Sharon Pansy Warwick Gibson, 68, of Warm Springs, Virginia, passed away Sunday, April 9, 2023, at Carillion Roanoke Memorial Hospital in Roanoke, Virginia.

She was born June 9, 1954, in Hot Springs, Virginia, the daughter of the late Robert Nelson Warwick and Mary Ann Pauline Head Warwick.

On June 30, 1972, she married her husband of 50 years, Stephen Douglas Gibson.

Mrs. Gibson worked as a private caregiver. She was a member of the Mountain Grove United Methodist Church where she served as the church treasurer and participated in the Ladies United Methodist Women’s group. She was a member of the Mt. Grove Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary and was very active with the Mt. Grove Community Center. She was a volunteer for the American Red Cross. Pansy loved her flowers and her “critters” including her cats, dogs, chickens, and ducks. She was a special caregiver to Terry Snead who was very dear to her heart.  She was a loving wife and a friend to all.

She is survived by her husband, Stephen Gibson of Warm Springs; her “girls”, Mandy Dean & husband Shay of Marlinton, West Virginia, Liddy Lowry & husband Andy of Hot Springs; sisters, Eleanor Fisher, Mildred Lowry and Nell Broce all of Hot Springs; dear friends, Carol & Jerry Phillips of Mountain Grove, Virginia; and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.

She was preceded in death by a brother Robert Warwick; four sisters, Charlotte Loughner, Janet Friel, Lucille Plogger, Mary Gibson.

A funeral service will be held 2:00 p.m., Friday, April 14, 2023 at the Mountain Grove Methodist Church with Pastor Sam Felton officiating. Interment will be in Mountain Grove Cemetery.  Pallbearers will be Jon Trees, Craig Buzzard, Willie Jenkins, Bedford Sharp, Steve Hiner, Clyde Cutlip.

The family will receive friends one hour prior to services from 1:00 -2:00 p.m. at the church.

Memorial contributions may be made to Mountain Grove Cemetery Fund, c/o Janice O’Farrell, 5792 Mt. Valley Road, Warm Springs, Virginia 24484; or Mountain Grove UMC, c/o George Kevin Chestnut, 198 Ashwood Drive, Hot Springs, VA 24445; or Mountain Grove Volunteer Fire Department, c/o William “Willie” Jenkins, P.O. Box 312, Warm Springs, Virginia 24484.

18 Comments

  1. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

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  2. Deepest sympathy to Steve and family. Pansy was a loving and truly gracious lady who I know will be greatly missed.

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  3. Pansy was a dear friend of anyone that met her. She was always there to help when there was a need. When someone passed away in Mountain Grove she helped make a huge lunch for the family. She was always involved with Mountain Grove Church. A very giving and kind person. You will be missed. Love you Shirley Keyes Lytwyn

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  4. My heart breaks for you Steve. You’re in my thoughts and prayers always. Pansy will be sorely missed. She is such a beautiful soul. Love & hugs!

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  5. She was my favorite cousin we always got along so well. She would light up a room just being in it.
    She will be missed. We always shared her special cup of tea & Circuis peanuts.

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    • Pansy was an energetic beautiful teenager when I met her in 1966 and she is all that and more today.

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  6. It is with sincere regret that we are unable to attend this service for Pansy because of J.D.’s recent surgery. We want to share in the loss of one of Mountain Grove’s most valuable members. Pansy was always there for everyone in the community and in the church.

    We shared so many wonderful memories with Pansy and Steve when we livedin Surry, VA and in Tennessee.

    We will always remember Octoberfest in Nashville. This man none of us knew grabbed Pansy by the arm and with her pocketbook on the other arm, danced in the street to the music. We never saw this man again.

    We will always cherish these memories of a most dear and trusted friend.

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    • Steve and Family
      Our deepest sympathy in the loss of Pansy. She was such a nice person & always had a beautiful smile. Pansy will be greatly missed.
      Sincerely
      Peggy & Eddie Ryder

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  7. So sorry for your loss, wonderful person to have known. Mountain Grove lost a great volunteer.

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  8. My thoughts and prayers for Steve and family.

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  9. So very sorry, she was a wonderful person.

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  10. So very sorry, she was a wonderful person and will be greatly missed. God Bless!

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  11. I always enjoyed a visit with Pansy. She was full of life and loved sharing her faith with others. My deepest sympathy to Steve and the family.❤️

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  12. I am so sorry to learn of your great loss. Pansy was such a beautiful person with an equally beautiful soul. Many prayers for comfort and understanding during this very difficult time. Love and hugs!

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  13. A sweet spirit who years ago had placed her trust in our Lord Jesus Christ.
    Her passing from this life to her Heavenly Home on Easter Sunday, represented HIS faithfulness to Pansy’s final testimony.
    We will miss her ready smile and pleasant personality.

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  14. I have such Good memories of Pansy and Steve. I am so sorry.

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  15. So very sorry to hear of Pansy’s passing. She was a wonderful, caring person. My thoughts and prayers go out to Steve and all of her family, prayers that God will comfort and give you peace as only he can do.

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  16. My thoughts and prayers go out to Steve and Pansy’s family. Pansy was a wonderful, caring lady and she will surely be missed in the Mountain Grove community.

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