Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium has made a new partner and it is Eterneva, a company that considers itself to be in the grief wellness business. These two entities focus on thinking out-of-the-box when it comes to the grief wellness industry. These partners will work with families in Vermont and New Hampshire to make the journey of grieving as personal as possible and will help to create a new memorial structure.
This new partnership is considered to be a game-changer in the grief wellness industry as crematoriums and funeral homes are trying to be more progressive when it comes to remembering life in this era of the international pandemic. The main goal is to have a more soulful approach to honor their friends and loved ones. They want to focus on how they lived, not how they died.
Adelle Archer, co-starter and CEO of Eterneva, believes that Phaneuf Funeral Homes is one of the most forward-thinking and progressive funeral homes in the funeral space. Her company is honored to be a partner with this entity. They want to serve their grieving clients in the best way possible. The companies in this partnership will work to make that the lives of the families and friends will be well taken care of on their grief journey.
This is not Enterneva’s first partnership with a funeral home. They recently teamed up with Schoedinger Funeral Home and Cremation in Columbus, Ohio. Eterneva is considered to be an advocate of science and transparency at the forefront of their funeral services. This company uses an 8-month process to turn biocarbon that is extracted from human ashes into honor diamonds. Their process has been approved by scientists.
Arthur O. Phaneuf, the leader of Phaneuf Homes and Crematorium, is very excited about his new relationship with this grief wellness company. This company has a lot of experience with customer engagement and they like Phaneuf’s commitment to new levels of customer service. He thinks that the partnership will bring a new, exciting memorial choice to his clients.
This partnership should be successful it has a lot of synergies. Learn more: https://www.statesman.com/business/20200716/austinrsquos-eterneva-which-makes-diamonds-from-cremated-ashes-raises-3-million-for-expansion