Cynthia Anne Hasenberg, 68, of Goodlettsville, the wife of Deacon Rock Hasenberg of St. Lawrence Church in Joelton, died on Monday, July 19, 2021, due to complications related to the stroke she suffered on Friday, July 16.
Visitation will take place at Anderson and Garrett Funeral Home on Thursday, July 22, from 4 p.m. until the beginning of the Rosary Service at 7 p.m.
A funeral Mass will be held at St. Lawrence Church, 5655 Clarksville Highway, at 10 a.m. Friday, July 23. Interment will follow at St. Lawrence Catholic Church Cemetery.
Mrs. Hasenberg and her husband were involved with the Diocese of Nashville’s prison ministry. “They formed an exceptional team, bringing faith and joy to prisoners on a weekly basis,” said Deacon James Booth, director of the diocesan prison ministry. “Cindy and Rock simply were the Catholic presence at DeBerry Special Needs Prison. Cindy will be deeply missed by all who knew her.”
Mrs. Hasenberg was preceded in death by her father Richard Zanone.
Survivors include her husband Deacon Rock Hasenberg; children Mara (Jonathan) Wiley, Christie (Stephen) Kretsinger, Diana (Andre) Tuxford, Barry Hasenberg, Anne (Robert) Engels, Kathleen Saller, Roxanne (Clint) Baker, and Joseph-Friedrich Hasenberg; mother Josephine Zanone; siblings Monica Havins, Gina Mountain, Rick Zanone, Charles Zanone, Serena Walsh, Joanna Reindel, and Paul Zanone; grandchildren Grace Wiley, Paul Kretsinger, Teddy Kretsinger, Sam Kretsinger, Antonio Tuxford, Nicolai Tuxford, Lucas Engels, Nadia Engels, Sonny Saller, Richard Saller, Raymond Baker and Thora Baker; and many other extended family members.
Anderson and Garrett Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.