DAVID W. BADGER, Funeral Director

David W. Badger, a Littleton native and third generation funeral director, has owned and operated the Badger Family Funeral Homes in Littleton and Groton from 1977 until his retirement in 2016.  He was Past President of the Littleton Lions Club, a member of the American Legion and served as the Town of Littleton Cemetery Commissioner for 33 years. He is also a member of the A.F. & A.M Tahattawan Masonic Lodge in Littleton.  David lives in Littleton with his wife Barbara and remains active in the community.

 

 

GLENN D. BURLAMACHI, Owner, Funeral Director
Mass. License 7582 - Type 3

Glenn D. Burlamachi, CFSP, has owned and operated the Badger Funeral Home since 2016, Fowler-Kennedy Funeral Home in Maynard since 2013, and Concord Funeral Home since 2004.

Glenn’s professional and business development experience has allowed him to qualify his role as both funeral director and business leader in the greater Concord - Littleton - Groton community. Prior to purchasing the funeral home, Glenn owned and operated several companies before following his life-long goal of becoming a licensed funeral director.

In addition, Glenn completed the educational and training program at the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice to become a Certified Funeral Service Practitioner.

Glenn earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management and Accounting from Green Mountain College in Vermont.  He also earned an Associates Degree in Mortuary Science from FINE Mortuary College in Norwood. Following graduation Glenn worked as an adjunct instructor in both Business and Funeral Directing courses for eight years.

 

MARISSA A. SENEE, Funeral Director
Mass. License 51045 - Type 6
Marissa A. Senee has been with the Badger Funeral Home since 2014.  Marissa received her Type 6 funeral director and embalmer’s license after completing the National Board Examination for Funeral Service as well as the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Examination for licensure in funeral directing and embalming. Marissa also served as a licensed apprentice with the Badger Funeral Home.

She graduated Cum Laude from Mt. Ida College in Newton earning an Associate’s Degree in Funeral Service. Marissa was inducted into Pi Sigma Eta, the National Honor Society for funeral service professional.  She is also a member of the National Funeral Directors Association and the Massachusetts Funeral Directors Association.

Marissa and her fiancé Josh Jenness reside above the Badger Funeral Home Littleton location with their dogs, Kyra, Oscar and their cat Gilligan.

 

GLEN D. HALL, Registered Apprentice
Mass. License #2981
Glen D. Hall has worked as a registered apprentice for the Concord Funeral Home since 2013 and with the Badger Funeral Homes since October 2016. Glen graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2005 earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science, he later enrolled at Mt. Ida College’s Funeral Service program in Newton, Massachusetts.  A dedicated funeral professional, Glen assists with the daily operations of the funeral homes and looks forward to completing his funeral education and licensure in 2018.  He lives in Littleton and enjoys hiking, skiing and riding his motorcycle.  In 2016 following a four-year battle with congestive heart failure, Glen successfully received a heart transplant at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. His story is an inspiration to many.

 

 

 

 

OUR HISTORY

Badger Funeral Home was founded in Groton, Massachusetts by Harris L. Badger in 1921.  His son William A. Badger continued the business and in 1954 opened the Littleton, Massachusetts location. His son David W. Badger continued to operate this third generation family owned business until his retirement in 2016 when he sold the business to licensed Funeral Director Glenn D. Burlamachi.

 

 

 

 

OUR SERVICE PLEDGE

Our pledge is to provide you and your family with meaningful, dignified funeral service arrangements with a paramount commitment to the highest quality standards of professionalism and personal integrity in all aspects of our conduct and operation.

 

Our Concern is for you

For many people, the realization of the loss of a loved one begins with the funeral process. The value of the funeral process can be considered in the following ways:

• It recognizes the value of the life that has been lived and provides a dignified remembrance.

• It provides an opportunity for families, friends and community to share their feelings.

• It provides a psychological awareness of the reality and finality of death.

Our role here at the funeral home can be thought of in the following ways:

• Dignified caregiver to the deceased and sensitive server to the living.

