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august 13, 1968 – october 11, 2023
Wendy Hasselbusch, age 55, passed away on October 11, 2023. She was born in Cincinnati, OH to Warren and Norma Hasselbusch on August 13, 1968.
Wendy is survived by her cousins, Steve (Christen) Hasselbusch, Stephanie Baker, Jennifer Hasselbusch, Lisa (Greg) Doan, and Kim (Jeff) Merz; god-son, Brandon Merz; two very close friends, Dani Davis and Jim Cross; her dogs, Rocky and Linus; her cats, Eddy and Junior; and many other friends and relatives.
She was preceded in death by parents, Warren and Norma Hasselbusch; and cousin, Donna Bailey.
Wendy’s sense of humor, coupled with her kind and loyal nature, endeared her to those fortunate enough to know her. Her laughter filled every room she entered, leaving a mark on the hearts of her friends and family. She cherished her role as a godmother, always providing guidance and support to her loved ones.
One of Wendy’s greatest joys in life was her love for music, particularly enjoying the sounds of Prince, Aerosmith, and Van Halen. She cherished the opportunity to witness live music performances, creating memories with each experience. We will remember her for her vibrant spirit.
As we mourn the loss of Wendy, we also celebrate the incredible woman she was and the lasting impact she leaves behind. Her memory will forever be treasured in the hearts of her family and friends. Wendy will be deeply missed.
Visitation will be held Thursday, October 19th, 2023, from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM at Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, 2155 Compton Road, Cincinnati, OH 45231. Services for Wendy Hasselbusch will follow with Steve Hasselbusch officiating. Once on the grounds of the memorial park, follow the BLUE line to the funeral home. A private burial will take place at a later date.
“I adored Wendy and recently got to run into. She worked at Cvg3 with me on donations and was able to handle it on her own. We had so much fun. I will always keep her laughter and memory in my heart. Til we see each other again!”
“Wendy was a great person and friend. She will surely be missed.”
“Wendy will be missed dearly, she was a big sister to me growing up, heck she taught me how to drive when I was 14! We grew up skating and hanging out like a brother & sister would do. I did take her to prom, my perfect date. So many great memories to cherish. So sad for everyone’s loss here, gone to soon… till we meet again, Lov ya Breezy!!!”
“I worked with Wendy 20 years ago. She was a very special person and a wonderful coworker. My thoughts are with her family and friends. Some people in your life you never forget, and Wendy’s kindness and great personality will always be remembered.”
“Words cannot express how difficult her loss is. Wendy was funny and sassy and if you knew her you were lucky to be her friend. Always making people laugh so there is a quiet at work now that just makes us sad. So very much missed already.”
“I am so saddened by her passing I will truly miss her bad and loved her smile. What a great person. I miss you Wendy and I love you Jack”
“Wendy was an amazing friend. She will be missed dearly.”
“My Deepest Sympathy”