Beloved parents of seven children killed in the Surfside condo collapse


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In April 2020, Chana Wasserman penned a blog post about her mom, Ingrid “Itty” Ainsworth.

Titled “A Mother Like No Other,” Wasserman described Ainsworth as someone who was not only extremely neat and passionate about life but also filled with a love of people.

“Every person she encountered, ever in her life, became her friend,” Wasserman wrote. “Everyone was treated as equals. The guy at the laundromat, the guy working at the fruit market, the receptionist at the doctors office, the high school kid working at blockbuster, the seamstress, the lady doing her nails, a pigeon, the stewardess, the lady cleaning the house, the outcast, the misunderstood, the popular, the unpopular.”

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