Sharon K. Pinder, also known as “Grandma” to many, who she couldn’t claim on her taxes, was called home to our Lord and Savior at the age of 65. Residing in her Cambridge home, she nurtured and cared for many. This is also where she met her untimely departure at ten o clock, Thursday evening in the comfort of her own home peacefully in her sleep.\n \n\n She was born on February 27, 1951 to the late Catherine Pinder and Thurlee Pinder. Sharon attended Maces Lane High School, where she received her High School diploma. Many may know her from her work at McDonalds, Airpax, Black and Decker, and Wal-mart.\n \n\n To many of her friends and family, Sharon Pinder was a saint continuously taking care of those in need; rather it be calling a friend to ensure they are awake for work, or sending daily reminders for others even though she would forget her own. Calling someone on a regular basis just to ask how they are doing in their everyday lives, was something Sharon did with enjoyment. She could carry on a conversation with anyone no matter who they were.\n \n\n Sharon Pinder was raised in the church as a child. Even though she was not a part of a church home as an adult, she was a God fearing women, praying before every meal and every night before going to bed. Talking to God was something Sharon both knew and enjoyed doing.\n \n\n Those left to cherish fond memories are her death is her son Jemal Pinder Sr. (Ramona Beaty-Pinder) of Lubbock, TX; her grandchildren: Jemal Pinder Jr., Shauna Pinder, Chadrick Moore, Monae Moore, Keyanna Williams, Kanice Grandsberry; cousin/ Brother Milbourne Stafford; daughter Sheena Pinder (Bean) along with many more cousins, loving family members and friends.