Lois Rosenbush Frame

Social worker and medical administrative assistant

May 26, 2010|By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun

Lois Rosenbush Frame, a retired medical administrative assistant, died of breast cancer May 19 at her Mount Washington home. She was 64.

Born Lois Rosenbush in Baltimore, she was known as Bitty and grew up in Sudbrook Park. She was a 1964 Franklin Senior High School graduate and earned a bachelor's degree in English from American University in Washington.

She was a social worker for the Baltimore City Department of Social Services. After raising her family, she worked for many years at United Way of Central Maryland in its management resources center and was later an administrative assistant to Dr. David Ginty in the department of neuroscience at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

She played golf weekly at Pine Ridge and also enjoyed tennis, hiking, travel and theater.

She was a member of the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.

Services were Friday.

Survivors include a son, Michael Frame of Somerville, Mass.; her mother, Alice Rosenbush of Pikesville; a sister, Lynn Davidov of Pikesville; and nieces and nephews. Her marriage to Barry Sylvan Frame, an attorney, ended in divorce.


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