Stanetsky Memorial Chapels

475 Washington Street Canton, MA 02021


  • Aaron Jason Welles

    Funeral Director

    Since 2018, Aaron has provided compassionate care to families in the South Shore Jewish community. He earned his degree in mortuary science from Gupton Jones College in 2002. He is proud to be a part of our team, serving as the location manager. He appreciates the opportunity to serve and guide families through one of the most personal times in life.

  • Carl Goldman

    Family Services

    Carl Goldman has been a Massachusetts licensed funeral director since 1988. In 1992, he joined both the Brookline and Canton locations of Stanetsky Memorial Chapels, as well as Stanetsky-Hymanson Memorial Chapel in Vinnin Square. Since 2001, Carl has served thousands of families with advance planning, helping each to make vital decisions long before funeral needs arise. As each family provides their own foresight and thoughtfulness, Carl supplies guidance with the mission to assure none of his families are unprepared or overwhelmed in their time of need. A father of three, he is happily married to Laurie Ann Hymanson, making Carl the fourth generation of the Hymanson family to serve our communities.
  • Kimberly Elizabeth Marthers

    Funeral Director

    Since 2015, Kimberly has provided compassionate and professional care to Canton families in need. She earned her degree in mortuary science from FINE Mortuary College and has worked diligently throughout her career to earn the trust and respect of the Jewish community. She is proud to be a part of our team, providing guidance and insight throughout the funeral and grieving process.

    Kimberly prides herself on service and fully believes that good service does not end at the funeral. She is a strong advocate for Hesed Shel Ha’Met, and believes that relationships are built on dignity and respect. She also devotes a significant amount of time to causes close to her heart, including The Groden Network, Keshet, and The Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation ("KDMF"). She currently serves as a board member for the Rhode Island Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

    Outside of work, Kimberly enjoys spending time with her family, dogs, and traveling.