most preferred funeral and cremation service provider largely because of our caring, compassionate and dedicated staff.

If you have a passion for delivering world class service to families and excel at customer service, then we would like to speak with you. The following are some of the full and part time opportunities that we frequently hire for.

  • Licensed Funeral Directors
  • Funeral Service Apprentices
  • Funeral Service Associates and Technicians
  • Administrative Associates
  • Attendants (doorman and drivers)

If you are interested in learning more about a career with Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium, please give us a call at  603-625-5777  or submit the form to the right.

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Current Openings

Service: Joan R. Thompson

JOAN R. THOMPSON November 16, 1932 – September 24, 2018 LITTLETON – Joan Ruth Thompson, 85, of Littleton, died peacefully September 24, 2018 at Littleton Regional Healthcare following a period of declining health. It was late afternoon on a beautiful autumn day, with the sun beginning to set and the harvest moon on the rise, and while being held tenderly in her daughter's arms, her son holding her hand, and dear family friend, Kendra, at... Read More...Read More

Service: Al Moskal

AL MOSKAL LITTLETON, NH -- Al Moskal, 73, passed away on September 26, 2018. A celebration of his life will be held at the VFW in Littleton, NH on 6 Oct at 3 pm. Al was born to Edward & Mabel (Copp) Moskal in Webster, Mass. He graduated from Bartlett High School '63 and Norwich University '67 where he was a standout quarterback. He married Sue Stickel of Maplewood, NJ in 1969, and they raised two children, Bob and Kate....Read More

Service: Gary William Meader

Gary William Meader died in his home in Sugar Hill, NH on February 22, 2019 after a long battle with cancer. Gary was born in Los Angeles, California, and grew up in the Midwest. He met his beloved wife, Sue, during their high school years in Iowa. They were married shortly after high school and had been married sixty years at the time of Gary's passing. After their first daughter was born, Gary and Sue decided that college was going...Read More

Service: Richard Armand Morneau

Richard Armand Morneau, 72, died Monday, December 24, 2018 at the Community Hospice House in Merrimack, NH after a battle with Lewy Body Dementia. He was the son of Armand and Rienette Morneau born on April 20,1946 in Berlin, NH. He is survived by his wife Colleen; daughter Kate Morneau and husband Frank Marowitz, son, Steven and wife Taylor and son, Riley; three grandchildren, Olivia, Kaden, and Leila; sisters, Pauline Copley and husband Bill... Read More...Read More

Service: Real "Ray" Paquette

REAL "RAY" PAQUETTE LITTLETON, NH - Real "Ray" Paquette, 79, passed away Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at the Morrison Nursing Home in Whitefield, NH after a long illness. He was born on December 4, 1939, the son of the late Antonio and Rose (Drouin) Paquette. Real was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother and uncle and loving companion to Helen Dickinson. He was a partner in a logging business and worked as... Read More...Read More

Service: Joseph Roger "Rocky" Meunier

JOSEPH ROGER "ROCKY" MEUNIER LITTLETON, NH -- Joseph Roger "Rocky" Meunier (89) passed away on November 28, 2018 at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Hanover NH, after a long illness. Roger was born in Groveton NH on June 23, 1929, to Philippe Meunier and Louisanna MacLure. He was the oldest of 9 children. He graduated from Groveton High School in 1947. Roger married Elizabeth Lehan of Littleton, NH on July 4, 1951 and they were... Read More...Read More

Service: Arthur James Leonard III

ARTHUR JAMES LEONARD III LISBON, NH -- Arthur James Leonard III of Lisbon, NH passed away October 16, 2018 after a brief illness. He was born on September 19, 1943 in Washington, DC, and known as Jim to family and friends. He grew up in Loudonville, NY, graduated from Shaker High School in 1963, and earned an accounting diploma from Albany Business College in 1969. In 1969, he was employed by Graves and Rodgers Liquor Co. before moving... Read More...Read More

Service: Floyd W. Ramsey

FLOYD W. RAMSEY LITTLETON, NH -- Floyd W. Ramsey died peacefully on February 15, 2019. He was born on July 2, 1931 the son of Floyd E. and Catherine E. Ramsey. He graduated from Lincoln High School and served in the US Air Force. Following his graduation from Plymouth Teachers College in 1961, he became an English and history teacher at Lincoln High School. Due to serious health issues he retired in 1984. During his early retirement he... Read More...Read More

Service: Barbara (Smith) Boyce

BARBARA (SMITH) BOYCE LISBON, NH – Barbara (Smith) Boyce, 77, passed away at her home on January 27th, after a long battle with cancer. She was surrounded by her loving family. Barb was born on February 20, 1941, a daughter to Burl and Doris (Jenks) Smith in Littleton, NH. Barb loved her flowers, gardening, music and dancing. She was very knowledgeable with antiques and enjoyed going to yard sales. She also loved the outdoors, fishing... Read More...Read More

Service: Olga Leonis Lewis

OLGA L. LEWIS Olga Lewis, 84, of Littleton, NH, passed away on November 15, 2018, at home after a lengthy illness. A small private service was held at Pillsbury Funeral Home and she was laid to rest in Glenwood Cemetery. She was born on a farm in Greensboro, VT on the back side of Caspian Lake on July 31, 1934, the seventh child of the late Jack and Olga Gomes. She loved her life on the farm, helping her family...Read More

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