Troy E. Gibson

07/28/1945 - 09/27/2021


Obituary For Troy E. Gibson

Troy E. Gibson age 76 of Hamilton, OH passed away on Monday September 27, 2021. He was born on July 28, 1945 in Mckee, KY the son of the late Foley Coltz and Laura (nee Angel) Gibson. Troy was a veteran of the United States Air Force. He worked for Mosler Safe Co for 27 years then went to work for the Butler County Sheriff's office for 12 years. He is survived by his loving wife of over 52 years Sharon Gibson; two children Donna (Dave) Fryer and Darren (Tracey) Gibson; four grandchildren Robert Root, Rachel Root, Brode Gibson, and Ethan Gibson; one great grandson Jaxson Root; one brother Richard (Gladys) Gibson. He also leaves behind many nieces, nephews, other family and close friends. Troy was also preceded in death by eight brothers and sisters. THE WEBSTER FUNERAL HOME is serving the family. A celebration of Troy's life will take place at FOP Lodge 38 located at 180 Joe Nuxhall Way, Fairfield, OH 45014 In Joyce park on Sunday October 10th 5-7 p.m. This will be a drive thru celebration of life as the family is following covid protocols and would like for all who attend to remain in their vehicles at all times. There will be a card box for you to put cards, condolences and memories of Troy in as you drive thru and celebrate Troy's life. Online condolences can be made at In lieu of flowers donations made be made in Troy's name to St. Jude's Children Hospital at 262 Danny Thomas Pl Memphis, TN 38105 or





05:00 PM - 07:00 PM

FOP Logde 38
180 Joe Nuxhall Blvd
Fairfield, OH 45014

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  • Such a wonderful family to have as neighbors. Sorry for your loss. Always kind and helpful to people in our neighborhood. You will be missed. R.I.P. God Bless your family. They will be in our prayers😥💙

  • Best guy to have a beer with and chat with about guitars n music he will be very missed I deed! Brian Arend

  • Without question one of my favorite cousins. We spent many hours talking about family and playing guitar. Rest in peace my friend. Duane Allen

  • Troy was a good friend. He was the best person to talk politics and history , and we always looked forward to those conversations. Always had that big smile. We will miss him so much. Jose and Karen Alvarado

  • Troy and I worked together as dealertrade drivers for Kings Toyota. I can't remember a time that he didn't have a smile on his face. Once in awhile I had the privilege of tag teaming with him on a run somewhere and he never ceased to keep me entertained with his stories. My condolences to his family.

  • My Dad ( Raymond) could not stop talking about the time he spent with his younger brother(Troy) in Nashville. They are both now together with no pain and enjoying the angels singing. I am sure both are pitching in with the harmony.

  • We are so very sorry for your loss. God bless & strengthen you in this time. Find comfort in the wonderful memories that you can share with each other until that day when you can be together again. Praying for you! Roger & Donna Brooks

  • To the Gibson family our deepest sympathy..We will truly miss Troy's charm, wittiness and knowledge and saying hey kids how ya doing, even though we were all the same age. We were very blessed and honored to have known him..

  • In honor of Jaxson, your great grandson, I offer my sympathy. Deborah Glancy

  • To the Gibson Family, Words are difficult to find about the loss of Troy. Many hours spent with this great man and Our Brother. I have been honored to have known Troy and to know him as my friend. May Sergeant Troy Gibson R.I.P. and Prayers for Donna, Darren, and Family.

  • I always remember stopping by to visit, even long after Darren moved out and I was working for the city. I could always find Troy working on his vehicles by the garage or sitting on the front porch playing his guitar. He'd always pass on a few words of wisdom before I left. Usually about staying out of trouble.

  • My grandpa never hesitated to solve my problems or help me. Best grandfather I could've ever asked for. When I think back all I can say is he was the smartest and kindest. I remember one time he took me and my sister down to Kentucky when I was younger and showed me where he grew up. That was the best weekend ever hiking and splashing through the woods and creeks. Taught me how to shoot the family rifle and drive the van. Most wholesome moment in my life and I love and miss you Pa but I know your up there with the good lord now.

  • always had that big smile on his face!

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