On Wednesday, March 20,
2019, age 91, of Churchill.
Born December 25, 1927, in
Frankfurt am Main, Germany,
where she lived 26 years.
Studied piano, voice, and
spoke ?ve languages (Berlitz
School of Languages). Father
Heinrich Moos, concert
violinist; mother, Wilhelmine
Dietz Moos, voice teacher;
brother, Karlheinz, opera
singer. She worked for the
High Commission for Occupied
Germany, HICOG, as a
secretary and met Robert W.
Ingrim in Frankfurt 1953; her
mother was his voice coach
during his service with US
Army Security Agency. Married
1954, they eventually settled
in Churchill in 1964 to raise
four daughters. Bob was
employed at L.B. Foster. Sigrid
was an exceptional cook and
baker, mastering unfamiliar
American dishes; her
Thanksgiving stuf?ng and
tortes were family favorites.
She was a proud naturalized
US citizen and a member of
Faith Bible Baptist Church. Her
great loves were all animals,
music, reading mysteries,
word puzzles, knitting, and
playing Dr. Mario with family;
she is survived by sisters-
in-law, Susan Prata and Erika
Moos-Drevenstedt; loving
daughters Cora Ingrim (Harry
Andrews), Erika Zajdel (Daniel),
Roxana Buck (George),
Barbara Lesser (Dave); beloved
grandchildren David Lesser
(Leah), Ian Zajdel (Stephanie),
Tyler Lesser (Marina), Owen
Zajdel (Marie), Nathaniel Buck
(Abigail), Jared Lesser
(Elizabeth), Evan Zajdel,
Cameron Buck, Anna Niemiec
(Robb), Ter'Rico Williams
(Holly); 12 great-grandchildren.
Friends received at WOLFE
MEMORIAL, Forest Hills
Chapel, 3604 Greensburg Pike,
Pittsburgh, PA 15221, on
Tuesday, March 26, 2-4 and
7-9 p.m. Services will be held
in the funeral home chapel on
Wednesday, March 27 at 10:00
a.m. Interment in Mt. Royal
Cemetery. In lieu of ?owers,
donations may be sent to the
Leukemia and Lymphoma
Society or your local Spay and
Neuter Clinic for Cats & Dogs.
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PostedMarch 24, 2019