Russell Pinder, 69, of Cambridge died Tuesday, June 27, 2016 in Easton at the House of the Pines.\n \n\n 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.\n \n\n 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.\n \n\n Russell leaves to cherish fond memories three daughters: Yolanda Hall (Rodney), Michelle Sampson (Staccato), and Anissa Pinder (Harry); 2 sisters: Alverta Pinder-Cross (Steve) and Ruth Pinder Stanley (Benjamin); 2 brothers: Leon Pinder (Doris) and John Pinder; 5 grandchildren: Jasmine Davis (Tyree), Rodneshia Hall, Harry Rosario, Jr., Charelle Hall, and Andre Rosario; 1 brother-in-law: Eugene Burton (Cheryl); 1 sister-in-law: Detra Brison-Norman (James); and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.\n \n\n In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife Virginia Pinder in 2013; 1 sister Rosalie Pinder Woolford; and 2 brothers: Henry Marshall and Joseph Pinder.