The Grondin Family has been providing Rochester area families with the very finest in funeral services since 1922. That is over 82 years of continuous, dedicated and compassionate service to residents of our community, and all surrounding areas.
When Henry J. Grondin established our funeral home over 8 decades ago, it was his goal to provide area families with the finest services available. He truly cared about those he served, and was always available to help anyone in need. He was dedicated to excellence in funeral service, and was always looking at ways to improve his services to the community.
It's the same philosophy adopted by his son, Paul R. Grondin, Sr., who joined the firm in 1946, and today, by his grandson, Paul R. Grondin, Jr., the third generation to operate the business. Along with a caring and dedicated staff, we continue to honor the memory of our founder in offering the finest funeral services in New Hampshire!
The Grondin Family and staff are proud to serve families of all faiths and traditions. Our professional and fully licensed-staff has many years of funeral service experience. And when it comes to funerals, experience does make a big difference! Our mission is to honor the memory of those we serve, while working hard to help bring comfort to those who are left behind. We're known for our attention to detail, and for the many little extra things we do to help ease your burden during these most difficult of times.
For those desiring complete traditional funerals, we offer a warm and comfortable home, excellent for both large and small family gatherings and services. For those seeking simplicity and economy, we offer many options to choose from, in services and merchandise, to match your family's particular needs and budget...all at very competitive prices.
No matter what your desires may be, The Grondin Family and staff are always available to serve you and your family. Whether it's answering your questions, or helping you plan ahead, we're here to serve you. Expect the very best service you'll find anywhere...Henry J. Grondin wouldn't have it any other way.