Zoa Pitts of Sebastian, FL passed away on June 13, 2023, at the age of 88. She was born on November 19, 1934, in West Palm Beach, FL where she grew up with her brother, Don “Bud”, mother, Barbara and father, Henry Weiller. As a native Floridian, she led a simple life, and enjoyed spending time outdoors, enjoying her football and was a faithful servant to the Episcopal Church. People would describe her as spunky, sassy, and brutally honest. Her independent nature and strong work ethic led her to enlist in the Marine Corps after High School.
Zoa spent most of her life serving as a hardworking mother of four, dedicated to raising her children.
Zoa is preceded in death by her daughter, Donna Long, whom she spent many of her adult years living with in North Carolina. She is also preceded by her beloved brother, Bud.
She is survived by her daughters, Deborah Culpepper (Husband Owen Culpepper), Terrie Herth, and son, Stephen Miller (Wife Tina Miller); grandchildren, Dane Cruickshank, Ryan Lowen (Wife Rachelle Lowen), Shelli Miller, and Travis Miller (Wife Holly Miller) and their children.
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