Alfred G. GIBSON
1947 - 2013
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GIBSON, Alfred G.
Alfred G. Gibson, age 65 of Westbrook, passed away on Sunday (February 17, 2013) suddenly at home. He was born in New London, CT on July 29, 1947 to Patricia (O'Shea) Gibson of Westbrook and the late Elmer Gibson. Al was a U.S. Army Veteran serving in Vietnam, which he was very proud of. After his time in the service he was a Commercial Fisherman for most of his life on the shoreline. Al was very active in the American Legion and well known locally. He is survived by his daughter Susan Jensen of Huntsville, AL; one brother Jack Gibson, and two sisters Mary Greenlaw and Cathy Damto all of Florida. He is also survived by his two grandchildren Angelica Hart and Caitlin Hart, both of Huntsville, AL.
Memorial Services will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made in lieu of flowers to West Roxbury Veterans Hospital spinal cord injury wing, 1400 Pkwy., West Roxbury MA 02132. Please visit www.swanfuneralhomeoldsaybrook.com for tributes and condolences. The Swan Funeral Home, Old Saybrook is in care of arrangements.





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Published in Hartford Courant on Feb. 21, 2013.
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February 9, 2014
To the Gibson family: It has been almost on year of Alfred's passing. He was very much loved with lots of friends. Alfred was my best friend and loved very much. I miss him greatly. With love to his family Linda Brooks. (Shorty)!!!
March 9, 2013
My deepest sympathy for your loss. Al was my "brother" in Vietnam. He was my squad leader and taught me what I needed to know to make it home. He will be with me always with me.....he is not gone, he is "just walking point" for the rest of us.
Garry Root
March 5, 2013
To all of the Gibson family, my deepest sympathy for your loss. Afred will always be part of many wonderful childhood memories of visits to Old Saybrook with all of you. May he rest in peace.
With Love.
Bobbi Kolesar (Koos)
February 28, 2013
sorry for your loss

terry swain
February 25, 2013
To the Gibson family you have my deepest sympathy I was very sorry to hear of the loss of your love one may God give you strength and comfort in the days ahead. Dorothy Anderson
Old Saybrook,CT
February 24, 2013
Alfred was much loved by all of his family and friends. Alfred was a loving uncle to my five children, going out of his way to spend time with them when they were children. Even as an adult when we would return to OS on vacation, no visit was complete without seeing, "Uncle Alfred and Gramma." Alfred was a loving and caring son to his aged mother. Keeping a clean and loving home for her. We will miss him so very much. Love you Al
Penny McFarland
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