Hinda A. Shapiro Gordon, pharmacist in Lansdowne, 37


Hinda A. Shapiro Gordon, a pharmacist at the Lansdowne Rite Aid, died Friday at Sinai Hospital from complications of a blood disorder. She was 37.

Services were held yesterday at the Levinson funeral establishment.

A lifelong resident of Baltimore, Mrs. Gordon graduated in 1977 from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy and had practiced at the Lansdowne Rite Aid since then.

She attended Beth Tfiloh Day School, Pimlico Junior High School, Northwestern Senior High School and the high school division of what is now the Baltimore Hebrew University.

Mrs. Gordon was a member of the Suburban Orthodox Congregation and the Bnai Abraham and Yehuda Laib Family Society.

She is survived by her husband, Stephen J. Gordon; two sons, Adam Joseph and Jeffrey Benjamin; her mother, Mildred K. Shapiro; a sister, Judith M. Auerbach, all of Balti

more; two brothers, former state Del. David B. Shapiro of Baltimore and Philip S. Shapiro of Guilderland, N.Y., and many nieces and nephews.

Her father, Dr. Solomon Shapiro, for many years the chief of psychology at the Baltimore Veterans Administration Hospital, died in 1989.

The family suggested memorial donations to the Shapiro Scholar-in-Residence Program of the Suburban Orthodox Congregation, 7504 Seven Mile Lane, Baltimore 21208.

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