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Olive Tull Gibson
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Birth: Mar. 22, 1905
Clark County
Arkansas, USA
Death: Dec. 18, 2002
Anderson County
Texas, USA

From Tyler Morning Telegraph Dec 19, 2002
PALESTINE -- Services for Olive Gibson, 97, Palestine, are
scheduled for 3 p.m. Friday at Bailey & Foster Funeral Home
chapel, Palestine, with the Rev. Jay Abernathy officiating.
Burial will be in Roselawn Park.
Mrs. Gibson died Dec. 18 in a Palestine Nursing Home.
She was born March 22, 1905, to the late William Claude and Verdie Cook Tull. She was a homemaker and a member of First Baptist Church and Eastern Star. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Virgel Gibson in 1999; son,
R.C. Gibson in 1995; and sisters, Clara Worsham, Flora Teel and Christine Tull.
Survivors include daughter, Doris Cook, Marittta, Ga.; son,
Thurman E. Gibson, Palestine; eight grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers and grandsons and grandson-in-law, David Gibson, Randy Gibson, Don Cook, Bob Cook, John Small, Danny Walsh, Wayne McAfee and James Walsh.
Family will receive friends 6-8 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.

Family links: 
  William Claude Tull (1879 - 1951)
  Verdie Cook Tull (1885 - 1969)
  Robert Virgil Gibson (1905 - 1999)
  Olive Tull Gibson (1905 - 2002)
  Beulah Olive Tull Gibson (1905 - 2002)*
  Flora L Tull Teel (1909 - 1989)*
  Christine Tull (1921 - 1922)*
*Calculated relationship
Roselawn Park Cemetery
Anderson County
Texas, USA
Created by: Sandy King
Record added: Mar 08, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86452931
Olive <i>Tull</i> Gibson
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