OBITUARY

Dollie M. Gibson

May 19, 1929September 5, 2018

Dollie Gibson, 89, of Pierce, passed away on Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at her home. She was born at home in Briggsdale, Colorado to Ben and Pearl Konig on May 19, 1929.

She grew up in the Briggsdale/Grover area, and after high school, moved to Denver where she attended and graduated from Business School. Dollie met and married Allen Gibson on March 15, 1955 in Gehring, Nebraska.

After marrying Allen, they lived in Grover, then moved to southern California. They returned to make their home in Pierce in 1969. After Allen's death in 1979, she moved away for a short while and came back to Pierce in 1989. She became a bartender and worked at Moose Lodge 2280 in Pierce, Dick's in Ault and finally at the Merry Go Round in Ault until her retirement in May of 1993.

Dollie is a lifetime member of the VFW.

Dollie is survived by daughters, Sharon (Dennis) Beecroft of Fargo, ND, Debbie (Allen) Boston of Buckeye, AZ, Angela (Jim) Michal of Ault CO and Sandy (John) Duke of Myersville, MD; son, Ben Gibson of Boulder, CO; 11 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren She was preceded in death by her husband Allen, her mother and father and her two brothers. A graveside service will be held on Monday, Sept 17 at 1:00 PM at Home of Peace Cemetery in Grover, Colorado. Friends and family will then gather at the Ault VFW from 4:00 to 7:00 pm.

Services

  • Graveside Service Monday, September 17, 2018
REMEMBERING

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Denise Heinz (Mason)

September 17, 2018

Oh my gosh, I just was looking at a friends in here and noticed Dolly.
I have so many wonderful memories of this wonderful woman.
When I was younger I remember the great times we all had staying over at her house in Pierce. Memories I will never forget.
One for sure, it was pretty cold and we were all in the basement and turned on the electric blanket and being kids we neglected to turn it off. It caught fire and did some damage. Dolly never did give us very much of a hard time at all.
Dolly you will be missed I am very sure. Please say hello to my mom. I'm sure you will both have tons to chat about.



Cindy Keever

September 12, 2018

Aunt dolly was a very sweet wonderful person. She had a sweet smile for everyone. If you ever needed someone to talk to she was always there. Her and my dad had alot of good times together and they were always there for one another. I will miss her so much. Fly with dad and everyone up there. You will be missed so much. Love ya aunt dolly and say hi to dad for me.

Sara Borin

September 12, 2018

FROM THE FAMILY