Deborah Ann Ladensack, age 62 of Goodlettsville, passed away on April 1, 2015.
Mrs. Ladensack was born on February 17, 1958 in Collinsville, Illinois to the late Walter Cop and Rosetta Jane Cope.
When talking with her family they described Mrs. Ladensack as a loving, spiritual, and adventurous person. She enjoyed trips to the Mountain, going to the Ocean and even the desert. If they had nowhere to go she just enjoyed driving with nowhere in particular to go. She had many interests including baking and cooking, she enjoyed playing dress-up with the kids and playing with play-doh. Spending time with her family was one of the most important parts of her life from shopping with the girls, watching movies, playing cards, and even getting in tickling fights. Her spiritual life was also very important part from going to Temple to just reading in her scriptures, not a day passed that she wasn’t turning to her scriptures for inspiration and guidance.
Throughout Mrs. Ladensacks life she had may influential people like Beverly Studd, Della Porter, Marilyn Sutton, Rosetta Cope and Doris Ladensack. These women helped shape Mrs. Ladensack throughout from the time she was born, when she had children and even in the last few years. Some of the family’s fondest memories where from the Holidays, from wrapping Christmas present and making sure there were plenty of “Bow”, a present wasn’t complete without tons of bows, making candy, and decorating. She had a love for giving comfort to that in need; she taught the importance of forgiving other, how to make other laugh, and how to love. Mrs. Ladensack love will be carried in the hearts of everyone she touched. She will forever be remembered as a loving wife, playmate, wife, Grandma and Friends.
In addition to her parents Mrs. Ladensack is preceded in death by her sister, Gloria Sue Sexton and Brother, Richard Allan Cope.
Mrs. Ladensack is survived by her loving husband of 33 years Bob W. Ladensack, Jr.; children Cherie (Armando) Contreras, Stephen Ladensack, Catherine Ladensack, and Amy Ridings; grandchildren Cecilia Marie Contreras, Diego Armando Contreras, Katerina Susanna Contreras, Veronica Annalicia Contreras, and Chelci Nichole Contreras; siblings Jim (Kathy) Cope, Kathryn Elaine Beaver, and Leslie Claire Colon and beloved Cats Bubba and Critter.
Funeral Service will be conducted at 5pm on Tuesday, April 7th at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints- 107 Twin Hills Drive Madison, Tennessee. Visitation with the family will be on Tuesday from 2pm until 4:30 at the church.
Cole and Garrett Funeral Home and Cremation Services- 127 North Main Street Goodlettsville, Tennessee 37072- (615) 859-5231