Zola B. Redwing
1927 - 2019
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Zola B. Redwing, 92, of Penn Hills, passed away peacefully Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2019. She was the beloved wife and best friend of the late Lloyd V. Redwing for 61 years. She was born July 30, 1927, in White Oak. In 1955, the family moved to Chicago for 32 years, where they enjoyed their lives with many friends until 1987, when early retirement brought them to Penn Hills. Ever smiling and unfailingly friendly, she was always a happy soul. She was the devoted mother and very proud of her son, Lloyd Redwing II, of Chicago, and adoring grandmother of Christopher, of Albany, N.Y. She is also survived by her sisters, June Rhynehart, of Chicago, Ill., and Marva Acie, of North Versailles, and nephew, Alan Brice, of Florida.
Friends will be received from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday at SOXMAN FUNERAL HOMES LTD., 7450 Saltsburg Road, Penn Hills. Funeral will follow at 11 a.m. Saturday in Zion Lutheran Church, 11609 Frankstown Road, Penn Hills, PA 15235, where she was a member.
She has found the perfect peace.

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Published in Penn Hills Progress from Dec. 4 to Dec. 12, 2019.
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January 8, 2020
The Redwings will forever be in my heart. Vic shared his artistic talent and heritage, and Zola shared her kindness and unending love for Vic! I was honored to have known them.
Wishing peace for their friends and family.
Kara (Art Therapist)
Kara Berringer
December 5, 2019
Aunt Zola,
I miss and always will miss your infectious smile and hearty laugh! You turned me on to Dad's root-beer floats, I will forever be grateful for the times you would make them for me as soon as I arrived. I love you now and forever. Rest in peace Sweetie!
Stephanie Hampton
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