Mabel Jean Smith, 54 of Easton, Maryland, departed this life on Wednesday, April 16, 2008 at Memorial Hospital in Easton.\n \n She was born July 25, 1953 in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, daughter of Dorothy Lucille Hill and the late Eugene Smith.\n \n Jean, as she was affectionately called, was educated in the public schools of Prince George's County, Maryland. After graduation she moved to Talbot County. She was employed with Plastic Tubes for 20 years, D & B Products for 5 years, Black & Decker for 2 years and Graul's for 2 years.\n \n She was a member of Bright With Pride Temple #1375 Elks Lodge of Easton, Maryland.\n \n Her favorite saying was "I'll Halla". Jean's hobbies were playing on her computer and cards. Jean was a very loved and well like person. She will be sadly missed.\n \n Survivors include her companion of 28 years whom she loved dearly, John Foster; two sons, Brian Pinder, Sr. (Pam), St. Michaels, MD and Terrez Smith (Shaina Gregory), Easton, MD; five stepchildren, Inez Pinder (Easton, MD), William Pinder (Baltimore, MD), Robert Pinder (Westover, Md), Andrea and Xenia Foster (both of Cambridge, MD); 4 grandchildren, Tyraye Wilson, Brian Pinder, Jr, Brynika Pinder and Tyreice Wilson (all of St. Michaels, MD); three step grandchildren, Derrick Trice, Jr., LaSean and Sean Raspberry (all of St. Michaels, Md); four brothers, Michael (Deborah) Smith, Washington, DC, Calvert (Tanya) Smith, New Carrollton, MD, Nathan (Wanda) Smith, Upper Marlboro, MD and Kenneth (Tammy) Smith, Bowie, MD; two sisters, Phyllis Williams (Bowie, Md) and Sandra Smith (Landover, MD); six aunts, Mary Brown, Ella, Mary, Isabelle, Matilda and Alice; two uncles, Calvert and William; a great uncle, Albert (Lucille) Swan, (Upper Marlboro, MD); a great aunt, Frances Salmon (Upper Marlboro, MD); a special niece and her fiancAC., LaShelle Smith and Eric Lewis; a close cousins, Robert Brown and a host of other nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, cousins, special friends, Dorothy Merritt, Barbara Bailey, Joyce Thomas, Vennetta Brooks, Lisa Phillips and Bonnie Chase and other friends.\n \n Services will be held on Tuesday, April 22, 2008 12noon at Union Baptist Church 233 Glenwood Avenue Easton, MD with a viewing two hours prior to the services. Elk's services will begin at 11am. Interment will be Wednesday, April 23, 2008 12 noon in Moses Cemetery, Sand Rod, Lothian, Maryland.