Camilla “Kay” Redd Gunter

July 5, 1936 - September 22, 2020

07/05/1936 - 09/22/2020

CHESAPEAKE – Camilla Redd “Kay” Gunter, 84, went home to be with her Lord on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. Kay was born in Norfolk to the late William and Mabel Groves Redd. She was a member of Spurgeon Baptist Church in Norfolk and the Baptist Women’s Union. Kay had worked as a clerk at the Virginia Beach Courthouse, Juvenile division.
Left to cherish her memory is her loving husband of 65 years, George L. Gunter; daughter, Karen G. Head (Mike) of Kitty Hawk, NC; son, Raymond Gunter (Terri) of Virginia Beach; brother, Louis Redd (Sandy) of Lynchburg, VA; grandchildren, Melissa, Geoff, Dalton, Ray Jr., Louis, and Marley; great grandchildren, Nate, Ellie, and Ryann; and a host of other family and friends.
Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association (www.alz.com) To express condolences to the family please visit www.altmeyerfh.com.

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Charles and Sallie
2 months ago

Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole family.she is with the Lord and enjoying the wonders of heaven. Charlie and Sallie ( a former pastor )

Edith Anderson
2 years ago

I am so sadden to hear if the passing of such a grand and loving woman of God. Kay had a kind personna and very humble. The perfect hostess. God bless the family during this time.

Terry Wamsley
2 years ago

George and family I as so sorry to hear of your loss. Kaye was a wonderful person to know. May our God be with you during this time.

Kaye & Jonnie Allen
2 years ago

I have been missing you already Kay. You were a great friend and I appreciate you & George so very much! God’s blessings to George, Karen, Mike, Ray, Terry and those grand children & brother Kay lived so much! Such a great lady!❤️

Dave and Sandra Spicer
2 years ago

George,
I was so sorry to hear of Kay’s passing. She was such a wonderful “Lady”, always with a smile. I so enjoyed knowing her at Spurgeon, singing with her in the choir. She always had a beautiful spirit and a kind word. You and your family are in our prayers.

Ben Brooks
2 years ago

Gunter Family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Winter and I will never forget being so delighted to see George and Kay at our wedding. It was so thoughtful of them to make the long trip. I also have such fond memories of those days growing up in Point O’ View. We couldn’t have asked for better neighbors. And mom won’t ever forget me, all of 6 or 7 years old at the time, asking why she couldn’t make her soft-boiled eggs as good as Mrs. Gunter’s. Please accept our condolences. Your family will always be special to us.

The Brooks Family (Ben and Winter; Harry and Raedy; and Harry III)

Grisel Davila-Porrata
2 years ago

Mrs Kay was a Wonderful lady. A great Friend and I was sorry that C19 happen. Not being able to visit her was sad. I have many great Memories. She was one of a kind. I loved her and enjoyed my time with her. God bless her always. Rip and see you later. Spurgeon Baptist Church a Great Singer , Teacher about God and spirit was Great.

Richard Quintilone
2 years ago

Noble George, I am so sorry for your loss and had a special place in my heart for you and your Lady.
Fraternally,

Lisa Green
2 years ago

Karen, I’m sorry to read of your mothers passing. I have wonderful memories of her when were in elementary school. She was such a good cook, I loved her lasagna on Friday nights. My father always lit up when speaking of seeing her at the Courthouse. She was a beautiful woman. Wishing you peace and blessings and wonderful memories.

Beverly Groves Kane
2 years ago

I’m shocked to learn of the passing of Kay . April use to stay in touch with Kay and would keep me up to date on how her and her family were doing . She was a wonderful woman . May God comfort all of you at this time . Love Beverly