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Dying to Talk

Phaneuf’s new podcast

Dying to Talk is a light-hearted and upbeat discussion of those topics no one really wants to talk about. Each episode we choose a subject that is related to funeral services, the cremation process or death and dying.

New episodes every other Tuesday. Listen here or wherever you download podcasts.

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Our guest this episode is Lee Webster with New Hampshire Funeral Resources, Education & Advocacy....Read More...
This week’s topic is brain and brain tissue donation. Our guests this episode are Dr. Sabina Baretta and Dr. T. Wilson Wu, both experts on brain tissue donation. Contact us: phaneuf.net buddy@phaneuf.net...Read More...
This episode features Jeff Boucher of Manchester Memorial Company, Inc., who discusses trends in memorialization....Read More...
Our guest this episode is Frank Mesmer, an attorney who answers our questions related to wills and trusts....Read More...
In our latest episode, co-hosts Buddy and Madison discuss funeral rules and regulations, such as using third-party caskets and next of kin rights in New Hampshire. Contact us: phaneuf.net buddy@phaneuf.net...Read More...
Our topic this episode is therapy dogs, and how hospice care and palliative care professionals can be helpful for the dying and bereaved....Read More...
Our topic is scattering cremated remains at sea and burial at sea. Our guest is Capt. Brad White. He is the founder of New England Burials at Sea....Read More...
This episode, our guest is Steven Lewis, of M Solomon Casket Company in Rhode Island....Read More...
On this episode of Dying to Talk, we’re joined by our hospice liaison, Colleen Kurlansky, who explains the relationships between funeral providers and hospice caregivers. Contact us: phaneuf.net buddy@phaneuf.net...Read More...
Our guest this episode is Father Richard Dion, Pastor of St. Anthony Church in Manchester, who will discuss the Catholic Funeral Rite. Contact us: phaneuf.net buddy@phaneuf.net...Read More...