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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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William Bryson May 30, 1922 - November 4, 2005

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Fabiola C. Cameron October 3, 1920 - November 3, 2005

Fabiola C. Cameron, 85, of Manchester died November 3, 2005 at Hanover Hill Nursing Home following a period of declining health. Fay was born on October 3, 1920 in Manchester and had been a lifelong resident. She was the daughter of Frederic and Antonia (Fortin) St. Laurent. She had spent most of her of her career working at Waumbec Mills as a cloth inspector and stitcher. She was a former parishioner of St. Theresa Church. Fay loved the ocean...

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Roy Harriman Curtis July 26, 1908 - November 2, 2005

ROY HARRIMAN CURTIS FRANCONIA, NH -- Roy Harriman Curtis, age 97, formerly of Lisbon, passed away on November 2, 2005 at the Lafayette Health Center. Roy was born a son to George L. and Mary (Harriman) Curtis on July 26, 1908, in West Sumner, Maine. He attended schools in Maine. Roy married Geneva Kelsea Gilbert on November 17, 1940. He was a Sergeant in the U. S. Army and served in World War II in North Africa as a cook. Roy and his wife...

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F. John DeSantis, Jr. September 24, 1939 - November 2, 2005

F. John “Jack” DeSantis Jr., 66, of Goffstown died November 2, 2005 at Hillsborough County Nursing Home following a period of declining health. Jack was born on September 24, 1939 in Salem, MA the son of the late Fabio and Norma (White) DeSantis, Sr. He owned and operated Beverly Auto Body in Beverly, MA. and had previously worked for his father at Salem Auto Spring. Jack was a member of Masonic Temple in MA. He was a motorcycle...

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Muriel Lefevre September 25, 1929 - November 2, 2005

MURIEL LEFEVRE LITTLETON, NH Muriel Lefevre, age 76, of Drew Street, passed away on Wednesday, November 2, 2005, at the Littleton Regional Hospital after a sudden illness. Muriel was born on September 25, 1929, a daughter to Fred and Louise (Wilson) Robinson in Haverhill, NH. She was a graduate of Woodsville High School and obtained her nursing degree from St. Johnsbury Vermont Nursing School. Muriel was employed as an OB Nurse at the...

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Alkis Moutsioulis

Alkis Moutsioulis September 12, 1926 - November 2, 2005

Alkis Moutsioulis, 79, of Manchester, died November 2, 2005, at his home. He was born in Greece on September 12, 1926, the son of the late George and Soultana (Tzimourangas) Moutsioulis and imigrated to the U.S.in 1970.He was very proud of his Greek heritage and his U.S. Citizenship. He served as a Sargeant in the Greek Army. Mr. Moutsioulis worked 25 years for Amoskeag Leather in Manchester. He retired in 1992, from Granite State Packing. He...

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Gerald R. Allard

Gerald R. Allard August 30, 1938 - November 1, 2005

Gerald “Gerry” R. Allard, 67, died on November 1, 2005 at his home on Marco Island, Florida. He was born on August 30, 1938 to Edmond L. Allard and Florence Y. (Houde) Allard. He was raised on the West Side of Manchester and graduated from Bishop Bradley High School in 1956, and Admiral Farragut Academy in 1957. Shortly after marrying his true love, Ann V. Sourdif, he graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 1961. Mr....

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Estelle Solomon

Estelle Solomon September 12, 1946 - November 1, 2005

Estelle “Stelle” Solomon, 59, of 54 Alexander Road, died November 1, 2005, at Elliot Hospital. Born in North Carolina September 12, 1946, she was the daughter of Shepard and Roberta (McLeod) McArthur. She attended South Carolina public schools and graduated from Spartanburg Technical College where she was one of the first women to concentrate her studies in the new field of computer programming. During her 38 year career as a...

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Lillian M. Hamel November 5, 1912 - October 31, 2005

Lillian M. (Clement) Hamel, 92, formerly of 519 Bridge Street, died October 31, 2005 at Mt. Carmel Nursing Home. She was born in Manchester on November 5, 1912, the daughter of Joseph and Bernadette (Lacroix) Clement. She was a graduate from Notre Dame School of Nursing, Class of 1933. She had worked for Notre Dame Hospital and was a practicing Registered Nurse for over sixty years. She has resided in California for 20 years, Florida for 15...

