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Burton C. Gibbons

14 Jul 1924 -

10 May 2000







  Burton C Gibbons 

Burton C. Gibbons

‘42 Sharon graduate worked for Kodak, had sister here

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Burton C. Gibbons, Rochester, formerly of Honeoye Falls, N.Y., died Wednesday morning (5-10-00) in Episcopal Nursing Home after an extended illness. He was 75.

Mr. Gibbons was born July 14, 1924, in Sharon to Stanley C. and Mary Cosden Gibbons.

A 1942 alumnus of Sharon High School, he graduated summa cum laude from what is now Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.

Mr. Gibbons retired as a chemical engineer for Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, where he worked all his professional life.

An Army Air Corps veteran. Mr. Gibbons served as a lieutenant specialist in the Centralized Fire Control Division during World War II.

His first wife, the former Annamae Shorts, is deceased.

Surviving are: his third wife, Margaret Gibbons; four daughters, Mrs. John (Kathi) Fraser; Mrs. Robert (Linda) Allen; Mrs. Arthur (Susanne) Gable; and Anne; three sons, Jeffrey, William and Peter; and a former wife, Barbara Ogden, all Rochester area; a sister, Mrs. Robert (Martha) Wilcox Transfer, a brother, William, Beauford, SC.; and 11 grandchildren.

Besides his first wife, he was preceded in death by a brother, Alfred B.

Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice or the Alzheimer’s Association, 1103 Anrott Building, 401 Wood St., Pittsburgh 15222.


Burton C., 75, of Rochester, formerly of Honeoye, both N.Y.

Calling hours: None.

Services: Private — memorial ser vice will be held Monday (5-15-00) at the convenience of the family in Oakwood Cemetery, Hermitage, with the Rev. Dr. Donald P. Wilson, pastor of Lebanon Presbyterian Church, Lackawannock Township, officiating.

Burial: Oakwood Cemetery.

Arrangements by John A Palisin Funeral Home, 86 Maple Drive, Hermitage.

The Herald, Sharon, PA, 13 May 2000




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