Since 1928 she worked as a primary school teacher, and as a deputy principal in the schools of Moscow and Kaluga regions since 1935.
After the war she moved to the Kaliningrad region. From 1948 to 1967 she was a headmaster of the primary school in Pushkarevo, Chernyakhovsky district.
For 15 years she was the head of the teaching council of primary school teachers of the district. In 1966 she was awarded the title of Hero of Socialist Labour with the Order of Lenin and the golden medal "Hammer and Sickle" for services to education. She retired in 1967.
Physician and scientist, one of the organisers of regional healthcare system, he graduated from the Leningrad Military Medical Academy in 1944. Lev Shor participated in the Great Patriotic War and, in particular, in the assault on Königsberg. After demobilization he stayed in the region and worked as a chief of medical service of the Kaliningrad pulp and paper plant-2, a head of health department of the Executive Committee of the city of Chernyahovsk. Since 1950 until 1954 he was a chief doctor of the regional hospital and a chief surgeon of the region from 1957 to 1987. In 1957 Lev Shor was awarded the title of Honoured Physician of the RSFSR. A Doctor of Medicine.