Theresa Redmond

July 06, 2022 - April 21, 2009

Theresa (Musmanno) Redmond, of Cranberry, died Tuesday, April 21, 2009. Beloved wife of the late Charles S. Redmond; loving mother of Lee M. Redmond, Deborah A. (Randall) Mineo, Todd S. (Paula) Redmond and Sean B. (Barbara) Redmond; dear grandmother of Morgan N., Taylor M. and Connor B. Redmond; sister of Dr. Neal V. Musmanno. Theresa was owner-operator of the Theresa Redmond Dance Studio in Cranberry and Zelienople for more than 50 years. She taught dance to three generations of students. Friends received from 2 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME OF CRANBERRY, 2678 Rochester Road, 724-772-8800. Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. Friday in St. Ferdinand.

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  • Kristen (Krissy Collins) Zaras

    Debbie, Todd and Sean,
    I just learned of and was so sorry to hear about your mother’s passing. From our early days at the swimming pool where Debbie was the lifeguard and through my years coming to your house for dance class your mom was always the same consistent strong, gentle and elegant lady. She was proud and modest but shared some magical items from her closet, such as her Miss Western PA crown and other amazing items! It was like taking dance from a Princess!! She will be missed but I am thankful for the wonderful memories she gave me.

  • Elaine Barna-Ray

    Redmond Family,

    I truly admired and love your mother because she changed my life. In the 15 years of taking dance lessons from your mom, she played a big part in my growing up and developing into the woman I am today. She pushed me to overcome my shyness and to believe in myself by encouraging me to do my first solo.

    I could not wait for Mondays to come so I could see her at dance class. She was definitely a big part in many children’s lives and she will be missed.

    It was nice seeing you all after so many years. I will continue to pray for your family’s during these times.

  • Jennifer Smith-Welton

    I was sorry to hear of Theresa’s passing. She was a wonderful teacher & friend. I enjoyed the time that I spent in her classes. She will be greatly missed.

  • Tammy Stauffer (Zeigler)

    Your dear mother was a wonderful person. I remember so many happy memories of Saturday morning tap lessons. Your mom helped to mold so many of us young girls into the women we are today. Take comfort in knowing that she is now dancing in heaven! My prayers are with your family.

  • Christine Musick Hartman

    I was so sorry to hear about Mrs. Redmond. I took dance off of her in Zelienople, Fernway Civic Center, and finally in her home. She was a wonderful woman who was an asset to the community. I only have fond memories of each moment I spent with her. She worked so hard to make our dance recitals magical. I always loved when she danced with her children. When I would see her she always said hello and remembered who I was. She will be missed.

  • Andrea (Beckey) Walker

    Mrs. Redmond was my dance teacher from the time I was 2 until I was 18. She taught me so much more than just dance moves. She was an elegant and classy woman who was beautiful on the inside and out. I will forever be grateful to her for teaching me the importance of dance and how much it has brought to my life. She always spoke so highly of her family and we all loved hearing her stories. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. I will never forget Mrs. Redmond or the things she taught me.

  • Amy Evans

    My sympathies to all that knew and loved Mrs Redmond, she was cherished by everyone that met her. She was my dance teacher when I was young and will be dearly missed.
    Mrs Redmond made a difference in the life of every student. Even though I was far from a good dancer, she made me feel like a star!

  • Debbie Lewis Blizman

    Sean, Debbie and the rest of the family…I’m so sorry to learn of the passing of your mom. She was such a wonderful, inspiring and classy lady. She touched so many lives and we are all so much better for knowing her. Please be comforted in knowing that a little piece of your mom will live on in all of us every time the music plays and we tap our foot to the beat. She will never be forgotten.

    Deepest Sympathy,
    Debbie Lewis Blizman

  • Karen (Reubi) Lewis

    I took dance lessons from Mrs. Redmond for 16 years and my brother Bill and I were frequently at the Redmond’s house to play – I will always remeber her fondly she had a big impact on my life.

    Karen (Reubi) Lewis


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