David George Udelsman

  • Born: July 16, 1964
  • Died: December 17, 2020
  • Location: Hollis, New Hampshire

Phaneuf Funeral Homes & Crematorium - Coolidge Ave.

250 Coolidge Ave
Manchester, NH 03102

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Tel. (603) 625-5777

Tribute & Message From The Family


David George Udelsman, 56, of Hollis, passed away at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston on December 17, 2020.

He was born in Washington Township, NJ on July 16, 1964, the son of Fred and Grace (Focht) Udelsman. He attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute from 1982 to 1987 and received his bachelor's degree in architecture. In 1990 he became a registered architect in the State of NH and started Udelsman Associates in Derry the following year, now located in Hollis. He was a member of the NH American Institute of Architecture since 1991 and served on the Board since 1997 and served as President in 2002. He was also a member of the National Council of Architects Registration Board since 1996 serving on the Board of Directors. David was a talented and passionate photographer, capturing everything from animals on safari to the natural scenery of New England and beyond. He also enjoyed traveling, hiking, gardening, bartending, and hosting parties. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his brother, James Udelsman.

Family members include his wife of 32 years, Lisa (Gagnon) Udelsman; two sons, Evan of Philadelphia and Timothy of New York; a brother, Charles Udelsman and his wife Susan of Ridgewood, NJ; a sister-in-law, Kathy Udelsman of CT; and nephews, nieces, and cousins.

A memorial gathering specifically for family and close friends will take place at Phaneuf Funeral Home, 250 Coolidge Ave, Manchester on Wednesday from 2 to 4 PM. There will also be a gathering from 6 to 8 PM for acquaintances and business associates. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to www.bwhgiving.org/udelsman. To view an online tribute or send condolences to the family visit www.phaneuf.net. To comply with social distancing guidelines, face coverings will be required and indoor spaces will be limited to 50% capacity.