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"I felt better knowing they operate their
own crematory. It gave me
the peace-of-mind I needed."
"I can't believe I waited so long
to pre-plan my services! Michele made
it so easy and she even came up with
a monthly payment plan to fit my budget."
"My fiancé was an avid rider.
Marie let us bring in his Harley for
the service and play his favorite Blues
music during the gathering."
"Mark took care of everything.
He called the church, ordered the flowers,
arranged for the music and even coordinated
the luncheon. It was a huge burden
off our shoulders."
"When Linda and Kris came to the
house to transfer my mom to the funeral home,
they knew we were not having a viewing so they
gave my sisters and I extra time to say good-bye.
I will always remember those last
few minutes with her."
"My father was spiritual, but not overly
religious. Their on-site chapel was the
perfect setting for the service, and the
in-house minister was wonderful.
It's as if he knew my Dad."
"Everyone was treated like family.
Their entire staff was so compassionate
and caring, especially Yssa who we spoke to
on the phone. Even the doorman and their
receptionist Vera knew our names and
made us feel at home."
"We told Roger we were very limited
on funds. He helped us plan a meaningful
service for our brother that we
could afford."
"We had family coming from all
over for the service. It was nice that
they have three locations to choose from.
We were able to use the location that was
the most convenient for us."
"I like the fact that they have
served the community for over 100 years
and Buddy Phaneuf is the 4th generation
to take care of our family. We trust
the Phaneuf family with the most precious
people in our lives."
"We had never had to arrange a funeral
before. Bridget was so patient with us and
explained all of our choices. We had no idea
how many options were available to customize
and personalize a service. We decided on a
beautiful candlelight ceremony
to cerebrate Mom's life."
"None of our family was born
in this country. Phaneuf Funeral Homes
was very sensitive to our traditions and
religious customs."
"Mom wanted to honor my Dad's
military service. Not only did they make
all the arrangements with the Veteran's
cemetery and arrange for an honor guard,
Joanne got us benefits from the VA we did
not even know he was entitled to."
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Marjorie L. Thibault
October 26, 1931 - March 12, 2004

Marjorie Thibault, 72, formerly of Milford died March 12, 2004, at Hillsborough County Nursing Home after a long illness. She was born in Manchester, NH on October 26, 1931, the daughter of Samuel K. and Antoinette (Desilets) Laflamme. She graduated from St. Joseph’s High School for Girls and went on to receive her R.N. Degree from Notre Dame School of Nursing. Mrs. Thibault was a longtime resident of Greenville, where she serviced 36 in...

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Tu Dinh Vu
July 7, 1942 - March 12, 2004

Tu Dinh Vu, 61, of 107 Laurel Street, died March 12, 2004 at Catholic Medical Center. He was born in Vietnam on March 7, 1942 and had been a resident of New Hampshire for the past eight years. He had been employed by Pleasant View Gardens. Family members include his wife, Huong Vu; a son Thong Vu of Virginia; four daughters, Tinh Vu and Thuy Vu, both of Vietnam, Hoa Bu and Trang Vu both of Manchester; ten grandchildren; several brothers,...

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Leo A. Courtois

Leo A. Courtois
February 1, 1927 - March 11, 2004

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John R. Hangen

John R. Hangen
August 1, 1920 - March 9, 2004

John R. Hangen, 83, of Florida died March 9, 2004 at the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital, Miami, Florida. He was born in New York, NY the son of Jacob and Irene (Murphy) Hangen and had been a resident of Florida for the past 30 years. He loved golfing and boating. Mr. Hangen was a WW II Navy Veteran. He was employed for many years with the Plumbers Local # 1. Family members include his wife of 62 years, Helen (Heim) Hangen of North Miami...

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Diane Saykaly
June 22, 1955 - March 7, 2004

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Aurelie R. Baron

Aurelie R. Baron
January 26, 1917 - March 6, 2004

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Ivor Bach Watts
March 12, 1908 - March 5, 2004

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Irene M. Lampron

Irene M. Lampron
April 11, 1916 - March 4, 2004

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George W. Thompson, Sr.
March 3, 1928 - March 4, 2004

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Marie C. Butt
August 30, 1932 - February 29, 2004

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Joseph Paul Fournier
July 28, 1924 - February 26, 2004

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Wilfred J. Klardie
October 9, 1920 - February 24, 2004

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Richard A. Sage
May 15, 1949 - February 24, 2004

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Harry Theodosopoulos

Harry Theodosopoulos
June 5, 1922 - February 23, 2004

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John VanUden

John VanUden
December 22, 1908 - February 23, 2004

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Theresa F. Bourgeois
March 23, 1927 - February 22, 2004

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Leonard F. Desrochers
July 17, 1952 - February 22, 2004

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Beth A. Greeley
December 31, 1923 - February 22, 2004

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Wildy W. Mcmahon

Wildy W. Mcmahon
October 6, 1912 - February 21, 2004

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Eugene R. Lemay
October 22, 1947 - February 20, 2004

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Thomas E. Hayward
January 24, 1948 - February 19, 2004

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B. Anita Renaud
November 7, 1910 - February 19, 2004

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Alexandra B. Lacombe
October 1, 1907 - February 17, 2004

Alexandra B. (Berthiaume) (Flynn) Lacombe, 96, formerly of 166 Kelley Street, died February 17, 2004 at the Loving Care Hospice in Albany, CA. She was born in Grand-Mere, PQ Canada on October 1, 1907, the daughter of Alexander and Emilie (Bege) Berthiaume and had been a Manchester resident nearly all of her life before moving to California three years ago. She had worked in local shoe shops throughout her career. She had also worked as an...

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Janet Lemieux
November 4, 1941 - February 16, 2004

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Sara A. Shatney
January 31, 1936 - February 16, 2004

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