• Empathetic listener and responsible community contributory.

• Guidance and information provider.

Our funeral home periodically provides or can refer you to helpful programs:

Grief Recovery - Explaining Death to Children - Estate Planning - Pre-Arranging the Funeral

Badger Funeral Home

347 King Street, Littleton, MA 01460

45 School Street, Groton, MA 01450

Call: (978) 486-3709
Email: director@badgerfuneral.com

 

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DAVID W. BADGER

Funeral Director

David W. Badger, a Littleton native and third generation funeral director, has owned and operated the Badger Family Funeral Homes in Littleton and Groton from 1977 until his retirement in 2016.  He was Past President of the Littleton Lions Club, a member of the American Legion and served as the Town of Littleton Cemetery Commissioner for 33 years. He is also a member of the A.F. & A.M Tahattawan Masonic Lodge in Littleton.  David lives in Littleton with his wife Barbara and remains active in the community.

 

 

GLENN D. BURLAMACHI
Owner, Funeral Director
Mass. License 7582 - Type 3

Glenn D. Burlamachi, CFSP, has owned and operated the Badger Funeral Home since 2016, Fowler-Kennedy Funeral Home in Maynard since 2013, and Concord Funeral Home since 2004.

Glenn’s professional and business development experience has allowed him to qualify his role as both funeral director and business leader in the greater Concord - Littleton - Groton community. Prior to purchasing the funeral home, Glenn owned and operated several companies before following his life-long goal of becoming a licensed funeral director.

In addition, Glenn completed the educational and training program at the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice to become a Certified Funeral Service Practitioner.

Glenn earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management and Accounting from Green Mountain College in Vermont.  He also earned an Associates Degree in Mortuary Science from FINE Mortuary College in Norwood. Following graduation Glenn worked as an adjunct instructor in both Business and Funeral Directing courses for eight years.

 


MARISSA A. SENEE
Funeral Director

Mass. License 51045 - Type 6

Marissa A. Senee has been with the Badger Funeral Home since 2014.  Marissa received her Type 6 funeral director and embalmer’s license after completing the National Board Examination for Funeral Service as well as the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Examination for licensure in funeral directing and embalming. Marissa also served as a licensed apprentice with the Badger Funeral Home.

She graduated Cum Laude from Mt. Ida College in Newton earning an Associate’s Degree in Funeral Service. Marissa was inducted into Pi Sigma Eta, the National Honor Society for funeral service professional.  She is also a member of the National Funeral Directors Association and the Massachusetts Funeral Directors Association.

Marissa and her fiancé Josh Jenness reside above the Badger Funeral Home Littleton location with their dogs, Kyra, Oscar and their cat Gilligan.

 

GLEN D. HALL
Registered Apprentice

Mass. License 2981

Glen D. Hall has worked as a registered apprentice for the Concord Funeral Home since 2013 and with the Badger Funeral Homes since October 2016. Glen graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2005 earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science, he later enrolled at Mt. Ida College’s Funeral Service program in Newton, Massachusetts.  A dedicated funeral professional, Glen assists with the daily operations of the funeral homes and looks forward to completing his funeral education and licensure in 2018.  He lives in Littleton and enjoys hiking, skiing and riding his motorcycle.  In 2016 following a four-year battle with congestive heart failure, Glen successfully received a heart transplant at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. His story is an inspiration to many.

 

 

OUR HISTORY

Badger Funeral Home was founded in Groton, Massachusetts by Harris L. Badger in 1921.  His son William A. Badger continued the business and in 1954 opened the Littleton, Massachusetts location. His son David W. Badger continued to operate this third generation family owned business until his retirement in 2016 when he sold the business to licensed Funeral Director Glenn Burlamachi.

 

OUR SERVICE PLEDGE

Our pledge is to provide you and your family with meaningful, dignified funeral service arrangements with a paramount commitment to the highest quality standards of professionalism and personal integrity in all aspects of our conduct and operation.

