Our staff is comprised of dedicated and licensed professionals with the experience to answer all your questions regarding our services. Please feel free to contact any of our staff members at any time.
As of October of 2012 Julie Thibault is Jellison Funeral Home's newest owner. She is a graduate of ConVal High School and has a degree from Franklin Pierce University in psychology. Prior to joining Jellison, Julie worked as a social worker and for a large publishing company. She is currently licensed as a Funeral Director and Embalmer in New Hampshire. Thibault lives in Peterborough with her husband, Paul, and two children, Ryan and Rebecca.
Traci was raised in Londonderry. She graduated from the New England Institute at Mount Ida College in 2011 with a BA in Bereavement Studies and Funeral Service. Prior to that, she obtained her BA in Psychology from Southern New Hampshire University. Traci began working for Jellison Funeral Home in 2012 and became a NH licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer in August of 2013. Traci brings a wealth of knowledge and compassion to the funeral home. She was a member the Greenerborough committee and served on the Board of Directors for the Peterborough Chamber of Commerce. Traci currently lives with her two rescue dogs, Bone and Moose. When she is not working she can be found enjoying the outdoors, hiking or kayaking. She and Bone are working on completing the 48 mountains in NH that are 4,000 feet and higher with their best friend. She also enjoys painting, yoga and spending time with her family and close friends.
Dan Keaveny brings more than 50 years of experience in funeral service to the residents of the Greater Peterborough Region. As a youth in then small-town Fitchburg, Massachusets, in the late 1950's, Dan was introduced to the funeral business by his best friend's father, Mr. Harold Root, who owned and operated a local, neighborhood funeral home. Dan was impressed by the compassion and care he saw Mr. Root give to his neighbors and friends during their time of need. He realized that funeral home directors offer the community a very special and caring service, and he decided to dedicate his life to serving others as a funeral director.