ForeverMissed
Thank you for visiting this page to support the memorial of our loved one, Melanie Gibson.
52 years old, born on January 28, 1969, and passed away on March 27, 2021.
May memories of Melanie and the love of family surround you and give you strength in the days ahead.

Details on the ceremony will be given as soon as it is figured out. 
If you would like to donate to help pay for the ceremony, you can send donations via Paypal to ; @jklosterman
Posted by Summer Miller on April 7, 2021
There are so many words that come to mind, and so many things to say, but they really just don't feel enough. I am so sorry for everyone's loss of such an amazing, beautiful soul to see, talk to and love on. I can't even explain what Melanie's friendship helped me survive. There were months of weeks and days where we talked so much and often that I got a headset just so that we could keep talking while I did my daily routines. Girl, you always got it and you were one of the least judgmental people I knew. Your house was always welcoming. Your huge smile, loud laughter and strong hugs were contagious.  And I am sure your love will continue to be fierce. My prayer is that you woke up in the arms of the God you tried so hard to be close to, with no earthly barriers or strongholds keeping you back.  Love you, sweet lady!
Posted by Teresa Bryant on April 6, 2021

I can’t believe I’m having to write you a tribute..
my sweet, kind caring compassionate baby cousin
I’ve loved having you in my life
Shared a lot of laughter so much laughter...and as life has it ..many tears..
This is heartbreaking .. I hope you got what you were looking for ..Hope you were met with open arms ..

“Farewell Godspeed and goodbye... xo

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Posted by Summer Miller on April 7, 2021
There are so many words that come to mind, and so many things to say, but they really just don't feel enough. I am so sorry for everyone's loss of such an amazing, beautiful soul to see, talk to and love on. I can't even explain what Melanie's friendship helped me survive. There were months of weeks and days where we talked so much and often that I got a headset just so that we could keep talking while I did my daily routines. Girl, you always got it and you were one of the least judgmental people I knew. Your house was always welcoming. Your huge smile, loud laughter and strong hugs were contagious.  And I am sure your love will continue to be fierce. My prayer is that you woke up in the arms of the God you tried so hard to be close to, with no earthly barriers or strongholds keeping you back.  Love you, sweet lady!
Posted by Teresa Bryant on April 6, 2021

I can’t believe I’m having to write you a tribute..
my sweet, kind caring compassionate baby cousin
I’ve loved having you in my life
Shared a lot of laughter so much laughter...and as life has it ..many tears..
This is heartbreaking .. I hope you got what you were looking for ..Hope you were met with open arms ..

“Farewell Godspeed and goodbye... xo
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