McHugh Funeral Home

283 Hanover Street, Manchester, NH


Dorothy Ethel Anthony

April 29, 1928February 1, 2017

Arrangements under the direction of McHugh Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Manchester, NH.


Dorothy Ethel Anthony

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Susan Arnold

February 8, 2017

John and Elaine, Sue and Mary Jo, and all your extended families, our heartfelt condolences on Dot's passing. Dot was a "hoot," and we will miss her sense of humor and her delightful presence at our communal family gatherings. With love, Jeff and Susan Arnold


February 7, 2017


Miranda Allen

February 6, 2017

What to say about Gram.. There are no words that I can say that would possibly do her justice . She was the most poised, elegant, and graceful lady. She was the wind beneath my wings pushing my to be the best and strongest that I could be..I am the woman I am because of her and of course my mother.
I will forever hold her words of wisdom and keep her loving hands close to my heart. I can't bare to say goodbye to you so for now I will just say see you soon and will one day place another game of cribbage <3

Gary Allen

February 5, 2017

Patti Dulac

February 5, 2017

John, Sue, MaryJo & families. Our deepest condolences in the loss of your mom. Aunt Dot was a great lady. She and your Dad helped us out a great deal when we had sold our home and were in the midst of purchasing another in Manchester. We didn't have anywhere to live until the new home was ready and they both graciously offered up the use of their home to us while they were in Florida. Funny how things work out, that we ended up in Florida. I remember in later years Mom and Aunt Dot visiting with each other after both were widows - it was humorous to watch the two of them and the disagreements they would get into over the smallest things. We wish you comfort and peace in the days to come and know you will be in our thoughts. Keep the memories of your mom close and know that she is now with your Dad. Love Patti & Bob Dulac.

Lynda Pelletier

February 4, 2017

My thoughts and prayers to my cousins, your Mom was truly a great lady. Not only was she your Mom but she and your father were my absolute favorite Aunt and Uncle. Dot gave me my first pair of heels (of course they were Hers) they were white and black. I think I wore them forever. They were always there for us but I think I spent special time with them. In recent years Dot and I would go to lunch together, I wish we had more time to do that, I am definitely going to miss that. I loved watching you and Joe dance, it was so magical. I loved you both and I will continue to love you forever.


February 4, 2017

So sorry for your loss. Dot and I were chums when in our teens when she lived on No. River Rd. and I lived on North Union St.
Dorothy Campbell Reynolds

John & Diane Corsetti

February 4, 2017

Maryjo and Family,
Our deepest condolences, may you find peace during this difficult time in all your wonderful memories of your mom. And may she rest in peace, once again in your fathers arms!

Tricia LaCombe

February 4, 2017

My heartfelt condolences to the entire family.

Love to you especially Mr A (John)

Gary Allen

February 3, 2017