Terry Pinder McGriff, 52 of Cambridge, departed this life as a cheery, bubbly, sweet spirit on Saturday, March 1, 2008.\n \n She was born on June 10, 1955 in Cambridge, Maryland, daughter of Gloria Cephas and the late Rozzell Lee, Sr.. Terry was the fourth and most flambuoyant of six siblings. She attended school in the Dorchester County school district graduating from Cambridge High School Class of 1973 and went on to receive an Associates Degree from Chesapeake Community College. She spent most of her life in New Jersey and Florida as an Administrative professional. After returning to Cambridge in 2004 to care for her stepfather, she decided to change careers and pursue her passion for helping seniors. Her proudest professional accomplishment came in 2007 when she received her CNA designation from the Maryland Board of Nursing. Nothing could compare to her relationship with the Lord. A devote Christian she found a church home in Boca Raton, Florida and then transferred her membership to First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens, Somerset, New Jersey before rededicating herself at Zion Baptist Church, Cambridge, Maryland.\n \n Terry was married in 2004 to Walter McGriff ending in a separation as friends. During the relationship she supported two children and two grandchildren.\n \n Terry was preceded in death by her father Rozzell Lee, Sr., stepfather Donald Cephas, and a nephew Charles Sly Allen, Jr.\n \n She is survived by her mother Gloria Cephas; a sister, Deborah Lee ( Somerset, NJ); four brothers, Charles (Coramae) Pinder (Oxford, MD), Rozzell Lee (Cincinnati, OH), Kim Lee (Cambridge, MD); Donnie (Blanche) Harris (Newport News, VA); and her biggest cheerleader and favorite niece, Dee Marshall ( Newark, NJ); a nephew, Charles Pinder, Jr ( Oxford, MD); a special godchild, Inez Hawkins; a great aunt, Blonzie Swain (Chester, PA); uncles, Villard (Fannie) Stevens (Cambridge, MD), David Stevens (Salisbury, MD), Eugene Cephas (Cambridge, MD); aunts, Cynthia Sampson (Cambridge, MD), Jean Pryor (Salisbury, MD); four aunts, Vernice Badger, Gloria Killings, Alfreda Redding and Saundra Opher (all of New Jersey) and a host of cousins, extended family and friends.\n \n Funeral services will be held on Friday, March 7, 2008, 11am at Zion Baptist Church 600 Cross St Cambridge, MD with a viewing two hours prior to the services. Interment will follow in Bethel Cemetery.