Frida Ze’evi was born to a Yehudit and Shmuel Colodoni from Pinsk in December 1916 and made aliya to Israel in 1934.
Frida and her husband Aryeh Ze’evi joined the Lehi and were avid supporters. They organized hiding locations for the underground leadership and safeguarded them during their meetings. Meetings of Lehi and the Etzel were held at their home, and they were under the command of Ya’akov Eliav (Yishka) “Aviel” and Natan Yellin Mor “Gera”.
Aryeh Ze’evi rented a building in Bnei Brak under the pretext of a carpentry shop. Behind a partition in the carpentry shop, was the underground printer and it was hidden there for several months until it was discovered by children from the neighborhood.
She received the Lehi badge and the State Warriors badge.
Frida died on September 24th, 1983 and was laid to rest in the Lehi section in the Holon cemetery.