Gregory L. Gibbons


Gregory L. Gibbons, 59, of St. Bernice, passed away in Union Hospital Gibson Hospice Unit In Terre Haute on Friday, May 10, 2019, at 4:55 p.m., with his family at his side.
He was born in Terre Haute on September 26, 1959, to Warren "Tom" Gibbons and Mildred Hutson Gibbons.
He was employed by several railroads and he retired from doing track maintenance at Indiana Railroad after 42 years of service.
He was preceded in death by his parents and by a brother, Jerry W. Gibbons.
He was married to Dorothy Gilbert Gibbons on July 30, 1977, and she survives him. In addition he is survived by a daughter, Monica (Shawn Robison) Gibbons of St. Bernice; sons, Matthew Gibbons and Mason Gibbons, both of St. Bernice; brother, Donnie (Sharon) Gibbons of Terre Haute; sister, Debbie Taylor of Bedford; grandchildren, Cedric Gibbons, Jager Robison, Alex Gibbons and Gavin Clore; and several nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be on Wednesday, May 15, 2019, from noon to 2 p.m., at Frist Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Sugar Grove Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Parke-Vermillion Humane Society. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home.
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Melissa at ipu
May 14, 2019
I took care of him melissa at ipu he was very sweet thank you foe letting me take of him .
Allen Thomas and Sharon Fields
May 14, 2019
There is no death only a change of worlds.In the language of the Lakota Sioux there is no word for good bye it is until we meet aging my friend ,until we meet again.ATThomas,Sharon Fields.
Donnie Gibbons
May 12, 2019
My uncle was a special person. He worked very hard to support his family all these years and planned on retiring this Fall.
He was quick with a laugh and with a smile. He often worked on people’s cars for free just trying to help them out with what he was strong in.
He was the type that showed forth his love rather than speak it.
He was very much of a “Just Be” type of person.

He will never be forgotten!!