Susan L. Endler, 50, speech pathologist in schools

April 26, 2003

Susan L. Endler, a speech pathologist who formerly taught in Baltimore public schools, died of cancer Sunday at Presbyterian Kasman Hospice in Albuquerque, N.M. The former Padonia resident was 50.

Susan L. Cohen was born in Baltimore and raised in the city's Pimlico section. A 1970 graduate of Woodlawn High School, she earned her bachelor's and master's degree in speech pathology from what was then Towson State College.

She began teaching at Cross Country Elementary School in 1980 and continued to teach until two years ago. Her final assignment was at the Francis Scott Key Elementary School.

Mrs. Endler loved music, movies and travel, and after her resignation, she moved to Albuquerque, where she taught students at the Santo Domingo Indian Reservation. She also taught sign language and worked with the New Mexico Relay System for Deaf Communication.

Her marriage to Steve L. Levy, also an educator, ended in divorce.

Services will be held today at the Shakyamuni Buddhist Center in Albuquerque.

She is survived by her husband of 10 years, Richard Endler; a son, Jason A. Levy of Cockeysville; a brother, Kit Cohen of White Marsh; and a stepson, Sean Endler of White Marsh.

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