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Merrimack, New Hampshire Funeral Homes
425 D W Highway
Merrimack, New Hampshire 03054
(603) 424-5530
Merrimack, New Hampshire Obituaries and News
Carol M. Yule February 11, 2017

Carol M. Yule, 76, of Merrimack, NH died Saturday Feb. 4, 2017 at her home surrounded by her family. She was born in New Haven, CT on Dec. 25, 1940, a daughter of the late Howard T. and Mary F. (Evans) Coates. Carol has been a resident of Merrimack since ... (The Cabinet Press)

Obituary: Father Joseph Svirskas, former Haverhill, North Andover pastor February 10, 2017

During these years he also assistant at parishes in the Merrimack Valley and in southern New Hampshire. Immensely proud of his Lithuanian heritage, he served many of his priestly years in Lithuanian parishes. Equally proud of his alumni status at Boston ... (The Boston Pilot)

N.J. Son's Heroin Death: Parents' Painful Obituary Tells All February 03, 2017

Two New Jersey parents penned a painful obituary that recounts their son's heroin addiction, his fatal overdose and what led up to it. Andrew Oswald's big heart stopped beating recently. The New Jersey man was 23 years old and appeared to be back on the ... (Patch)

Obituaries and Death Notices December 31, 2016

1841-46, being principal for a short time of the Mountain Seminary, Worthington, Mass.; was editor of the New Hampshire Statesman, Concord, 1846; principal of Fitchburg (Mass.) Academy, 1847; and of the Barre (Mass.) High School, 1847-49. He edited the ... (genealogytrails.com)

John Stephen Kuliga November 16, 2016

NH. Concord Monitor HOOKSETT – John S. Kuliga, 98, of Hooksett passed away Thursday morning at Community Hospice House in Merrimack. John was born in Manchester, a... Read obituary at Concord Monitor. Union Leader HOOKSETT - John S. Kuliga, 98 ... (obits.dignitymemorial.com)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Foley did my friend Tim Hearn in July 2010 and it was the worst ever . He should have never let the casket be open . he should be ashamed of himself even being a funeral director
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Gadsden, Alabama
My fathers services were as nice as it couldve been with this provider. The employees wore nice suits with white gloves and were meticulous with ushering the family hurriedly through the services and into the waiting cars. My fathers obituary was butchered and when we tried to have it corrected at 8:00 pm after it was published on the website, we were told it was too late and Ms Buggs rudely said she could not send in the correction to the local paper because it would cost money, even though I offered to pay for it. My fathers name is Charles but it read "Clarence" on the obituary. My sons name was misspelled. Other family members names were changed even though we tried do have everything corrected before it went to print, it was unsuccessful. The obituaries that were handed out at the funeral had my fathers name as Clarence too. We weren't allowed to mingle and talk with family and friends who had driven 6 hours or more to pay respect, because they ushered us straight from the cars to our seats, then began the service. I don't care about the nice suits they wore or the limos they allowed us to ride in. My father and my family was disrespected with all the mistakes. It was just too much. I give them 1 star because they did a fine job making my daddy look nice.
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Anaconda, Montana
Driving thru your town on Monday nite I saw your sign and wondered if my Grandfather Leo Martin Finnegan Sr who was a funeral director in Minot North Dakota in the 1920s to the late 1940s is possibily related to the person behind the Finnegan name. My Grandfather was from Minnesota and was traveling to I believe Cutbank to work but got off the train in Minot saw my Grandmother and never left. My Mother is 89 and when I told her she wanted me to check as she is the last member of her family.You can contact me by email @ duddlebug322@msn.com if this is a possability. Thank you for your time. Sincerely, Judy Steinhadt daughter of Margaret Ellen Finnegan Penne
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Cedarville, Ohio
My mother Imogene Watson was at your Funeral Home I had ask for you all not to make her up leave her as she was. She weighed about 58lbs when she passed and you all done her up to make her look as if she was healthy as could be. I had ask that out of you so my sister in Florida could see her the way she was when she passed. I was very disappointed in her Funeral. Things were done your way not the way the family had ask you to do it.
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Northport, Alabama
HiCosin u all keep u the fine job u all keep in touch k love u all
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