History & Staff

We have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.

Our History

Our History

Being a family owned, three generation business is important to us here at the Dumont-Sullivan Funeral Home. This emphasis was set from it's beginning in 1949 when Leo A. Dumont, Sr. founded the funeral home with a credo of Trust, Respect, and Personal Care.

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Leo, Sr. an alumnus of Nashua High School, served in World war II as a Staff Sergeant in the Army Medical Corps from 1942-1945. Upon his return home, he went to Boston, MA and attended New England Institute of Anatomy and Mortuary Science (NEI) where he received his diploma in Funeral Directing and Embalming. In 1949, at his residence on Ferry St., in Hudson, NH he constructed a funeral home. The Leo A. Dumont Funeral Home proved to be a personal success as well as a success to the community. In 1967 another Leo A. Dumont Funeral Home was established on Kinsley St., in Nashua, NH. It would remain there until 1978.

Many changes took place between 1972-1979. With confidence and support from his wife Theresa, an addition was built to the Ferry St. location. The Nashua location was sold and the Sullivan Brothers Funeral Home on Spring St. in Nashua was purchased. With this new venture brought about needed help. Who better then Leo, Sr.'s son. Leo A. Dumont, Jr. a graduate of Alvirne High School and 1967 graduate of NEI, joined with his father in 1969. The two worked hand in hand for many years together.

The 1980's and 90's brought about even more changes to the funeral homes. The construction of a new County Court House in Nashua forced yet another move for the Nashua funeral home. A new location of 370 Main St. was found. Renovations of a former boarding house began and a new combined name for both the Hudson and Nashua homes was erected. The Dumont-Sullivan Funeral Homes, now with one combined name, continues to have two convenient locations to better serve the community.As the new millennium came, Leo A. Dumont III opted to join the family business. He is a 1993 graduate of Bishop Guertin High School, a 1997 graduate of St. Joseph's College, and a 2000 graduate of NEI. With the passing of Leo., Sr. in 2000 and the new perspectives of Leo III, a major renovation and construction project took place at the Hudson facility. In 2003, changes to the facility allowed for families to relax in the comfort of a lounge area and we introduced the areas first children's room and DVD Tribute program.

The most recent update to our Hudson facility is the introduction of the areas first funeral home cafè. In 2015, we converted nearly 700 square feet into an area where friends and family can enjoy the comforts of a cup of coffee, a wide variety of cold beverages, and snacks during visitation hours and services in the funeral home. We even added a charging station to charge wireless devices. We want our families and guests to be as comfortable as they possibly can during such a difficult time. However, with all that has changed since 1949, one thing remains the same; the code of Trust, Respect, and Personal Care.

  • Leo A. Dumont Jr.

    Leo A. Dumont Jr., Licensed Funeral Director & Embalmer

    Leo Jr., was born and raised in the Hudson and Nashua area. He is a graduate of Alvirne High School and attended William Penn College and Keene State College. Leo, Jr. graduated from New England Institute (NEI) in Boston where he received his degree in Embalming and Funeral Directing. He joined his father in the family funeral home in 1969. He resides in Hudson with his wife Betty (Georges), whom he married in 1968. They have two children; a daughter Lisa (Dumont) Toohey of Hudson and a son; Leo A. Dumont III, who also resides in Hudson. Leo, Jr. is active with the C.H.I.P.S program in Hudson, of which he is a founding member. In 2005, he was selected as the Hudson Citizen of the Year by the Hudson Chamber of Commerce. He enjoys spending time with his five grandchildren and wintering in Florida with his wife. He holds membership in the NFDA and the NHFDA and is a CFSP (Certified Funeral Service Professional).

  • Leo A. Dumont III

    Leo A. Dumont III, Licensed Funeral Director & Embalmer

    Leo III is a lifelong resident of Hudson. He is a graduate of Bishop Guertin High School and attended St. Joseph’s College where he received BA’s in English and psychology. After serving his apprenticeship with the family funeral home, he attended New England Institute (NEI) where he earned an Associate’s Degree in Funeral Service. While attending NEI, Leo III and other students had the privilege to travel to the countries of England and Scotland. While there, they learned about the cultural aspects of funerals and how they differ from those in the United States. Leo III previously assisted in coaching basketball at his former high school, where he has also been a guest speaker to religion classes on the topics of death and dying. He and his wife, Tracie, are proud parents of twin sons Alexander and Brady, a daughter Lola, and a son Kyle. He coaches lacrosse and basketball at Presentation of Mary Academy (PMA) in Hudson. Leo is a member of the Nashua Country Club. He also holds membership with the NFDA and NHFDA.

  • Fred Conti

    Fred Conti, Associate

    Fred has been with the funeral home for over 25 years. He handles transfers from the place of passing, visitation times in the funeral home, and funerals. As a retired Lieutenant with the Nashua Fire Department, Fred has a passion for helping people. In the summer months he is an avid golfer and enjoys riding his Harley-Davidson. Come winter, Fred volunteers with the Adaptive Skiing Program on Mount Sunapee. He has two grandchildren that are the lights of his life.

  • Chris Berube

    Chris Berube, Associate

    Chris has been with the funeral home for several years. His friendly smile can be found greeting people at visitations as well as on transfers and funerals. In his free time, Chris enjoys camping throughout New Hampshire and Maine as well as kayaking the many local rivers and ponds.