Margaret Lorraine (Redpath) Keith

Margaret Lorraine (Redpath) Keith

Margaret Lorraine (Redpath) Keith, 96, of Moon Twp., died on June 10, 2024 in Good Samaritan Hospice House, Wexford.  She was born in Milton, Massachusetts on March 23, 1928 the daughter of the late Chesleigh & Annie (Gray) Redpath.

Lorraine received her BA from Simmons College in Boston. She retired from Moon Area School District as a secretary in 1993.

Having an extremely generous nature, she volunteered her time helping friends in addition to donating time with various organizations including Moon Library, West Hills Food Pantry, and at Apple Blossom Memory Care.

Lorraine was a long-term member of Sharon Presbyterian Church, MASCA, Moon Area AARP, RUAEA (Retired United Airlines Employee Association).

Lorraine enjoyed her crossword puzzles, bowling, reading, gardening, hockey, socializing with friends, spending time with her family and loved to swim.

In addition to her parents, Lorraine was preceded in death by her husband Walter Keith in 1988. A granddaughter, Jennifer Smith; a sister, Audrey Redpath and nephew Rick Redpath.

She is survived by her four children:  Deb Bennett (Jeff), NE; Dave Keith (Kim), WA; Brian Keith WA; Shelley Smith (Jeff), Hopewell Twp.  Eight grandchildren, Justin Bennett (Amy), KS; Christina Bennett, CA; Megan Nunns (Rob), NE; Brandon (RuthAnn), WA; Andy Keith (Chelsea), CA; Clara Brown (Jake), VA, William Smith (Brittany), Fl and Steven Smith, Hopewell, 12 great grandchildren and another on the way.

A memorial service will be held at the Sharon Community Presbyterian Church, Moon Twp. on Saturday June 15th at 11 AM.   Private interment will take place at Sewickley Cemetery, Sewickley, PA.

In Lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to:  Sharon Community Presbyterian Church ( and or the West Hills Food Pantry (           

The Huntsman Funeral Home & Cremation Services of Moon Twp. is in charge of arrangements.                

2 thoughts on “Margaret Lorraine (Redpath) Keith

  1. Keith Family,

    Thoughts and prayers to all at this time. I bowled
    with Lorraine for years. Also worked with her
    at election time. She was a hoot, always had a
    chuckle or two with her. May you bowl that 300

  2. My condolences to Lorraine’s Family. She will be truly missed by her friends. My visits to Pittsburgh will not be the same without seeing her. She was always so pleasant to be with and time spent with her was good for the soul!!

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