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, 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 (Melchionne) 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.
Kade N. Stewart, Licensed Funeral Director & Embalmer
Kade Stewart was born in rural Utah and raised mainly in Southern Idaho. He received his High School diploma from Pocatello High School in Pocatello Idaho and an honorary diploma from Tohoku High School in Sendai, Japan. He completed four years at Idaho State University and then went on to Graduate from the Mortuary Science Program at Mt. Hood College in Oregon. He has spent a great portion of his adult life in Japan and that, ironically, was where he was first introduced to the American funeral profession. Kade resides in Hudson with his wife Tomomi (Kameyama) Stewart and is active in his church and local events. He and Tomomi are the proud parents of four sons and a daughter. He is a member of the NFDA and the NHFDA.