Robert Frederick Potter affectionately known as "Pumpy" was called to rest at his home with his wife at his side on Thursday, June 25, 2009.\n \n Pumpy was born June 22, 1925 in Talbot County, Maryland, son of the late Charles Edward Sr. and the late Eleanor Potter.\n \n He was educated in the Talbot County Public School System and worked for the Town of Easton Public Works for 50 years. He retired in 1997.\n \n He was joined in Holy matrimony to Georgetta Green and they remained as husband and wife for 46 years. Pumpy joined Union Baptist Church as a youth. He loved to sing and give God the praise through song. He was one of the original Twilight Jubilee Singers. As a teenager, he started a children's choir with his little sisters. He was one of the oldest members of the Mass Choir of Union Baptist Church. With his enjoyment of singing, he was able to start other singing groups in this area.\n \n He also started the Talbot Royal Motor Cycle Club and the C.B. Club. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by seven sisters and five brothers.\n \n He leaves to cherish memories his wife a�" Georgetta Potter, two sisters- Pastor Geretta Carr (Cleveland, Ohio), Hattie Newbill (Easton, MD); three brothers, Clarence Potters, Sr. (Cot), Rev. Randolph Potters, Sr. (Janice) and Marvin Potters, Sr. (all of Cleveland, Ohio); four sisters in-law, Dorethea Elliott (Randolph), Geraldine Brummell, Pearl Brooks, Mary Morris (Earnest); one brother in-law, Norman Green and a host nieces, great great nephews, cousins and many, many friends.\n \n Funeral services will be held on Thursday, July 2, 2009, 1pm at Union Baptist Church 223 Glenwood Ave Cambridge, MD with a viewing two hours prior to the services. Interment in Richard's Memorial Park. Condolences sent to www.henryfuneralhomepa.com.