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Meet our arrangers: Aeriel and Kelley - Cremation Society of New Hampshire

Meet our arrangers: Aeriel and Kelley

Aeriel Cardillo and Kelley Molloy joined the CSNH family of funeral directors this winter. Both Aeriel and Kelley knew early on that they wanted careers in the end-of-life field – and both encourage loved ones to think about funeral pre-planning. “I don’t tell them to plan ahead just because I work at CSNH,” Kelley said. Read more

Meet our Arrangers: Kade Stewart - Cremation Society of New Hampshire

Meet our Arrangers: Kade Stewart

Kade Stewart Kade Stewart has helped New England families with end of life planning and arrangements for over 15 years, though he’s relatively new to CSNH. Kade was inspired to go into the death care industry while living in Japan. He met his future wife when he was 10, and she was a Japanese exchangeRead more

Sending cremated remains to space - Cremation Society of New Hampshire

Sending cremated remains to space

We occasionally share cremation remains ideas – such as using cremated remains in artwork or turned into jewelry – but if you have loftier plans, perhaps you’d be interested in sending your cremated remains to space. Yes, there are those who desire their remains scattered at a special place that had special meaning for themRead more

Scholarships Now Available for Mortuary Students - Cremation Society of New Hampshire

Scholarships Now Available for Mortuary Students

Scholarships for mortuary science students attending a New England mortuary college are now available from the non-profit Phaneuf Family Foundation. “I am excited to support the next generation of funeral directors,” said Arthur O. “Buddy” Phaneuf, President of the Cremation Society of New Hampshire. Phaneuf also serves as a trustee and Chairman of the BoardRead more

How to scatter cremated remains - Cremation Society of New Hampshire

How to scatter cremated remains

There is no right or wrong way to scatter cremated remains. The best conclusion to this journey is something that feels good and meaningful to you, honors your grieving process and respects your loved one’s wishes. If you’ve decided to scatter a loved one’s remains, there are a couple questions to answer that might helpRead more

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