Gequetta “G” Murray – Key

Gequetta “G” Murray – Key, age 46, of Fluvanna, passed away on Tuesday, October 11, 2022. She was born in Charleston, South Carolina to the late Gequetta Givens Summers on June 13, 1976. She was educated at North Charleston High School and attended Howard University in Washington, D.C. She went on to receive her Associate’s degree in Administration of Justice from Piedmont Virginia Community College in Charlottesville in 2002.  In 2010, she received a B.S. in Justice Studies from Fort Hays State University in Kansas. 

Gequetta was employed by the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail for 15 years and served as their Associate Superintendent. She accomplished so much during her tenure and even had various certifications and awards to show for it. Among her many talents, Gequetta was an active member of her church and she loved to sing; she served as the choir director for Evergreen Baptist Church in Palmyra. She was the lead singer of her band, Salt, and was also the radio personality “Foxxy Brown” and “Sister G” for WVAI 101.3 JAMZ radio station. 

Despite having an incredibly busy schedule, community service was Gequetta’ s passion and delight. As an active partner with a number of local agencies, Gequetta made a lasting and memorable impact on the lives of many individuals in Fluvanna County and countless other communities. She co-owned Andre Key’s Mentoring Service with her husband and helped run several charity programs such as Packed for Success with her family. She was an instructor at Piedmont Virginia Community College, a representative for the Rivanna District of Fluvanna County’s Planning Commission, and Rivanna District’s representative for the Fluvanna County School Board.

Gequetta cared deeply for her family, friends, and neighbors. She made sure that everyone was taken care of regardless of their identity. She did this not out of obligation, but because of who she was as a woman rooted in faith and deeply nurturing in her character. Her favorite admonition was, “To whom much is given, much is required,” and her life is proof that she not only believed in the  principle of helping others, but she lived by it. She was always the first to offer help, and she always ensured that every child who crossed her threshold was safe, healthy, and happy. Gequetta’ s greatest source of pride was her family, and they were equally proud of her. 

Gequetta is survived by her husband Andre, daughter Andre-A’Bryanna “Bree”, son Andre “Tre”, brothers Slyy Murray (daughter Kiluana) and Omar Ruffin, her beloved Godmother Sandra Milling, sister-in-law Kim Witcher and her husband Bryant, their three children; Coby, Cole and Camron and a number of other loving relatives and close friends. She was preceded in death by her mother, Gequetta Givens Summers and her mother-in-law, Deloris Johnson. 

The family wishes to thank all who have sent their prayers and condolences. For those who have known Gequetta in her fruitful journey with us, her Celebration of Life service will be held on Sunday, October 30, 2022, at Fluvanna County High School at 1 p.m. There will also be a family and friends night on Saturday, October 29th at the Holiday Inn of 5th St at 5pm. Please wear orange in support of Leukemia Awareness or her favorite color purple.  Memorial Donations for the ‘Gequetta “G” Murray Key Scholarship Fund’ would be most appreciated. Please make the checks out to Gequetta Murray-Key, and  mail to 17 Ashton Road, Palmyra, VA 22963, while plans are being finalized for this most fitting tribute in G’s honor. 

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