Mr. Kelvin “Kal” Lee Murray was born on July 7, 1967 to the late Mildred and Hardy C. Murray. On the evening of Thursday, September 16, 2021, the Good Lord called our Kal to his Heavenly Home. Kal was baptized and accepted our Lord Jesus Christ as his Savior at Jericho United Methodist Church.
After receiving his education through the Colleton County School District, Kal worked as a Lawn Care Worker with the Colleton County Board of Disabilities and Special Needs for over 20 years.
Kal had a very strong determination to do just what Kal wanted to do! Kal loved playing basketball and when he was up to it, he would play a good game with KiJuan. Kal and KiJuan enjoyed talking about sports all the time. Kal was an avid lover of basketball, football and wrestling. He watched wrestling every Friday night, and he loved his Los Vegas Raiders, Golden State Warriors, and LA Lakers.
He was preceded in death by his loving parents, Mildred and Hardy C. Murray; his loving Momma Ella Mae White who loved and cared for him most of his life; and his brother, Harris B. White.
His loving memories will be cherished by: his loving and special sister who was his caretaker, Alice White Mikel; his loving brother, Jerry (Michelle) Murray, and his loving niece and nephews, Jenny (Kevin) Garrett, Michale (Alicia) Murray, and Clance Murray; his loving brothers, Ernest (Felician) White and James (Pamela) White. His loving and special cousin who was like his sister, Kimberly White-Footman; his loving and special cousins, Erick Mikel, Tammy Carson, Frances Johnson, Rosa Lee Brock and Carolyn Gadson. Kal’s loving and special little cousin/nephew, KiJuan R. Footman. He loved some Kiara, Autrel, Kaitlyn and Kristopher. His loving uncles, Nathaniel Smalls and Rev. Madison (Mattie) Murray; his loving aunts, Celia Tilghman and Lizzie Washington.
Kal had special people in his life that he acknowledged and they acknowledged him. Kal would always tease Margaret Farmer and Laverne Middleton at Jericho by calling them “little women”. Kal loved joking around with people all the time! Kal was very fond of Rev. Dash and she was very fond of him as well. Rev. Dash gave him the name “Boss Man” and Kal loved that and wore his tee shirt that she had made for him with great pride! Kal had special friends that he would talk to all the time on the phone and they were: Tammy Magwood, Jessica Stephens, and Kevin Holmes.
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