Mary Elizabeth Atkins was born on April 14, 1922 to late Albert Atkins and Ella Brown. She was the eighth child of nine siblings. Mary known to all as Liz was born in Marion Station, Maryland. She attended and graduated from the Somerset County Public schools in Marion Station, Maryland.\n \n As a child Aunt Liz loved to sing. It has been said by many, that when Aunt Liz sang, she sounded like a song bird. After leaving home, she started her career in the domestic field of work. She traveled and lived in Chester Pa. and Philadelphia Pa. In her return to the Eastern Shore, she met and married Lynwood Pinder. There were no children from this union. As a widow Aunt Liz settled in Cambridge, Maryland where she renewed her love for Christ and joined Bethel A.M.E. Church in Cambridge, Md. She was called home February 9, 2013.\n \n Preceding her death were her two sisters; Marie Atkins, Lily Atkins, Mabel Atkins, Lena Howard, and four brothers; James, Joshua, Leon and George Atkins and a close friend Val.\n \n She leaves to mourn her, a host of nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, a Godson David Henry, friends and Ava Henry which visited her often while at Pines Center in Easton, Md.\n \n Services will be held on Monday, February 18, 2013 1pm at Henry Funeral Home PA with a viewing one hour prior to service. Interment in Bethel Cemetery.