Longtime Perry Hall resident who gave guided tours of Baltimore dies

PERRY HALL, MD—A retired Baltimore teacher who gave guided tours of the city has died.

Wayne R. Schaumburg, a longtime Perry Hall resident, enjoyed giving walking tours of Green Mount Cemetery and tracing the path of the Great Baltimore Fire of 1904 by bus and foot.  He died of pancreatic cancer this week at his home in Ocean View, Delaware. He was 76 years old.

From his obituary:

Wayne Ronald Schomberg, the son of Norman Schomberg Jr., the old Western Electric Company draftsman in Point Breeze, and Lutheran High School administrator Doris Kramer Schomberg, was born in Baltimore and raised in the McKevin Avenue rowhouse in Waverly.

He graduated from Baltimore City College in 1964 and was active in the high school alumni association for the rest of his life.

He earned a bachelor’s degree at what is now Towson University, where he maintained a double major in history and geography, and now holds a master’s degree from Morgan State University, and a second master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University. on architecture.

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