Charles William Pinkett, 87, departed this life on July 15, 2023. He was born August 28, 1835, the son of the late Addie Mae Harris-Pinkett and Clyde Camper of Cambridge, MD.\n\nBilly, as known to many, was educated in the public schools of Dorchester County, and graduated from Mace’s Lane High School. He was enlisted in the U.S. Army Reserve. Billy was employed as a truck driver for a period of time. Later Billy Worked on Lewis' Farm, and he retired. He was well known and well liked by everyone that met him, always having a smile. He loved football and the Baltimore Ravens was his number one team. He enjoyed watching old westerns. He loved being with friends and family.\n\nBill leaves behind to cherish his memories, six sons, Rev. Dr. Charles Pinkett, Jr. (Emma) of Cambridge, MD; Dion Pinkett (Lucy) of Baltimore; Mark Pinkett (Stacy) of Cambridge, MD; Levfienis Pinkett Sr. (Kiesha) of Texas; Quentario Kane (Audrey) of Glen Burnie, MD; Charles Kane of Cambridge, MD; and his daughter Tina Pinkett of Cambridge, MD. His grandchildren Kevronda Harris-Pinkett, Kevin Stanley, Jr. (Tonesha), De’Andre Stanley, Erran Pinkett, Charles Pinkett, Jr., Dion Pinkett, Jr., Kamora Pinkett, Anika Terry, Danielle Dockins, Sade Pinkett, Charles Pinkett, Jr., Marquisa Pinkett, Agnes Martinez, Sennia Gesaman, Treycin Gesaman, Zendyn Gesaman, Mahlike Walker, Briana Kane, Damsne Kane, Pee Wee Anderson, and a host of great grandchildren, relatives, and friends.\n\nBilly was preceded in death by his mother and father, his wife Edna Mae Chester-Pinkett, and his brother Lory Fields.