Jeanette Shulman, retired hospital social worker

January 20, 1992

Jeanette Shulman, a retired hospital social worker who formerly operated a South Baltimore grocery story, died Saturday of a stroke at the Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital, where she was a resident. She was 83.

Services for Mrs. Shulman were being held today at the Sol Levinson & Bros. Funeral Home, 6010 Reisterstown Road.

From 1964 to her retirement in 1975, she was a social worker for the former South Baltimore General Hospital -- now Harbor Hospital Center.

A native of Baltimore, the former Jeanette Schochet was a graduate of Western High School in the 1920s.

At the age of 65, Mrs. Shulman was named a pioneer by The Evening Sun for being one of the first people to live in the Inner Harbor renewal area at the Christ Church Harbor Apartments for the elderly.

From 1954 until her death, she was treasurer of the Harbor Hospital Auxiliary. She also was a member of the auxiliary for the Deaton Hospital & Medical Center, the Women's Civic League and the Beacon Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star, and served on the advisory board of School 33 Art Center on Light Street.

She is survived by a daughter, C. Paige Rose, and brother, David Schochet, both of Baltimore.

The family suggests that memorial donations be made to the activity fund at Hurwitz House, 133 Slade Ave., Pikesville 21208.

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