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Charlie L. Howe September 16, 1918 - October 31, 2005

CHARLIE L. HOWE OSSIPEE, NH Charlie L. Howe, age 87, passed away at the Mountain View Nursing Home on Monday, October 31, 2005. Charlie was born a son to Ray J. and Ina (Crawford) Howe on September 16, 1918 in Littleton, NH. Charlie was employed as a Mill right at the Gilman Paper Company and later by the State of New Hampshire Forest Fire Service, where he manned a fire tower for several years, which he enjoyed with his passion for nature. ...

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Craig D. Stoklosa February 10, 1973 - October 31, 2005

Craig D. Stoklosa, 33, of 86 School Street, died October 31, 2005 in Manchester. He was born on February 10, 1973, the son of John Stoklosa and Linda (Lacroix) Doherty and had been a resident of the city for most of his life. He attended Goffstown High School and was very active with the Police and Fire Department Explorers program. He had worked as an over road trucker for Hutting Building Products. Family members include his father of MI...

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Sadie Ann Corey November 14, 1913 - October 30, 2005

SADIE ANN (ROMANOS) COREY LITTLETON, NH -- Sadie Ann (Romanos) Corey, age 91, passed away on Sunday, October 30, 2005 at the Littleton Regional Hospital after a brief illness. She was born a daughter to Joseph and Eva (Ziter) Romanos on November 14, 1913 in Fort Kent, Maine. Along with her first husband, Bobby, and her brother-in-law, Joseph, they operated Coreys Market for many years. Bobby was subsequently drafted and died in action in...

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Franklin I. Harmer

Franklin I. Harmer September 30, 1926 - October 30, 2005

Franklin I. “Pappy” Harmer – Manchester, NH Age 79 of Manchester, died October 30th at his home, following a long illness. He was born September 30, 1926 in Bayonne, NJ the Son of Walter and Lillian (Raucher) Harmer. He was raised and educated in Bayonne. He served his country in the U.S. Army during WWII & the Korean War. He was a longtime member of the American Legion, and belonged to Post #79 while living in Manchester. ...

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Roger R. Boisse

Roger R. Boisse March 5, 1925 - October 29, 2005

Roger R. Boisse, 80, of 595 Fairfield Street, died October 29, 2005 at the Elliot Hospital. He was born in Brockton, MA on March 5, 1925, the son of Eugene and Antonio (Daoust) Boisse and had been a Manchester resident for over seventy years. He was a Korean War Army Veteran. He was a machinist for Sanders Associate and retired from BAE Systems as a methods engineer after thirty years of service. He was an avid skeet shooter and was a...

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Doris L. Renshaw September 1, 1939 - October 28, 2005

Doris L. Renshaw, 66, of Manchester died suddenly at home on October 28, 2005. Doris was born on September 1, 1939 in Manchester the daughter of Henri and Lucia (Paquin) Trudeau. She was devoted catholic and had spent the last ten years working at St. Peter’s Home. She was an active parishioner at the former St. Edmunds Church and Parish of the Transfiguration. She was a mass greeter and enjoyed participating in their yearly penny sales....

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Donald J. Guimond

Donald J. Guimond October 11, 1952 - October 25, 2005

Donald J. Guimond – Concord, NH Age 53 of Manchester, died Tuesday October 25th at VNA & Hospice House in Concord. He was born October 11, 1952 in Manchester, the Son of John and Yvonne (Turcotte) Guimond. A life-long resident of Manchester, he was educated at St. Marie’s School in Manchester. He was a long time employee of J. F. McElwain Shoe Company. He had also worked for Prevue Products, Carol Cable and most recently, Kalwell...

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Valerie E. Morency June 17, 1922 - October 25, 2005

Valerie E. Morency, 83, of Manchester died suddenly on October 25, 2005 at Mt. Carmel Nursing Home. Valerie was born on June 17, 1922 in Suncook the daughter of Francois and Marie (Bosse) Gagnon. She had been a Manchester resident most of her adult life. She met and married the late Lucien J. Morency who died in 1988. The couple spent over 45 wonderful years together. They enjoyed motorcycling and throughout the years had taken many road trips...

