Nina Gardner Gibson

September 9, 1942March 24, 2020

Nina Gardner Gibson, 77, a resident of Jamestown passed away on Tuesday March 24, 2020 at Wesley Long Hospital. She was born September 9, 1942 in Mt. Holly the daughter of the late Brooks Joseph and Margie Trull Gardner. Nina graduated from Page High School, the Class of 1961. It was there where she met the love of her life, Larry Gibson and they were married October 23, 1961. She worked for many years in the medical field as an LPN and administrator at assisted living facilities, the last one being Whitestone. She is survived by her husband Larry; children, Steve (Dottie), Cindy; grandchildren, Stephanie Clewis (Shane), Dallas Gibson, Cage Harrell; great grandson, Gabriel Clewis; sisters, Martha Forehand, Mary Robbins, Barbara Wolfe and brothers, Joe Gardner and John Gardner. Graveside services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday at Guilford Memorial Park conducted by Pastor Vernon Adams.


  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, March 28, 2020


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Anna Otwell

March 26, 2020

Dear family,
I am saddened for you all and will be lifting you up in prayer. I knew Nina when I was running around with Mary and John. She was always kind to me another pesky teenager but I have always thought she was so beautiful and loved to see her when at Mary's. A bubbly personality and I was made to feel like another sister. I will never forget her and Mama Margie. Someday I will sing and shout as we walk through Heaven together.

Joni Gibson

March 26, 2020

I remember coming to your house when mama Gibson passed away and you kept wanting to feed me and mother. You will be missed Aunt Nina. RIP.🙏🙏

Mary Gardner Robbins

March 26, 2020

Cindy this is so hard to take.. Nina was a great sister ... I know how this must hurt. . She was there anytime I needed her... She will be missed by missed by many... She is in heaven with our momma and daddy now... take care.

Kay Frazier

March 25, 2020

Larry, Steve, and Cindy...I have such fond memories of Nina. She was a kind lady with a wonderful sense of humor. She loved with her whole being. Although it has been many years since I have seen or talked with her, she left an impression on my heart that will last a lifetime. Praying for you all as I know your hearts are broken. There will be an empty chair but her spirit will remain! Hold on to the memories and each other! I love y’all! ♥️