Anctil-Rochette & Son Funeral
Funeral Services in Nashua, NH
It is very important, in all cases, to choose a funeral home and a funeral manager you can have faith in. The time surrounding the death of a loved one is difficult, and the most important job of any funeral manager should be to make that difficult time a little easier. Choosing an expert funeral manager that deals with every family and every request with compassion and understanding may be the most important range a family has to make.
Anctil-Rochette & Son Funeral
read moreThe loss of a loved one can leave you with a lot of unanswered questions, feelings of stress and anxiety and grief that makes events difficult to handle. The experienced funeral directors at Rochette Funeral Home & Cremation Services will guide you through the aspects of the funeral service with compassion, dignity and respect. Our staff of dedicated professionals is available to assist you in making funeral service arrangements. From casket choices to funeral flowers, the funeral directors at Rochette Funeral Home & Cremation Services provide individualized funeral services designed to meet the needs of each family.
read moreExtra limousine and driver - Cost will vary depending on times, distance and style of car. If you want to arrange a direct cremation, you can use an alternative container. Alternative containers encase the body and can be made of materials like fiberboard or composition materials. The container we provide, which is required by state law, has a wooden base and a cardboard top. Our general credit policy is that the entire funeral amount is due and payable prior to services being rendered. We accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
read moreUse this form to provide us with as much or as little detail as you wish. At a minimum, provide us with your name and telephone number and tell us how you'd like us to work with you on the remaining information using the options at the base of the form.
Veterans Burial Flags
read moreA United States flag is provided, at no cost, to drape the casket or accompany the urn of a deceased veteran who served honorably in the U. S. Armed Forces. It is furnished to honor the memory of a veteran's military service to his or her country. Generally, the flag is given to the next-of-kin, as a keepsake, after its use during the funeral service. When there is no next-of-kin, VA will furnish the flag to a friend making request for it. For those VA national cemeteries with an Avenue of Flags, families of veterans buried in these national cemeteries may donate the burial flags of their loved ones to be flown on patriotic holidays.
read moreThe Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) furnishes upon request, at no charge to the applicant, a Government headstone or marker for the unmarked grave of any deceased eligible veteran in any cemetery around the world, regardless of their date of death. For eligible veterans that died on or after Nov. 1, 1990, VA may also provide a headstone or marker for graves that are already marked with a private headstone or marker. When the grave is already marked, applicants will have the option to apply for either a traditional headstone or marker, or a new device (available spring 2009).
read moreOur staff is comprised of dedicated and licensed professionals with the experience to answer all your questions regarding our services. Please feel free to contact any of our staff members at any time. Eric was born in Nashua and moved to Laconia, NH. In 1981, Eric and his family moved back to Nashua when his father, Paul Rochette, purchased the Anctil Funeral Home. Now the Anctil-Rochette & Son Funeral Home, Eric worked alongside his father for over 28 years. Eric purchased the funeral home from his father in 2015.
read moreFunerals fill an important role for those mourning the loss of a loved one. By providing surviving family and friends with an atmosphere of care and support in which to share thoughts and feelings about death, funerals are the first step in the healing process. It is the traditional way to recognize the finality of death. Funerals are recognized rituals for the living to show their respect for the dead and to help survivors begin the grieving process. If you request immediate assistance, yes. If the family wishes to spend a short time with the deceased to say good-bye, that's perfectly acceptable.
read moreThe basic Military Funeral Honors (MFH) ceremony consists of the folding and presentation of the United States flag to the veterans' family and the playing of Taps. The ceremony is performed by a funeral honors detail consisting of at least two members of the Armed Forces. The Funeral Honors rendered to you or your veteran will be determined by the status of the veteran. The type of Funeral Honors may be Full Military Honors, 7 Person Detail or a Standard Honors Team Detail. At least one of the funeral honors detail will be from the Armed Force in which the deceased veteran served.