George D. MacGibbon DDS
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MacGibbon, George D. DDS age 89 of Minnetonka, died peacefully at his home Oct. 24, 2013. George attended Kenwood School and West High. He served in the Army in England, France and Germany during WWII, returned to graduate from the U of M dental school, was a member of Chi Psi and Delta Sigma Delta Fraternities, practiced dentistry in Mpls for over 60 years, taught many years at the U of M dental school as his father before him, served on numerous committees and as president of the Minneapolis District Dental Society and was selected dentist of the year. Enjoyed tennis, skiing, golf, sailing, music and their Alexandria lake cabin. Loved his family and many friends. Preceded in death by parents, Dr. E.E. and Lucinda; brother, John (Evelyn); brothers-in-law, William Conroy and Charles Bailey; and son-in-law, Chuck Burns. Survived by loving wife of 63 years, Nancy Lasley MacGibbon; children, Judy (Brett Alexander), Peggy Burns, Doug, and Duncan (Cindy); grandchildren, Matt, Maya, Benjamin, and Lindsey; sisters, Jean Conroy and Ann Bailey; brother, Duncan, MD (Jan); step grandson, Daniel (Sara) Burns and great-grandchildren, Charles, Stuart, Hannah, Aidan, and Haley; many nieces and nephews, and numerous other family and friends. Memorials to donor's choice. Interment Fort Snelling Cemetery 10:20 AM Friday, Nov. 1. Memorial service Friday, Nov. 1 at noon at Hopkins Chapel, visitation 1/2 hour preceding service at: www.Washburn-McReavy.com Strobeck Johnson Chapel 1400 Mainstreet, Hopkins 952 938-9020
This obituary was originally published in the Star Tribune.

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Published in Star Tribune from Oct. 27 to Oct. 30, 2013.
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November 19, 2013
Dr. George came to work with Dr. Matsan about 17 years ago. I used to bring my little baby girl with me to work on Friday's when Dr. Matsan was gone. Dr. George loved seeing Hannah. We talked about this for years. Wonderful memories of a GREAT man!!!
My last conversation with him involved his experiences in WW2. I had so much respect and love for George. He will be missed. Love to you all!!!
Denise Neukircher
November 1, 2013
George- or "Uncle George" - was always so kind, generous, and welcoming. He was my first and best dentist that I ever had. My regret is that our families did not spend more time with each other. George and Nancy were always so supportive and kind- the best family anyone could wish for! On behalf of all the Lasleys -I wish the MacGibbon family our deepest condolences at this time. Love and blessings always, Susan Lasley Saly
Susan Lasley Saly
October 29, 2013
My dear Lake Le Homme Dieu neighbor will be missed. George was a good and kind man. May Nancy and all the MacGibbon clan find strength and peace in the love of family and warm embrace of friends.
Hiram Champlin
October 28, 2013
I have never known any individual as unique as my Uncle George. He was intelligent, witty,and oh so funny, a true gentleman in every sense of the word. I will miss him so very much.
Jeff Wooldridge
October 28, 2013
George's father was my first Dentist as they were the back door neighbors to my Grandmother who lived on the corner of Logan and Mount Curve in Minneapolis. George became my dentist right after he joined his fathers practice in the Medial arts building and He was my dentist until he retired a few years ago. I always looked forward to our visits, when I had my appointments. An unusual attitude considering it was a dentist appointment. We also shared many stories about Alexandria as my family still has their cottage on Lake Darling. He was a joy to be with and he will be missed. My prayers are with his family in their time of loss.
Court MacFarlane
October 27, 2013
What a wonderful man! My regret is not spending as much time with you as I wish I could have. Our time together at the lake was pure joy! Uncle George, you will be missed by us and so many others.
Robert Reid & Family
October 27, 2013
Our best to Peggy and the family. His humor was outstanding and his courage unwavering.
Stephen/Rita Pesavento
October 27, 2013
One of my favorite people - just a joy to be with. George, rest in peace.
Steve Litton
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