After serving nearly 14 years with Gloucester County government, its deputy county administrator, Garrey Curry, will leave at the end of this year to take a job as county administrator for Rappahannock County, an area of just over 7,000 people northwest of Culpeper. He will begin his duties there on Jan. 1, 2018.
Curry said the move will be bittersweet, as he has developed so many friendships during his tenure in Gloucester. However, an avid hiker and lover of the mountains, he is thrilled to be heading to an area where he and his family can better enjoy their favorite pastimes.
He stressed his move from Gloucester was really for no other reason than to change to a geographical area that was more fitting for his family. He said this was a good time for the move as his youngest child will graduate from high school at the end of this school year. “The timing made sense to not impact our kids so much,” he added.
Curry had been looking around seeking out vacancies in the w...
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