On Oct. 13, Ina Hamburger (née Blumberg) of Baltimore at 83. She was one of three children born in Baltimore to the late Harry and Esther Blumberg. She enjoyed her career with Baltimore County Schools as a speech pathologist for 30 years. After her retirement, she also worked as an instructor in the speech clinic at Towson University. She also worked with many students as a private speech instructor, specializing in stuttering. In her spare time, she enjoyed amateur theater as both a participant and a patron. She also enjoyed many summers working at Camp Louise. She will be remembered for being a wonderful wife, mother and caring and devoted teacher, and will be missed dearly by many family members and friends. She is survived by husband of 61 years Calvin Hamburger; children Jonathan (Lisa) Hamburger and Marc Hamburger (Sharon Silverman); brother Morton (Carol) Blumberg; sister-in-law Ilene Blumberg; and grandchildren Matthew, Joshua, Emily and Gabrielle Hamburger. She was predeceased by brother Allan Blumberg and parents Harry and Esther Blumberg.
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