Scott Douglas GIBSON

Oro Valley, Arizona


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GIBSON, Scott Douglas With sadness we announce that Scott Gibson died on July 31, 2018. He was born June 2, 1956, in Kirksville, MO, to Beverly S. Gibson and the late Everett W. Gibson. He is survived by his mother, Beverly; his wife, Brooke Schweitzer; children, Callie and Clay (Stacey);...

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I was a FIJI pledge in 1976 when I met you.
You will be missed.
Fred Sutter, ,Jr.

So many fond memories of Scott as members of the Tucson Parks Foundation. What a fun guy, great person and delight to be around. "Tommy can you hear me".
You will be missed!

Scott will be remember for the kind and generous man he was. I good friend in my college days and a great resource in legal advice. Always great to be around and willing to go the distance in friendship. May his family find comfort in that he touch so many.

Over the years I witnessed many different ways that Scott helped his children, Callie and Clay. He was instrumental in setting them up in their careers during their young adult life. Callie and Clay, you were blessed to have such an awesome dad. Although it was cut short much too soon, gratitude
helps heal the soul. May God help you both to heal the pain of this loss.
Beverly's friend from Phoenix,
Marilyn McClanahan

Our family will never forget the delicious meals served at the St. Mark's Presbyterian Family Camp up at the Montlure Camp in Greer, Arizona. Scott, along with Charlie Ambrose and Rob Selby prepared gourmet meals that filled the body and the soul.
We write these words with our most sincere wishes for a time of healing and comfort for Scott's family members.

Scott, you smile and positive outlook will be just some of the memories I will carry in my heart. We had many good times at Uod A shaping the chapter. I was so happy to hand over the Presidency to you back in the day.

Rest in peace,

Don Lawrenz

Rest in peace dear friend.

I met Scott at the U of A in the mid 70's. He was in the same Fiji pledge class as my husband and also was a 'hasher' at my sorority. We moved to Cincinnati after graduation, but got together with Scott a couple of times when he was at Capitol. Then our contact was the annual Christmas card thing until 2011. We started visiting Tucson yearly at that point and always got together with Scott when we were out there. He was not much changed from college - friendly, outgoing and fun loving. ...