Elaine  Gibson
Elaine Lillian Gibson, age 90, of Somerset, KY., passed away on Sunday, February 16, 2020 at Somerwoods Nursing and Rehab.
Elaine was born on April 19, 1929 in Deerfield, MI., to the late Ernest Lee Morrow and Ethel Casada Morrow. She was a long time Seamstress for Palm Beach and a member of Mt. Union Baptist Church in Keno. She enjoyed tending to flowers and gardening. Elaine was a good hearted lady who loved her children and her grandchildren very much. She was a Godly woman and she loved her family and her church.
She is survived by four grandchildren, Johnny James Gibson II, Christina Miller Gibson; Shondra (and Jeff) Casada and Suzie Miller Davis, five great-grandchildren, one sister, Helen Bryant of Somerset; and several nieces and nephews.
Elaine was preceded in death by her husband, Russell Irving Gibson of whom she married on September 9, 1947 in Somerset, and he preceded her on August 5, 1980. She was also preceded in death by her parents, Ernest and Ethel Morrow; five sons, Danny Gibson, Ernest Gibson, Ted Gibson, Don Gibson and Johnny James Gibson Sr., one brother, Marvin Morrow; and two sisters, June Davis and Norma Jean Buford.
Visitation will be held on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 from 11:00am until 12:00pm at Lake Cumberland Funeral Home.
Her funeral service will follow on Wednesday at 12:00pm at the Chapel of Lake Cumberland Funeral Home with Bro. Perry Dobbs officiating. Burial will be at Mill Springs National Cemetery.
The family would like to thank Somerwoods Nursing and Rehab and Hospice of Lake Cumberland for all their care.
You are welcome to view the obituary and send condolences to the family at our website at: www.LakeCumberlandFuneralService.com.
Lake Cumberland Funeral Home is entrusted with the arrangements for Elaine Gibson.
Published on February 17, 2020

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