GIBSON, Anne - At age 66, of Cobourg, Ontario passed away in the early hours of August 31st, 2017. Anne passed away after a long and hard fought battle with cancer.

She was the loving lifetime companion of Stanley Feldman and beloved mother of Jason (Amberlee Anthony) and Cameron (Marketa) Gibson.

Predeceased by her parents Berkeley and Alice (Carter) Milne.

Anne is survived by her adoring grandchildren Jessica and Joshua Gibson, sister Kathie (David) Pike, nieces Brittney and Sarah Pike, and her step-children Liat, Rafael (Consuelo Costin), and Yan Feldman.

Born on January 17, 1951, in Toronto, Ontario, Anne spent her early years in Etobicoke, where she excelled in academics and athletics. Family summers were often spent in Port Dover, resulting in her continued love for the beach and waterside. 

Anne was an attentive and loving older sister to Kathie, who often regarded Anne more as a second mother than a sister, and remained her unfailing friend throughout her lifetime.

We wish to thank the many hospitals, doctors, nurses and staff who battled alongside her and on her behalf over the past three years. She is now at peace. Look up twinkling star…or, as she did believe in ghosts…just possibly touching down in Paris, the City of Light.

Anne had requested that no service or funeral be held.

NorthumberlandObituaries.com

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GIBSON, Anne - At age 66, of Cobourg, Ontario passed away in the early hours of August 31st, 2017. Anne passed away after a long and hard fought battle with cancer.

She was the loving lifetime companion of Stanley Feldman and beloved mother of Jason (Amberlee Anthony) and Cameron (Marketa) Gibson.

Predeceased by her parents Berkeley and Alice (Carter) Milne.

Anne is survived by her adoring grandchildren Jessica and Joshua Gibson, sister Kathie (David) Pike, nieces Brittney and Sarah Pike, and her step-children Liat, Rafael (Consuelo Costin), and Yan Feldman.

Born on January 17, 1951, in Toronto, Ontario, Anne spent her early years in Etobicoke, where she excelled in academics and athletics. Family summers were often spent in Port Dover, resulting in her continued love for the beach and waterside. 

Anne was an attentive and loving older sister to Kathie, who often regarded Anne more as a second mother than a sister, and remained her unfailing friend throughout her lifetime.

We wish to thank the many hospitals, doctors, nurses and staff who battled alongside her and on her behalf over the past three years. She is now at peace. Look up twinkling star…or, as she did believe in ghosts…just possibly touching down in Paris, the City of Light.

Anne had requested that no service or funeral be held.

NorthumberlandObituaries.com

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