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Carol Elizabeth Frances (nee Thompson) Gibson

Carol Elizabeth Frances (nee Thompson) Gibson

Carol Elizabeth Frances Gibson (nee Thompson), beloved wife, loving mother, caring sister and loyal friend, passed away at age 78 on July 3rd at Hospice Halifax. Born in Charlottetown, PEI to Katherine Caseley and Stanley Thompson, Carol grew up with older brothers Tom (Carmen) and Leith. She studied at Prince of Wales College and Mount Allison University. She met and fell in love with Gary Gibson from New Brunswick and after getting married in 1962, they moved to Ottawa & welcomed 3 children: Karen, Graham & Scott. In 1973 the family moved to Colby Village in Dartmouth where they lived happily until her passing. Carol loved her family and her neighbourhood. She worked for many years at animal hospitals & many strays found a new home with the family. Carol is survived by her loving husband, Gary; her daughter Karen, husband Andrew Creaser & grandson Ben (Dartmouth); son Graham & spouse, Jennifer Cash (Burlington); son Scott & his wife, Lee Laureano, & grandsons Jacob & Dylan (Vancouver). She is also survived by her brothers, Carmen & partner Mervin (Calgary), and Leith (Charlottetown); her in-laws: Nancy & Gurney Trites (Shediac), David & Judy Gibson (Rothesay), Linda & Brian Reid (Hampton); Alan & Carolyn Gibson (Halifax); life-long family friend Susan Saint Diamond (Edmonton) and Barb (& David) MacNevin (Charlottetown). Carol was predeceased by her sister-in-law, Joan Thompson earlier this spring. The family wishes to thank the wonderful staff & volunteers at Hospice Halifax for their compassionate care of Carol & her family. Visitation is on Wed, July 10, 7-9pm and July 11, 10am-1pm. The Celebration of Life memorial service follows at 1pm on July 11 at Atlantic Funeral Home, 767 Main St, Dartmouth. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to https://hospicehalifax.ca/donate-now/.





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