Jason Brian Gibbons

Jason Brian Gibbons, 44 of Lebanon, passed away on September 22, 2019 at his home.  He was born in Noblesville on June 22, 1975 to Virgil C. Gibbons Jr. and Donna Marie (Lewis) Gibbons.

Jason was a graduate of Sheridan High School. He spent his career working in construction and was a very skilled carpenter.  He had a love for music and was very talented at playing various instruments.  One of his favorite things to do in his spare time was listen to the band Tool.  He loved his family and spending time with friends.

He is survived by his twin daughters; Kennedy and Keenan Gibbons of Lebanon, son, Trenton Bradley of Lebanon, daughter, Harlee Bradley of Lebanon, significant other, Heather Bradley, mother, Donna Gibbons, of Lebanon, sister, Jen (Will) Newell, of Ladoga, Grandparents, Marion F. and Alberta Lewis, of Pendleton, and Jean Jaco, of Noblesville.

A memorial service will be at 1:00 PM, Friday, September 27, 2019, at Servies & Morgan Funeral Home, 203 N. Washington Street, Ladoga, IN, 47954, with Pastor Nathan Powell officiating.  Friends are invited to visit with the family at the funeral home from 11:00 AM until time of service on Friday.

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8 thoughts on “Jason Brian Gibbons

  • Debbie

    Jay…what can I say about you? You were a part of my family for over 20 years, you were my son. You were the best partner and father for my daughter and 4 grandchildren. They love you so much and will be lost without you, as I will be. Never doubt the love for you that we all have. You will be forever loved and missed. Rest In Peace Jay!

  • Bethany Mineart

    Keenan & Kennedy,
    I’m so sorry for the loss of your father. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. We are here for you if there is anything you need.

  • Regina Pickett

    What can be said Jason, I remember you as a teenager, you and the rest of the kids walked in and out of my door, you had a special love for so much. Your smile made others smile. Your funny sense of humor shined above all. The teen years flew by, you became a young man with so many talents. Your smile and your love will last in our hearts forever. Rest in peace Jason, one day we will meet you again. You will be so missed..With sadness and love. Gini Pickett

    • David McCormick

      You are a man that was always there for others when need, I only wish we could been there for you.
      REST IN PEACE and know your family will be taken care of.

  • Terry Bradley

    Jay you will live forever in our hearts filled with memories.

    These memories will be of your love first and foremost for your family, of your strength of character, of your immense and exciting talents, of your quiet and thoughtful perspective and steadfast devotion.

    The love and guidance you provided to all your children will help them continue to grow into adults with the same love, compassion and strength you displayed.

    May you Rest In Peace.

    Terry and David


    Dearest Cousin,

    You were too good for this world and it didn’t deserve you.
    May your pain, sadness and suffering finally be over.
    This all feels not real and my brain has yet to accept the fact you no longer walk among us.
    But know this; you will forever roam in our hearts and minds until the end of our days.
    I love you, Jay!