On April 15, Lois B. Feinblatt of Baltimore. She was predeceased by husbands Irving Blum (d.1973) and Eugene Feinblatt (d.1998). She is survived by children and their partners Lawrence Blum and Judith Smith, Jeffrey Blum and Ellen Cassedy and Carolyn (Patty) Blum and Harry Chotiner; stepchildren and their partners Eric Feinblatt and Caroline Baillie, John Feinblatt and Jonathan Mintz and Margaret (Peg) Cohen and Ron Cohen. She was loved dearly by grandchildren and their partners Benjamin Blum-Smith and Diane Henry, Sarah Blum-Smith and Andrew Hannon, Laura Blum-Smith and Edward Underhill, Alicia Blum-Ross and Paul (Shez) Sherreard, Isaac Chotiner and Ridhi Tariyal, Natalie Blum-Ross and Eric Owens, Timothy and Hannah Cassedy, Margaret and Kamar Samuels, Jeremie Feinblatt and Helga Hitko, Eve Feinblatt and Samuel Denantes, Micah Feinblatt, Maeve Feinblatt and Georgia Feinblatt. She was thrilled with the arrival of her great-grandchildren Abe, Penny, Noah, Frankie, Leila, Theo, Lucy, Gayatri and Aran. Baltimore born and bred, she lived on Eutaw Place surrounded by family. She married right before WWII began. She worked as an adoption social worker for the Maryland Department of Public Welfare. In 1966, she was selected for an innovative, Johns Hopkins-based program to train women to be mental health counselors. She practiced as a psychotherapist at Hopkins.

Contributions may be sent to Central Scholarship, 6 Park Center Court, Suite 211, Owings Mills, MD 21117 or CollegeBound Foundation, 2601 N. Howard St., Suite 210, Baltimore, MD 21218.

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