Rus­sell Pin­der

Dorchester Star - - Obituaries -

CAM­BRIDGE — Rus­sell Pin­der, 69, of Cam­bridge, MD, died June 27, 2016, in Easton at the House of the Pines.

He was born to the late Roland and Golden Marshall Pin­der. Rus­sell was raised in Cam­bridge and at­tended the pub­lic schools of Dorch­ester County. He worked over 29 years for Chung King un­til the com­pany closed in 1995. He then con­tin­ued work­ing for Trappe Frozen Foods (Paris Foods) from 1995 to May 2015 when his ill­ness forced him to re­tire.

Rus­sell loved the Lord. His fa­vorite scrip­ture was the 23rd Psalms. Rus­sell knew the one who would sup­ply his ev­ery need ac­cord­ing to His riches in glory. He was a mem­ber at Na­tional Church of God in Cam­bridge. You could al­ways find Rus­sell on his post play­ing the drums. He en­joyed trav­el­ing, lis­ten­ing to mu­sic, park­ing at Long Wharf and Great Marsh, watch­ing the cow­boy chan­nel, and en­joy­ing movie day at the house.

Rus­sell leaves to cher­ish fond mem­o­ries, three daugh­ters: Yolanda Hall (Rod­ney), Michelle Samp­son (Stac­cato), and Anissa Pin­der (Harry); two sis­ters: Alverta Pin­derCross (Steve) and Ruth Pin­der Stan­ley (Ben­jamin); two broth­ers: Leon Pin­der (Doris) and John Pin­der; five grand­chil­dren: Jas­mine Davis (Tyree), Rod­neshia Hall, Harry Rosario Jr., Charelle Hall and An­dre Rosario; one brother-in-law Eu­gene Burton (Ch­eryl); one sis­ter-in-law De­tra Bri­son-Nor­man (James), and a host of nieces, neph­ews, cousins, other rel­a­tives and friends.

In ad­di­tion to his par­ents, he was pre­ceded in death by his wife, Vir­ginia Pin­der in 2013; one sis­ter, Rosalie Pin­der Wool­ford; and two broth­ers: Henry Marshall and Joseph Pin­der.


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