Anne L. Enck Fassnacht, 79, Cocalico graduate, secretary, enjoyed photography, creating albums

By on August 10, 2016

Anne Louise Enck Fassnacht, 79, passed away peacefully Thursday, Aug. 4, 2016.

Born in Denver, on Sept. 7, 1936, she was the daughter of the late F. Earl Enck and Dorothy Miller Enck.

Anne loved her family, loved working in her yard and enjoyed photography. She has left behind beautiful memories of family and friends through the pictures that will be cherished for many years. A photo album was compiled for each of her sons, daughters-in-law and each grandchild. Anne was a graduate of Cocalico Union High School, Denver.

She married her high school sweetheart in 1957 and followed him to Manheim; Towanda; Cincinnati, Ohio; and on to Spring Hope, N.C. She was employed as a secretary in each of these areas. Ken and Anne built their home and lived in Spring Hope for 38 years. She retired after working for Nash/Rocky Mount school system at Nash Central Junior High in Nashville, N.C.

When Ken passed in December 2009, Anne moved to Nashville, N.C., to be closer to family and friends. She enjoyed Bible Study Fellowship for seven years and being active in the Women on Mission group at Rock Creek Baptist Church. She played piano for her own enjoyment and kept up with friends and family by Facebook and email. After their first grandchild was born, she was known as “Mama Anne” by family, friends and some co-workers.

She is survived by her three sons: Robin Fassnacht, and wife Linda, of Elizabethtown, N.C.; Scott Fassnacht of Columbia, N.C.; Bill Fassnacht, and wife Donna, of Bailey, N.C.; seven grandchildren: Nick Fassnacht and wife Alyssa; Bridget Fassnacht; Travis Fassnacht; Josh Fassnacht and wife Holly; Jessica Fassnacht; Brooke Fassnacht; Lauren Fassnacht; six great-grandchildren: Hoytt Register, Rex Register, Kylie Fassnacht, Peyson Fassnacht, Boone Fassnacht, Scotlyn Fassnacht; sister: Christine Tarkovich and husband Mike of Huntersville, N.C.; brother: Dale S. Enck and wife Joyce of Denver; and Ronald E. Enck and wife Ann of Ephrata; sisters-in-law: Mary Jane Sahm and husband Ronald of Denver; and Kay Fassnacht of Stevens; and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband: Kenneth W. Fassnacht; a brother: Kenneth Earl Enck; and a son: Clifford Glenn Fassnacht.

Family and friends will gather for a graveside service celebrating the lives of Ken and Anne Fassnacht at Mellingers Cemetery in Schoeneck, at 10 a.m., on Saturday, Aug. 20.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Rock Creek Baptist Church, 1238 Rock Creek Drive, Nashville, NC 27856.

The family would like to thank Autumn Care, family and friends, and the Masonic Lodge.

Cornerstone Funeral Home, Nashville, N.C., handled the arrangements. Online condolences to

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