Carolyn (Salamone) Rondeau

August 6, 2002

Rondeau – in Woburn, Tuesday, August 6th, Carolyn (Salamone), beloved wife of Robert Rondeau. Loving mother of Danielle A. Rondeau. Devoted daughter of Emily R.(Cocomile) Salamone of Woburn and the late Joseph V. Salamone . Dear sister of Maria Hennessy and her husband Robert of Woburn, Ann Devlin and her husband Frank of Saugus, Joanne Bagarella and her husband Nicholas and Laura Salamone all of Woburn. Also survived by ten nieces and nephews, her parents-in-law, Lucien and Pauline Rondeau of Dracut, and five brothers- and sisters-in-law. A Memorial Mass was celebrated in St. Charles Church, 280 Main Street, Woburn, on Saturday, August 10th , at 10:45 a.m. Donations may be made in Carolyn’s memory to the Pamela J. Ek Foundation for Hope, 2 Cedar Street, Woburn, MA 01801. Arrangements are being held by the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn.

OBITUARY:

Carolyn (Salamone) Rondeau passed away peacefully, on Tuesday, August 6th at her home, surrounded by her family after fighting a courageous battle with cancer. The beloved wife of Robert Rondeau and the devoted mother of Danielle Aimee Rondeau, she was forty-nine years of age.

Born on January 1, 1953 in the West End of Boston, she was the daughter of Emily R.(Cocomile) Salamone of Woburn and the late Joseph V. Salamone.

After moving to Woburn, Carolyn attended the Woburn Schools and graduated with Honors from Woburn High School in 1970. Carolyn worked for many years in the banking industry and was an Assistant Vice President at the Tanners National Bank. Upon leaving Tanners Bank, she secured a position at the O’Neil Insurance Agency in Stoneham where she worked until her health required her to retire.

Carolyn was a Girl Scout leader for many years and could always be seen cheering on her daughter at her sporting events. Also an avid gardener, she put great effort and took much pride in her beautiful flower gardens. She enjoyed walking, had many wonderful friends and most enjoyed making people laugh. Her courage, humor and determination will always be remembered by those who knew her.

Preceding her in death was her father, Joseph V. Salamone.

Surviving in addition to her husband and her daughter is her mother, Emily R.(Cocomile) Salamone of Woburn, her sisters, Maria Hennessy and her husband Robert of Woburn, Ann Devlin and her husband Frank of Saugus, Joanne Bagarella and her husband Nicholas of Woburn and Laura Salamone of Woburn, ten nieces and nephews, her parents-in-law, Lucien and Pauline Rondeau of Dracut and five brothers- and sisters-in-law.

A Memorial Mass was celebrated in St. Charles Church, 280 Main Street, Woburn, on Saturday, August 10th, at 10:45 a.m.

Donations may be made in Carolyn’s memory to the Pamela J. Ek Foundation For Hope, 2 Cedar Street, Woburn, MA 01801.

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  1. I think about you still to this day — Your kindness in always helping others was so genuine. I pray you get all heaven has to offer.

  2. Peggy (McLaughlin) Mahar – Hi Laura. I’m so sorry to read of your sister’s death. Love and condolences to you and your family. In God’s Love, Peggy Mahar

  3. When Carolyn came to work for my Agency I was one lucky boss.She not only was a good bookkeeper but was a loyal person and wasn’t afraid to tacllllkle anything new in the office.When she became sick she would come in to work and never complain and was an a inspiration for us all.The office was a better place because
    of Carolyn. We all will
    miss her but our memories will always be with us.
    Rob and Danielle if I wasn’t down in Florida for awhile I would of been at the Mass .

    Kim

  4. Carolyn,
    My dear friend, I am missing you so much already. But drawing on your strength & courage will get me through the years to come, until we meet again. Any time I see a beautiful garden or a picture of beauty in nature, I will think of you. That way, you will always be with me every day. Rest in peace. Your long struggle is over. Love always & forever. Your friend, Kathy Flynn

  5. Carolyn was a special person she always had a kind word for everyone.She loved life her family and friends she was a great example for for all of us
    Eileen and Bob O Neil

  6. I am so sorry for all the pain and suffering that Carolyn endured and all that all of her family suffered along with her.
    Please accept my sincere sympathy. She will always be remembered by me as my close friend even though we only saw each other occasionally. I will miss her.

    Love,
    Anna Marie

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