Cynthia Ann Hageman Harris, “The Bronco Lady,” age 48, passed away on Friday, January 29, 2016. She was a resident of Colorado Springs, Colorado for 19 years and a former resident of North East Iowa.
Cindy was born on August 20, 1967 to Kenneth and Joanne Hageman in Cresco, Iowa. She is survived by her children, Brianna and Noah Harris; her mother, Joanne Hageman; brother, Scott Meyer; sister, Carla Helmkamp; and her very special friend, Charles Janzen. She was preceded in death by her father, Kenneth Hageman; and grandparents: John and Bertha Hageman, and James and Alice Kuhn.
Over the years Cindy gained many hobbies and interests from beading to football, she could do it all. She graduated from Postville High School in 1986 in Postville, Iowa. During her high school years, she played second baseman in softball for the Postville Pirates. After high school, she decided she would become a cosmetologist and has been doing that for the last 28 years. She was a member of the Southern Colorado Bead Society. Cindy enjoyed watching NASCAR, making jewelry, going to concerts, spending time with her family and many friends, and of course watching the Broncos.
A memorial service will be held at the Shrine of Remembrance on Friday, February 5th at 2:00 p.m. in memory of Cindy Ann Hageman Harris. Also, a memorial fund has been started in her name at Integrity Bank and Trust, 13475 Voyager Parkway, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80921.
Cindy was a loving mother, sister, daughter and friend. Her contagious smile will never be forgotten and she will be dearly missed by many whose lives she has touched.