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Gibson, Jack

In Loving Memory

Gibson, Jack R.

July 21, 1989 - May 1, 2024

passed away on Wednesday, May 1, 2024.

Loving son of Keith and Karen Gibson (nee Zehnbauer); beloved brother of Tyler Gibson; dearest nephew of Tonia (the late David) Oppliger, Bonnie (Bob) Risby, Randy Gibson, Barbara (Tim Buchman) Zehnbauer, Linda (Jude Bublitz) Zehnbauer, Eric Zehnbauer and the late Mark Zehnbauer; dear cousin of Becky, Rob, Robbie, Jimmy, Brandi, Lauren, Jason, Justin and Rachel.

Jack was a 2008 graduate of Bishop DuBourg.  He was very witty and would make you laugh and light up a room.

Visitation Thursday, May 9, 4:00 – 8:00 p.m. at KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois Rd. and Friday, May 10, 10:00 a.m. until Service 11:00 a.m. at Lutheran Church of Webster Gardens, 8749 Watson Rd.  Interment St. Paul Churchyard.


6 thoughts on “Gibson, Jack R.”

  1. Jack was my neighbor twice,, and my Xbox friend… He was always very kind and respectful towards my dog and I, and we enjoyed talking to him About his world of tanks and call of duty. He will be missed. He died way too young.

  2. Jack was a special friend, nephew, and godson. He could always make you laugh even if it was at yourself. He loved nature, photography, video games, good food, his friends and family. He often commented about his great parents and about having “the most wonderful brother in the world.” He will be missed but never forgotten.

  3. Jack Rex, I can’t believe that you are gone. As kids you were always full of energy and I can still see you and Uncle Mark laughing hysterically at Grandma Z’s. I can remember you running all over place during holidays when we use to all get together to celebrate. Although we didn’t get to see each other growing up much. The memories we had are still there. Rest in peace Cuz. You will be missed by everyone who ever had the privilege to know you. 🙏

    Sending my deepest condolences to Aunt Karen, Uncle Keith, and Tyler. May the Lord be with you and guide you through this difficult time. Love you all!

    • I remember Jack as a 2nd grader. He was smart, witty, fun, kind, respectful, seeking knowledge and adorable. Oh, to be 8 years old again. It was delightful to share each day with him! May he rest in Jesus’ arms filled with love and peace..
      ❤️ His 2nd grade teacher

  4. Rode the school bus three years with Jack. Every day my cheeks would hurt from laughing so much, those are some of my favorite memories.


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