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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: Charlotte B. Littleton

Charlotte Beverly Littleton, born 2/3/1936 in Woodbury, NJ passed away peacefully at her home in Bedford, NH on 3/8/2019. Charlotte was a loving wife, mother, and homemaker who raised her family in Woodbury, NJ. She and her beloved husband Robert Sr. retired to the Jensen's Community in Garden City, SC in 1985 where she worked at the Carolina Opry music show and loved to lead bus tours to Charleston and other local historic sites. She and... Read More...Read More

Service: Irma A. Boucher

Irma A. Boucher, 94, passed away peacefully at the Courville at Manchester on March 14, 2019. Irma was born in Manchester on October 7, 1924, daughter of the late Oscar and Claudia (Vaillancourt) Pilotte. She was a lifelong resident of Manchester and worked in the mills until her marriage to her husband, Roland Boucher, in 1948. Irma was a card shark who loved winning card games against her family and friends. She also enjoyed doing... Read More...Read More

Service: Elsie A. Bergeron

Elsie A. Bergeron (Robinson) 85, of Hooksett, NH passed away peacefully on Monday, March 11, 2019 with her daughter and friends by her side at Villa Crest Retirement Center after a long battle with Alzeheimers. She was born in Chelsea, Mass on September 20, 1933 the only child of the late Ralph Robinson and Annette C. Robinson (Metivier). Elsie graduated from Central High School and worked for many years at AIG (American International Group)... Read More...Read More

Service: Curney "Ben" Russell

Curney "Ben" Russell, 82, of Manchester, passed away peacefully in his sleep March 11, 2019. He was born in Kingston, Jamaica on January 2, 1937. He came to the United States in his late thirties and found his forever home in Manchester, NH. He was a hard worker who worked seven days a week until he was eighty years old. His livery service which he owned and operated for twenty years made him a staple at the Manchester airport. There...Read More

Service: John W. Williams

John W. Williams, 85, of Londonderry, passed away peacefully on Saturday, March 9, 2019 at Elliot Hospital, Manchester, surrounded by his loving family. John was born in Rochester, NY, he was the son of the late Roy J. and Emma (Dutcher) Williams A beloved father, grandfather, great grandfather, and friend. John's family was most important in his life. He cherished time spent with his family during the holidays, and summer barbeques. John... Read More...Read More

Service: Jennie "Jean" Hanlon

Jennie was born in Cambridge, MA on April 29, 1925, the daughter of Stanley and Antonia (Budrick) Young. Jean had worked at Sears Department Store and later AT Liberty Mutual Insurance. She was the widow of Francis E. Hanlon who died in 1987 and predeceased by her grandsons Blake and Shayne Conway. Family members include two sons, Frank Hanlon and his wife Pam of Merrimack, and Michael Hanlon and his wife Deborah of Merrimack; two daughters,... Read More...Read More

Service: Eugenia "Gena" (Putnal) Beattie

Eugenia "Gena" (Putnal) Beattie, 70, of Milford, NH, formerly of Perry, FL, passed away peacefully on March 14, 2019 after a long illness. Born on August 23, 1948 in Port St. Joe, FL, she was daughter to the late Albert and Madelyn (Irby) Putnal. She enjoyed 29 years of marriage with her husband, John David Beattie. Raised and educated in Perry, FL, Gena was a 1966 graduate of Taylor County High School. She went on to earn her nursing degree......Read More

Service: Gary W. Ladd

Gary W. Ladd, 60, of Hooksett, NH died on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at his residence. Mr. Ladd was born on April 28, 1958, in Laconia, NH the son of the late Wayne and Helen (Fagan) Ladd. Mr. Ladd was a self-employed carpenter and worked through out the state on various projects. His passion was riding his motorcycle around the country with his wife and fellow riders. Members of his family include; his wife, Verlie (Fuller) Ladd of Hooksett,... Read...Read More

Service: Carol A. Baker

On Monday, March 4, 2019, Carol A. Baker (Pynn) 77, of South Hampton, died peacefully after a yearlong battle with lung cancer. She was born on December 8, 1941, in Wakefield, MA the daughter of the late Chester and Marjorie Pynn. She was raised and educated in Melrose, MA. She was theTown Clerk for 23 years, Tax Collector for 4 years, and unofficial dog warden (as she brought home strays that were brought to her) in South Hampton. ... Read...Read More

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