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Ruth ROSETTAge: 92 years19072000

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Birth December 6, 1907 (Tevet 1, 5668)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - פילידלפיה, ארה"ב

Washington, District Columbia, USA - וושינגטון, ארה"ב

Note: Ruth Rosett Cunin, 92, who taught in public schools in Washington, D.C. and Montgomery County for mo…
Death June 16, 2000 (Sivan 13, 5760) (Age 92 years)
Washington, District Columbia, USA - וושינגטון, ארה"ב

SourceStella Baldev - Personal Testimony
Publication: Email from Stella Baldev, September 2010
SourceGross-Weinberg Family Tree
Birth 6 Dec 1907 • Pennsylvania, USA 2 Sources 1907 (AGE) Residence 1960 • Silver Spring, Maryland, USA 1 Source 1960 53 Death 16 Jun 2000 • Potomac, Montgomery, Maryland, USA 1 Source 2000 92 Source Citations U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 Number: 216-46-9311; Issue State: Maryland; Issue Date: 1962 Pennsylvania, Birth Records, 1906-1908 U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995
Ruth Rosett Cunin, 92, who taught in public schools in Washington, D.C. and Montgomery County for more than 60 years, died at her home in Kensington June 16 2000. Born in Philadelphia, Cunin came to the District with her family as a child. She studied teaching at Wilson Teacher's College in the District, and in 1935 earned a bachelor's degree in education from George Washington University, where she later earned a master's degree in education. Cunin taught at Barnard, Rudolph, Keene and Shepherd elementary schools in the District, and retired at the age of 70. For the next 10 years, Cunin served as a regular substitute teacher at Woodacres Elementary School in Bethesda and Rock Creek Forest in Chevy Chase. She retired for a second time at the age of 80. During her retirement, Cunin continued teaching, specializing in teaching English as a Second Language to new immigrants at the Jewish Community Center in Rockville. She also worked as a volunteer at the Montgomery County Thrift Shop in Bethesda. Cunin's husband of 49 years, Hyman Cunin, a noted architect and professor at Howard University, died in 1985. Cunin is survived by her sister, May Aaronson of Bethesda; three daughters, Janet Blumenfeld of Gaithersburg; Irene Glaser of Potomac; and Lenore Shavell of Potomac; five grandchildren and two great-grandsons.