John E. Pindell, 78

Steel co. supervisor

October 23, 2007

John E. Pindell, a retired steel company supervisor and former Perry Hall resident, died in his sleep Thursday at a hospital in Conway, S.C. He was 78 and had lived in Santee, S.C.

Mr. Pindell was born in Baltimore and raised in Essex and Middle River. He attended Baltimore County public schools. During the Korean War he enlisted in the Navy and served as a cook aboard the USS Fox.

After being discharged, Mr. Pindell returned to Baltimore and earned his General Educational Development diploma, family members said.

Mr. Pindell worked as a supervisor for 30 years at the old Eastern Stainless Steel Co. in East Baltimore until retiring in 1979.

A resident of Santee since 1987, Mr. Marks was an avid fisherman and a former member of the Perry Hall Fishing Club. He was also a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Perry Hall.

He was a Mason and a member of the Tall Cedars of Lebanon, and had attended church at Essex United Methodist Church.

Services are private.

Surviving are his wife of 48 years, the former Mary Banz; a son, John J. Pindell of Santee; a daughter, Carol L. Gonzalez of Anniston, Ala.; a brother, Kenneth Pindell of Essex; a sister, Muriel Sova of Essex; two grandchildren; and a great-grandson.

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