Edith Colleen Gibson

  • "I was deeply saddened to hear about Colleen Gibson passing...."
    - Patty Geddes
  • "Colleen you are already missed by so many you left behind..."
    - Gina Thone
  • "Fond Memories on your first heavenly birthday Mama. ..."
    - Carolyn Elmore
  • "You were eight when I came crying into your life. As an..."
    - Eric Hall
  • "Life would be much different without you in all of our..."
    - Jason Gibson
Service Information
Forest Lawn - Covina Hills
21300 Via Verde Drive
Covina, CA
91724
(800)-204-3131
Obituary

Mrs. Edith Colleen Gibson, 94, a resident of San Dimas Retirement community in San Dimas, California, passed away May 1, 2019, at home. Mrs. Gibson was born in Holt, Florida, where she resided until 1963 when she moved to Los Angeles, California. She lived in Southern California for the remainder of her life in Los Angeles, Santa Ana and San Dimas.

She is survived by her four children: Carolyn (and Rick) Elmore of La Verne, CA, Claude (and Minnie) Gibson of Senoia, GA, Clint (and Christine) Gibson of North Las Vegas, NV and Carl (and Juliana) Gibson of Mission Viejo, CA. Five brothers Eric, Dean, Carl, Jess and David Hall and her sister in life, Mrs. Joann Hall; Fifteen grandchildren, eighteen great grandchildren and one great great granddaughter and numerous loving nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by two brothers Rodney Legrand Hall and Dale Patrick Hall and two sisters Virginia Mae Trawick and Erie June Lassiter.

Funeral services and burial will be at Forest Lawn Covina, California on May 13, 2019. Pallbearers will be her eight grandsons: Joseph, Josh, Jason, Kyle, Jordan, Sam, Keith Gibson and RJ Elmore and a White Dove Release by her four granddaughters: Maria Rosso, Lesley Whitaker, Ashley Tejedor and Heather Munson, with a Bugler and reading at the gravesite.
Published in Santa Rosa Press Gazette from May 5 to June 4, 2019
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