Cynthia “Cindi” (Michetti) Hegh

February 28, 2019

Cynthia “Cindi” (Michetti) Hegh

Cynthia “Cindi” (Michetti) Hegh – of Woburn, February 28th.  Beloved mother of Patricia (Hegh) Salois, her husband Dennis J.  Salois Jr., of Methuen.  Dear daughter of the late Carmine and Edith (Moretto) Michetti.  Loving sister of Robert Michetti, his wife Sylvia of CT.  Cherished grandmother of Annabelle, Charlotte, and Benjamin. Also survived by many loving nieces, cousins and friends. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to Calling Hours in the Lynch – Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn, Monday, March 4th from 4-8 p.m.  Interment will be private.

Cynthia “Cindi” (Michetti) Hegh, of Woburn, died peacefully, Thursday, February 28th at the High Pointe Hospice House in Haverhill, having her daughter at her side, after a truly courageous battle with ovarian cancer. Cindi was sixty-three years of age.

Born in Chelsea, Cindi was the daughter of the late Carmine and Edith (Moretto) Michetti.  Raised and educated in Revere, Cindi was a graduate of Revere High School, along with the Class of 1973.

Following high school Cindi began working in administrative services, eventually going to Liberty Mutual and then for over almost the last decade as an administrative assistant at Harvard University.

Cindi was an incredibly strong, independent and devoted woman, mother and grandmother. who had no problem showing the people in her life she loved, how much she really, truly loved them. She was somewhat conservative by nature but had wonderful sense of humor and enjoyed just being “silly”. She was an avid reader and loved learning new things.

Country music was her passion and when she wasn’t listening to it in her home or car, she often could be found at the nearest place, where there was country line dancing. Cindi remained quite active right up until several weeks ago, continuing her dancing and daily participation in yoga.

Cindi was no stranger to travelling.  She and several of her friends would often vacation throughout the years.  Aruba, Mexico, Jamica and many other fun places they thought of.

Any genre of books, that she had an interest in she would delve into. Mystery, positive thoughts, history, yoga or any other interests Cindi had she enjoyed reading about.

Besides her family and friends, a lot of Cindi’s comfort and joy came from her beloved cats, “Miss Cleo,” along with her verylong time cat Shana Maive, she was also the proud “Grand-meow” to her grand-kittens.

She is survived and will be deeply missed by her daughter, Patricia (Hegh) Salois, her husband Dennis J. Salois Jr., of Methuen.  Loving sister of Robert Michetti, his wife Sylvia of CT.  Cherished grandmother of Annabelle, Charlotte, and Benjamin. Also survived by many loving nieces, cousins and friends.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to Calling Hours in the Lynch – Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn, Monday, March 4th from 4-8 p.m.  Interment will be private.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to Calling Hours in the Lynch – Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn, Monday, March 4th from 4-8 p.m.  Interment will be private.

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  1. I am so saddened to see that Cindi has passed. I remember the first time I met her thinking what a beautiful, bright, poised woman she was. She was so supportive and kind to me in my encounters with her and I am so saddened at her loss. The world has lost a smart, kind, gentle woman. May her family bask in the remembrance of her wonderful ways and many memories. God bless you in your sorrow. Kelly

  2. My deepest condolences to my friend Tricia, her husband DJ, and the entire family on this dreadful loss. There really are no words to address such a huge tear in the fabric of a family. I had the privilege of meeting Cindi at Tricia and DJ’s shower and wedding and it was obvious what a vibrant woman she was and what joy she took in these celebrations of life and in the company of her family and friends. I hope those who she loved and who loved her find peace as they draw on good memories in the days to come.

  3. Cindi, Your smile and words of encouragement will be missed. You were always there for me. I enjoyed our talks together on so many subjects. Thank you for your friendship without judgement. rest in Peace in the hands of God.
    Suni

  4. Ethel Falaise

    Cindi, thank-you for welcoming me into the Registrar’s Office with open arms. I’m grateful for our 4 years as the A Team and all of the wonderful events and memories we were able to create together. The RO paper toilet wedding dress competition will go down in office history! Your love, light & unwavering strength and spirit will forever be remembered. I miss you dearly (especially your lunch time place settings)…Peace & Blessings🌷~ Ethel

  5. Julie Cincotta

    Cindi,
    I’ll always treasure our friendship we made through Country dancing. I’ll miss you .
    Thank you for being my friend .

  6. Earth Angel Cindi,
    God Bless you Dear One now in Heaven. Thank you for sharing your light your laughter your courage and your unwavering faith and trust in God with us. Such a gracious loving insightful woman.
    We will miss you.
    May your family find comfort in knowing that you all are in our thoughts and prayers.
    With heartfelt sympathy,
    Peter and Judy Hunt

  7. Grace Kulegian

    I will miss your lovely smile, your sweet laugh, our heart-to-heart talks, your friendship, your kindness, your humor, your thoughtfulness, your inner beauty that shined through your eyes and your heart. An Angel on earth, and now an Angel in Heaven. You made my world richer, I am so Blessed.

    To Tricia and DJ, and all of Cindi’s loved ones, I pray that you will find comfort as you hold memories of Cindi close to your hearts.

    May God illuminate her soul.

  8. Shelley Blinn

    Cindi…so many fun times dancing…sharing stories…I loved sharing a room with you at Cape Cod for the Floor Filler…holding my hand in the elevator because I’m claustrophobic…you understood me and I you…heaven is gaining a beautiful.. gracious.. kind woman…Rest in Peace now .. Love, Shelley ❤️

  9. Cheryl Spencer

    As I reflect on my friendship with Cindi the words caring,stylish and very soft spoken comes to mind. Cindi you will be missed.
    Family, may God’s peace comfort you.
    Elder Cheryl Spencer

  10. Thank you for your years of service to Harvard University. You made a positive impact on the lives of your coworkers, students, and faculty. Personally, you were a wonderful colleague, friend, and professional partner. People are speaking your name all over campus. We miss you.

  11. Kathleen Slowey

    Dearest Cindi, you will be greatly missed on the dance floor! It was my pleasure to be in your company, always smiling, always brave. May you rest
    peacefully in the arms of Jesus.
    Kathie

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