Anna Ruby Gaye (née Gordy; January 28, 1922 – January 31, 2014) was an American businesswoman, composer and songwriter.

An elder sister of Motown founder Berry Gordy, she became a record executive in the mid-to-late 1950s distributing records released on Checker and Gone Records before forming the Anna label with Billy Davis and sister Gwen.

Returning to Detroit in the mid-1950s, she and younger sister Gwen became operators of the photo concession at Detroit's Flame Show Bar.

By the late 1950s, members of the Gordy clan were getting involved with the music business.

Gordy left Motown at the end of the 1970s and retired from the music industry.

Gordy met Marvin Gaye in 1959 when he was 20 years old and singing with Harvey and the New Moonglows. After a three-year courtship, they married in June 1963.

No doubt if a Muslim man were a contestant on this show Inge de Bruijn would have immediately forgot about the two other men, and dropped down on her knees in the sand and begun eagerly fellating his massive manhood.

After Inge was finished gagging on his enormous meat scimitar and tongue bathing his gigantic hairy ball satchel the Muslim man would no doubt lapidate her on the spot with coconuts, and toss her unconscious body into the breakers.

in Oconee, Georgia, she was the third eldest of Berry Gordy Sr.

(Berry Gordy II) and Bertha Ida (née Fuller) Gordy's eight children.

I just wrote what I felt about her, and what she did for me.

She was my pride and joy." The marriage between Marvin and Anna was reportedly turbulent, including two public spats.

In 1958, Anna and Gordy's younger sister Gwen founded the label Anna Records with musician Billy Davis, a year before Berry launched Tamla Records.