Since 1961 Robert has provided compassionate care to the families in the Monadnock Region. Bob graduated from the New England Institute of Mortuary Science in 1964 and is proud to be part of the Dignity Memorial® team, guiding you through one of the most personal times in life. When Bob is not serving families, he is very active in the community serving as an usher and Eucharistic minister at his church, as a captain in the City of Keene Fire Department since 1961 and as a special deputy sheriff. He is also active in many community organizations and programs.
Susan A Simonds
Since the 1990s Susan has fulfilled her passion for assisting families with creating funeral services that celebrate life. She graduated from Mount Ida College with a degree in funeral service and is a certified funeral celebrant and preplanning consultant. While she knows she cannot make the pain go away, Susan hopes to stir the special memories held within the heart of each family member, making the journey easier for all.
A native of the area, Susan prides herself in knowing many within her community. She has served as president of the Swanzey Lions Club and is a current member of the Keene Elm City Rotary. She is also active in the Chamber of Commerce’s Before and After Hours events.
Susan's favorite pastime is creating special memories with her family. She is an avid golfer and enjoys skiing and relaxing at the beach.
Linda L Diluzio
Linda has been the office manager at the Foley Funeral Home since January 1971 and has served families in the Monadnock Region with the utmost professionalism and compassion for over four decades. She is proud and honored to be part of the Dignity Memorial® team.
When she is not at the funeral home you can find Linda enjoying her hobbies—gardening and crocheting—or actively participating in community events and organizations. Very active at her church, she serves as a Eucharistic minister. She is also an active member and treasurer of the St. Anne Sodality, a co-chairperson for the annual Christmas Bazaar and is involved in the "back-to-school" project and the annual Christmas program.
Cassandra Erlene Mckinney
Cassandra has been a member of the Foley Funeral Home team since the late 2000s, moving to the Monadnock region from the Tennessee Valley. She is a 2006 graduate of John A. Gupton Mortuary College in Nashville. As a member of the staff, Cassandra is honored to provide compassionate care to families in our community.
Cassandra is president of the National Federation of the Blind of New Hampshire and an advocate for the blind, both in New Hampshire and throughout the nation.
Cassandra and her husband are both devoted parents to their son.
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