Jerry Charles (Square) Gibson, 73, of Broken Bow, Oklahoma passed away on April 5, 2015 in Texarkana, TX. Jerry was born on March 28, 1942 in Golden, Oklahoma the son of James David (Dave) Gibson and Lorene (Virgin) Gibson. Jerry at the age of twelve moved with his family from Golden to the Oakhill Community, where he lived the remainder of his life. Jerry and Maye Gibson were united in marriage on February 20, 1976 where they combined their love with five children and would go on to spend the next thirty nine years together. Jerry was preceded in death by his parents; his siblings, JD Gibson, Floyd Gibson, James David (Junior) and wife, Linda Gibson, along with sister, Helen Gibson. Jerry served in the National Guard and retired from Weyerhaeuser Lumber Company after thirty seven years of dedicated service. After his family, his largest passion was anything pertaining to horses and horse riding. He never tired of talking about horses and was always willing to help anyone wanting to learn about them. Jerry also enjoyed hog hunting with his buddies, raising pigs, fishing, camping in the deer woods and would welcome anyone who wanted to join in. Jerry was a loving son to this parents, faithful provider and husband, unselfish father and devoted Christian. Jerry took pride in all his grandkids and it was evident he enjoyed seeing them and talking about who each one looked like. He was never to busy too answer the call of anyone who was in need and was happy to be able to do so. Jerry was happiest when he was just spending time at home. Jerry was a loving instigator to his wife, comic storyteller and always made us laugh with his antics. Square had a nick-name for everyone he cared about and put a lot of thought into each one before bestowing them. Jerry fought a long and tiresome fight, and fight he did. Heaven?s gain is definitely our loss, as Jerry leaves to cherish his memory his wife, Maye Gibson of the home; sons, David Lee Gibson, Wayne Freeman and wife, Marie, Doug Freeman and wife, Connie; daughters, Kelly Sparkman and husband, James L Sparkman, Cleta Mabry and husband, Britt Mabry; special nieces, Donna Parker and husband, Tim, Debbie Miller and husband, Jay; fourteen grandchildren; twenty three great-grandchildren and a host of family and friends.Cemetery:Glover Cemetery \nTo send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Jerry C. Gibson, please visit our floral store.