The Gilman and Valade Funeral Home is proud to present an official replica of President Abraham Lincoln’s casket. Please watch this news release.
The Thompson Business Association is reaching out to its members, Thompson area businesses, and their employees to join in a very special opportunity to network. “Wind down Wednesday!” is presented as a community event by the Thompson Business Association, in partnership with The Faraway Café, Gilman and Valade Funeral Homes & Crematory, and the Thompson… Read More »
Three popular area bands performed on Saturday, January 19, 2019, as the feature of a benefit for the Danielson Veterans Coffee House. The program was a complete success and took place at The Raceway Restaurant in Thompson. This was put on by The Real Wives of Windham County. The evening highlighted the ageless “Great Garage… Read More »
The staff at Gilman and Valade Funeral Homes in Putnam, Connecticut are starting 2015 on the right foot…Literally. They have challenge the office staff at Mooney Keehley Printers, a specialty printing company in Rochester, New York that manufactures and prints custom funeral stationary, to a Fit Bit Step contest. Fit Bit is a personal pedometer… Read More »
You’re invited to the Park Tribute Center Open House from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm on Sunday, November 9, 2014. Our staff will be giving tours and answering questions about cremation and burial in our transparent environment. Please join us for a unique experience at Windham County’s first and only crematorium.
The Gilman & Valade Funeral Home staff attended the Rhode Island Funeral Directors Clam Bake on Thursday, July 10, 2014 in Middletown, Rhode Island. From left to right, Catherine Jaworski, Bob Fournier, Bill Juzwic, Bob Richards, John Casey, Charlie Panu, Bob LeBeau, Moe Coderre, and Mike Coderre.
The Putnam Rotary Club awarded the prestigious Paul Harris Award to three local citizens; Allan Rawson, Thomas Borner and Robert Fournier.