Eva J Redinger
Born: 1/10/1926, San Fransico, CA
Death: 3/8/2010, Castle Valley, UT
Service: 03/13/2010, 7:00 pm, DayStar Adventist Academy
Castle Valley, Utah – Eva J. Redinger passed away on Monday, March 8,
Eva was born in San Francisco, CA on January 10, 1926 to Jed and Elsie
Harmon Smith, where she grew up and attended school. She quit school at a
young age to help support the family. While working she met and later
married Leonard Redinger on October 5, 1947 in Oakland, CA. Leonard passed
away in 1989. Eva work for the Federal Government until she could retire,
then continued to work as a motel manager. Eva was active in church as a
Deaconess, Sabbath School Secretary and served in community service. She
also had a great love of reading, and crossword puzzles, but her greatest
love was her family.
Eva is survived her 2 sons Michael Redinger of Sparks, NV and Randy
Redinger of Fallon, NV; a daughter Michelle Ward of Castle Valley, UT; a
sister Barbara Gaunt of Salem, OR; 5 grandchildren, and 4 great
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, 3 brothers Eugene,
Don, and Kirby, and a sister Nora Jones.
At Eva’s request, cremation has taken place and services were held at
the Daystar Adventist Academy Saturday March 13 at 7:00 pm.
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