With over 95 years of experience, we have served our families with truly personal and professional care. Our success is simple: provide families in their time of need with compassionate and fair service. Upon a foundation of dedication, we have built a tradition which we proudly share with those families that honor us by selecting our services. Our motto of "Dignity and Caring For a Special Time For Four Generations" is the basis of the professionalism that Anthony Terrien began in our family, when he established A.L. Terrien Funeral Home in 1919. Today, the staff of Brady & Levesque strives to continue the funeral customs of our forefathers, as well as meet the needs of the families we serve well into the 21st Century. In the historic Houghton House, we have maintained all the comforts of this colonial home to make our facilities feel like the comfort of your home. We have transportation to or from anywhere in the world, so no matter where someone may be, we can always bring them home. We are proud members of the Vermont Funeral Directors and Embalmers Association, the National Funeral Directors Association, and the Funeral Service Professional Association. Most of all, we are a family serving families. We understand how reassuring it is to have someone trustworthy and reliable during those difficult hours, and our commitment to providing that stability is unwavering. We thank those families that have relied on our strength, and we welcome with open arms those who have yet to experience our care.