Colin Morris Gibson


GIBSON, Colin Morris

June 25, 1959 – August 29, 2016


Born to Jerry and Doreen Gibson in Estevan, Saskatchewan.

Survived by his loving wife Pat Gibson; Children: Blaine Wilde (Jeff), Tracey MacDonald (Matt), Scott Gibson (Sadie); mother Doreen Gibson; brothers: Moraye and Bruce (Laurel) and numerous grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Predeceased by his father Jerry, and brothers: Blaine and Leslie.

Memorial service will be held at 2:00 pm on Saturday, September 3, 2016 at Our Savior Lutheran Church, 18345 – 62 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, officiated by Pastor Phil Penrod.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests you make a monetary donation to a Mental Health program of your choice.

Location information

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Celebration of Life
Our Savior Lutheran Church

18345 - 62B Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

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Marianne Paleck (Packolyk)

Doreen & family, condolences & deepest sympathy to you & your family. Our thoughts & prayers are with you.

Clayton Korth

I was in Aircadets when Colin was in as a Lieutenant. I got to become friends with his son Scott and have alot of memories of him as an officer. He will be sadly missed by everyone.

Brenda (Flinkman ) Olson

My thoughts and prayers with the families. May your memories bring you peace. Condolences to you all

Patty Anderson

My sincerest condolences to all of you. I will always remember Colin and his brothers as an extended part of my family. We were neighbours. I had reconnected with Colin on LinkedIn. I wish I would have connected more. May your memories hold you strong and may his soul find peace. ~hugs~

Glen Gunderson

I worked for Colin when he was in Drayton, operating for Chevron. He was a little hard to get to know, he kept up quite a wall between his work and home life. I enjoyed talking with him, he was smart and was a good story teller. It was always a little crazy to work with him, he had his own way of doing things, and sometimes it wouldn’t go so well. Colin was a hard worker, a decent human being with a great sense of humor and he had a one of a kind laugh. Goodbye Colin, rest in peace.

Sheila Olson

My deepest condolences to all the family at this sad time. My prayers and thoughts are for you. May God bless you.

Tara neuberger

Though the miles kept us apart you were and will always be in my heart . My dear always amazed me how we wouldn’t see each other for years bit the moment we all were together it seemed like time had stood still. Rest peacefully now until we meet again and I will once more be there to pester you.

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