 

Our Concern is for you

For many people, the realization of the loss of a loved one begins with the funeral process. The value of the funeral process can be considered in the following ways:

• It recognizes the value of the life that has been lived and provides a dignified remembrance.

• It provides an opportunity for families, friends and community to share their feelings.

• It provides a psychological awareness of the reality and finality of death.

Our role here at the funeral home can be thought of in the following ways:

• Dignified caregiver to the deceased and sensitive server to the living.

• Empathetic listener and responsible community contributory.

• Guidance and information provider.

Our funeral home periodically provides or can refer you to helpful programs:

Grief Recovery - Explaining Death to Children - Estate Planning - Pre-Arranging the Funeral

DAVID W. BADGER

Funeral Director

David W. Badger, a Littleton native and third generation funeral director, has owned and operated the Badger Family Funeral Homes in Littleton and Groton from 1977 until his retirement in 2016.  He was Past President of the Littleton Lions Club, a member of the American Legion and served as the Town of Littleton Cemetery Commissioner for 33 years. He is also a member of the A.F. & A.M Tahattawan Masonic Lodge in Littleton.  David lives in Littleton with his wife Barbara and remains active in the community.

 

GLENN D. BURLAMACHI, Owner, Funeral Director
Mass. License 7582 - Type 3

Glenn D. Burlamachi, CFSP, has owned and operated the Badger Funeral Home since 2016, Fowler-Kennedy Funeral Home in Maynard since 2013, and Concord Funeral Home since 2004.

Glenn’s professional and business development experience has allowed him to qualify his role as both funeral director and business leader in the greater Concord - Littleton - Groton community. Prior to purchasing the funeral home, Glenn owned and operated several companies before following his life-long goal of becoming a licensed funeral director.

In addition, Glenn completed the educational and training program at the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice to become a Certified Funeral Service Practitioner.

Glenn earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management and Accounting from Green Mountain College in Vermont.  He also earned an Associates Degree in Mortuary Science from FINE Mortuary College in Norwood. Following graduation Glenn worked as an adjunct instructor in both Business and Funeral Directing courses for eight years.


MARISSA A. SENEE
Funeral Director

Mass. License 51045 - Type 6

Marissa A. Senee has been with the Badger Funeral Home since 2014.  Marissa received her Type 6 funeral director and embalmer’s license after completing the National Board Examination for Funeral Service as well as the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Examination for licensure in funeral directing and embalming. Marissa also served as a licensed apprentice with the Badger Funeral Home.

She graduated Cum Laude from Mt. Ida College in Newton earning an Associate’s Degree in Funeral Service. Marissa was inducted into Pi Sigma Eta, the National Honor Society for funeral service professional.  She is also a member of the National Funeral Directors Association and the Massachusetts Funeral Directors Association.

Marissa and her fiancé Josh Jenness reside above the Badger Funeral Home Littleton location with their dogs, Kyra, Oscar and their cat Gilligan.

 


GLEN D. HALL
Registered Apprentise

Mass. License 2981

Glen D. Hall has worked as a registered apprentice for the Concord Funeral Home since 2013 and with the Badger Funeral Homes since October 2016. Glen graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2005 earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science, he later enrolled at Mt. Ida College’s Funeral Service program in Newton, Massachusetts.  A dedicated funeral professional, Glen assists with the daily operations of the funeral homes and looks forward to completing his funeral education and licensure in 2018.  He lives in Littleton and enjoys hiking, skiing and riding his motorcycle.  In 2016 following a four-year battle with congestive heart failure, Glen successfully received a heart transplant at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. His story is an inspiration to many.

 

 

 

 

 

 

OUR HISTORY

Badger Funeral Home was founded in Groton, Massachusetts by Harris L. Badger in 1921.  His son William A. Badger continued the business and in 1954 opened the Littleton, Massachusetts location. His son David W. Badger continued to operate this third generation family owned business until his retirement in 2016 when he sold the business to licensed Funeral Director Glenn Burlamachi.