Marilyn B. Gibson

23 janvier 19323 novembre 2020

Marilyn B. Gibson, 88, of rural Yoder Indiana passed away on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. She was born on January 23, 1932 in Perrysburg, Ohio, a daughter of the late F. Kelsay and Mary F. (Branson) Blair. She graduated from Fairmount High School and Ball State Teacher’s College. She taught home economics and physical education. She also helped her husband on the family farm. She was a long-time member at Nine Mile United Methodist Church, Fort Wayne. In her free time, she enjoyed playing the piano and quilting. Surviving family include her son, Bryan Gibson; granddaughters, Patricia Labas and Kimberly Gibson; and brother, James Lowell Blair. Besides her parents, she was preceded in passing by her husband, Robert F. Gibson; sons, Bruce and Steven Gibson; and brother, David Blair. A private graveside service will be held at Nine Mile Maple Lawn Cemetery, Fort Wayne. Memorials may be made to Nine Mile United Methodist Church. Elzey-Patterson-Rodak Home for Funerals, Fort Wayne is handling arrangements.

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William Cook

11 novembre , 2020

Bob and Marilyn were good friends of ours, often joining our group when we all went dancing, or camping somewhere. They were a class act and two of the nicest people we were privileged to know
Bill and Sherrin Cook

Elmer Moses

11 novembre , 2020

So sorry to hear of your Mothers passing. She was such a wonderful lady and enjoyed having her as a neighbor.. Our sincere condolences. Elmer and Pam Moses

Brent Duff

9 novembre , 2020

So Sorry to learn the loss of your Mother . Your Mother and your whole family has been such good neighbors over the years to my family. Particularly to my Mother in her last few years of life .

Howard and Barbara Cantwell (Getty)

9 novembre , 2020

So sorry to hear of the passing of Marilyn, she was a wonderful lady. Loved talking to her, she loved her farm and the church. She will be missed on hamilton rd as a neighbor and a friend.

Cynthia Berning

7 novembre , 2020

Bryan, so sorry to see that your mother has passed away. I remember her and your dad when I was growing up in the neighborhood and in the farming community. Your mom was also a 4-H club leader with my mother, Barbara Coverdale, for a few years. In the past years I was able to visit with your mom over a ditching problem. I enjoyed our conversations during that time and talking about the old neighborhood. God be with you and her granddaughters during this difficult time and the months ahead.

Lisa Best

7 novembre , 2020

Marlyn has become an inspiration and cherished friend to me over the past several years. Her love for her family, church, neighbors, farming, nature, sewing, music and tennis are all things I think of when I think of Marilyn. She faced the many struggles of life with an unwavering Faith and determination. I have learned so much about strength and integrity through Marilyn.

My favorite memories are spending time singing songs with Marilyn as she played piano so beautifully. There were many late nights we would be texting as we watched our favorite tennis players from our own homes. I have missed these times this past year but will always hold them dear to my heart.

I thank God for blessing me through Marilyn. She was a remarkable woman of faith, wife, mother, grandmother and friend.

Love, Lisa Best

Sue Gruver

5 novembre , 2020

Loved hearing marilyn play at church and how she loved making her quilts