Terrance Michael Gibson
Terrance Michael Gibson
  • June 6, 1977 - August 31, 2017
  • Terrell, Texas

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Terrance Michael Gibson (Gibb) passed away in his home in Terrell, Texas on August 31, 2017. He was born in Archer City, Texas to Dianne Ferris Lee & the late Michael Gibson. Terry grew up in Garland, Texas, his passions through his younger years were football and the ROTC. He always wanted to follow in his family’s footsteps and serve our great country. After High School, he joined the United States Marine Corps and trained as an AAV Mechanic at Camp Pendleton and 29 Palms, California. He had two overseas tours in the Marine Corps - the first in Operation Iraqi Freedom and later- Operation Unified Assistance a Humanitarian Response in 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami in Thailand. After his service, Terry return home to Texas where he worked for Malin for the last 10 years. Terry had a love for his four-legged son Niko, his love of riding his Harley and was an avid gun collector. Terry touched the lives of many people with his smile and generosity, was a joy to be around, loved by everyone who knew him and will be greatly missed. We thank you Gibb for your service in the Marine Corps to secure our freedom in the USA; you're our hero! We wish for you to ride free on your Harley for eternity boss...God Bless...

Terry is preceded in death by his father, Michael Gibson; grandparents, Donald & Betty Ferris, & Anita & Edward Gibson; uncles, Johnny, Robert Earl, & Donald Lee Gibson.

Terry is survived by his mother, Dianne Lee; four-legged son, Niko; sister, Donnielle Sue Brackenridge; nephews & niece: Cody Evan, Austin Leslie, Tyler Robert and Trinity Dianne Clark; best friends and brothers at heart Ronald James Bobbitt, & Robert Boyce Clark;

Aunts: Donna, Chelle, Patti, Bunni, Jennifer Ferris, Patty Gibson Uncles: David & Timothy Gibson, Cousins: Michael, Danny, Christina, Kevin, Corey, Joey, Courtney, Colby, Stephen, Sarah, Nic, Marc, Michael, Jeffery, Jason, Gail and many others.


I'll reply with what I've done.

Those things others would not do, I did;

Those rivers others would not swim, I swam:

Those hills others would not climb, I conquered;

Those bridges others would not cross, I crossed;

I have celebrated. I have mourned.

I have smiled and I have frowned.

I have seen death and I felt its warm breath. It did not faze me,

For I was different. I was a warrior.

You ask me what I was? It was my destiny,

Until my last breath,

To be a United States Marine.

And my spirit shall live forever…