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Clifton H. Santy October 11, 1934 - October 24, 2005

CLIFTON H. SANTY LANCASTER, NH Clifton H. Santy, age 71, formerly of Lyman, NH, passed away on October 24, 2005 at the Country Village Nursing Home in Lancaster. Clifton was born in Lyman, NH on October 11, 1934, a son to Albert and Grace (Olcott) Santy. He graduated from Lisbon High School. Clifton was raised on his family farm in Lyman, which he acquired from his family and operated for many years. He was a member of the National Grange...

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Gertrude M. Lucas November 10, 1902 - October 22, 2005

Gertrude M. Lucas – Manchester, NH Age 102 of Bedford, died Saturday October 22nd at Mount Carmel Nursing home in Manchester. She was born on November 10, 1902 in Manchester, CT. the Daughter of Frank and Mary ( Plisky) Marks. Mrs. Lucas had been a Bedford resident for the past 14 years. She retired from Southern New England Telephone Company in Hartford, CT after 36 years of service, and was a member of the Pioneers of America. She...

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Ralph W. Skoglund, Jr. November 6, 1942 - October 22, 2005

Ralph W. Skoglund, Jr., 63, of Bedford, died October 22, 2005, at Catholic Medical Center. He was born in Manchester, NH on November 6, 1942, the son of Alice (Cunningham) Skoglund and the late Ralph W. Skoglund, Sr., and had been a lifelong resident of the Bedford and Manchester Communities. He was a graduate of Manchester West High School and NH College of Accounting. Ralph was an Air Force Veteran and was employed for 36 years as General...

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Paul D. Picard August 10, 1950 - October 19, 2005

Paul Picard, 55, of Manchester, NH, died October 19, 2005. He was born in Manchester, NH on August 10, 1950, the son of Robert Jules Picard and Pauline Ann Mary (O'Neil) Senecal and had been a lifelong resident of this area. Paul was a self employed mechanic. He loved fishing, was a member of the British American Association in Manchester and was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. Family members include his wife of...

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Helen M. Loiselle June 6, 1910 - October 18, 2005

Helen M. (Nichols) Loiselle, 95, of 277 Front Street, died October 18, 2005 at the Elliot Hospital. She was born in Manchester on June 26, 1910, the daughter of Forest and Rose (Lefebvre) Nichols and had been a resident of the city for most of her life. She and her husband owned and operated Amoskeag Market for approximately 25 years until their retirement. She was a long-time parishioner of Ste. Marie Church. She was the widow of Alcid...

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Cecile Beliveau

Cecile Beliveau August 3, 1915 - October 16, 2005

Cecile (Hebert) Beliveau – Manchester Age 90 of Manchester, died Sunday October 16th at Villa Crest Nursing Home in Manchester. She was born on August 3, 1915 in Manchester, the daughter of Albert and Albertine (LaFrance) Hebert. She had attended St. Marie School, and was a lifelong resident of the city. Growing up, she was her Father’s “little girl”, and very devoted to her parents. As a young women, she worked...

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Dean S. Fenderson February 5, 1924 - October 16, 2005

Dean S. Fenderson, 81, died October 16, 2005 at Villa Crest Nursing Home in Manchester. Dean was born on February 5, 1924 in Ashland, Maine, the son of Daniel and Bertha (Farwell) Fenderson. He grew up in Maine, worked on the family farm and spent his free time in the woods hunting bird and deer. After graduating from Hartland Academy in Maine, he joined the US Navy where he served his county for four years. Dean was a veteran of World War II...

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Dale R. Hodgman February 6, 1972 - October 15, 2005

Dale R. Hodgman, 33, of 160 Orange Street, Manchester, NH, died October 15, 2005, at his residence after a long illness. He was born in Manchester, NH on February 6, 1972, the son of Donald R. Hodgman and the late Judith (Long) Hodgman and had been a lifelong resident of this area. Dale was a graduate from NH Tech. College. Family members include his son, Trevor Hodgman of Manchester, his father of Manchester, his brother, Derek Hodgman of...

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