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Debbie Gibson

January 7, 1958 ~ May 25, 2022 (age 64)


In Loving Memory of
Deborah “Debbie” Lynn Gibson 
(nee Moller)
age 64
Lovingly remembered by her husband Owen, 
her sons Derrick (Elaine) Grant & Ryan (Lauren) as well as her grandchildren Aiden, Saige, Cash, Nolan, Avery and Mackenzie.

May 25, 2022
Tri Lake Health Centre
Killarney, Manitoba

In accordance with the 
families wishes a private 
family service will be held 
at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Debbie 
may be made to Killarney Services for Seniors; 
c/o Killarney Turtle Mountain Municipality, 
Box 10 Killarney, MB R0K 1G0 and 
Killarney Palliative Care; Box 5000 Killarney, 
MB R0K 1G0.

In loving memory of Deborah Lynn Gibson (Debbie) nee Moller who passed away on May 25 surrounded by family at Killarney health centre. 
Debbie is lovingly remembered by her husband Owen Gibson, her sons and their families, Derrick (Elaine) McGorman and Aiden, Grant McGorman, Saige, Cash and Nolan and Ryan (Lauren) McGorman, Avery and Mackenzie. Debbie was predeceased by her father Irwin Moller, daughter-in-law Mandy McGorman and brother-in-law Terry Gibson.
Debbie will be sadly missed by her mom Dorothy Moller, siblings Joe (Nancy) Moller, Beverly (Michael) Brown, Jane (Gord) Field, Arnold Moller, Jim (Joanne) Moller
mother-in-law Margaret Gibson, brother-in-law Kim (Rory) Gibson as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins.
Debbie was born in Gladstone, Manitoba Jan 7, 1958.  She attended school in Plumas and Gladstone, MB.  Debbie was raised on the family farm with her siblings where she learned a strong work ethic which stayed with her for everything she did.  Debbie had 3 sons and lived in Arden, MB until 1996 when she moved to Waskada, MB after marrying Owen Gibson.  She had her own cleaning business which was one of her favourite things to do.  They lived there until 2011 when they moved to Killarney mb where Debbie again started another cleaning business.  Debbie thoroughly enjoyed setting up her new yard where she cut down trees, planted more trees and made numerous flower gardens.  Debbie had an incredible green thumb and could make any plant or tree grow.
Watering, gardening and cutting grass were among her favourite things to do but most of all she enjoyed spending time with her boys and playing with her grandchildren.
In 2016 Debbie was diagnosed with lung cancer for which she fought a courageous battle but at 64 lost her battle with brain cancer.  She will be sadly missed by everyone she knew and most of all by her loving husband Owen who cared for her with all his heart until her passing.

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