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Salem, NH - Barbara "Chickie" Cedrone passed into God's care on October 17, 2019. Barbara, the daughter of William and Gertrude Guay, was born in Lawrence, Mass. She was predeceased by her first husband, Herbert A. Gallant. Barbara is survived by her husband, Anthony B. Cedrone; her sons: Kevin Gallant and wife Andrea, Gary Gallant and wife Zoe, and Kenneth Gallant; big brother William Guay and wife Claire; grandchildren, Miles Gallant, Brody Gallant, Nicholas Gallant, and Michael Amirault.
Barbara worked at the Rockingham Racetrack for many years after which she worked at and retired from N.H. Lottery in Salem N.H. She enjoyed many hobbies: casinos, reading, scrabble, mahjong, movies, and all types of games. Barbara possessed a great sense of humor; laughter was a staple throughout her life. The Lord, in his infinite wisdom, took his masterpiece home. He took her too soon for those she left behind and she will be greatly missed by all of her family and multitude of friends. She will be remembered and loved forever, and will never leave our hearts.
Services will be private. Arrangements are by the Goundrey & Dewhirst Funeral Home, 42 Maine Street, Salem, NH. To leave an online condolence, please visit Barbara's Tribute page at A memorial to celebrate Barbara's wonderful life will be announced at a later time.
Published on October 21, 2019


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Cindy Cleary
Oct 24, 2019
We took a cruise together to the Bahamas. Many fun memories! Thanks Barb for all the wild times at work!
Oct 22, 2019
Barbara was sweet, sassy and could make you laugh. She was one of my favorite people. We will miss her so much. She is feeling so much better in Gods hands
Oct 21, 2019
my best friend. many years together.Thru thick and thin Barb would always come up with a story and a laugh I will really miss my bestie of 60 some odd years ,rest in piece my old buddy.
Patty robbins
Oct 21, 2019
I will miss you Auntie Barbara. We laughed alot..