Burton C. Gibbons
Sharon graduate worked for Kodak, had sister here
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.
Gibbons was born July 14, 1924, in Sharon to Stanley
C. and Mary Cosden Gibbons.
1942 alumnus of Sharon High School, he graduated summa cum laude from what
is now Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.
Gibbons retired as a chemical engineer for Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester,
where he worked all his professional life.
Army Air Corps veteran. Mr. Gibbons served as a lieutenant specialist in
the Centralized Fire Control Division during World War II.
first wife, the former Annamae Shorts, is
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.
his first wife, he was preceded in death by a brother, Alfred
contributions may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice or the
Alzheimer’s Association, 1103 Anrott Building, 401 Wood St., Pittsburgh
C., 75, of Rochester, formerly of Honeoye, both N.Y.
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
by John A Palisin Funeral Home, 86 Maple Drive, Hermitage.
Herald, Sharon, PA, 13 May 2000