Allison D. Gibbs, age 91 of Nebraska City passed away June 26, 2018 at The Ambassador in Nebraska City.  
Allison Dean Gibbs was born August 12, 1926, in Nebraska City, the son of Allison F. and Bertha (Hahn) Gibbs.  
Allison graduated from Nebraska City High School in 1944 and worked at Gibbs Hatchery in Nebraska City.  
He married Margie Hiatt March 16, 1945, and when his father died suddenly in 1945 at a Huskers football game, he became “father” to his two younger sisters and looked after his mother.  
His wife Margie died Nov. 17, 2017.  He and Margie operated the three Gibbs Hatcheries.  
They closed the hatcheries in 1956 when the poultry business moved to the southern regions of the U.S.  Margie and Al formed Gibbs Construction Co. and built many new homes in Nebraska City.  
They created the housing development called Broadview on North 10th Street.  
They also farmed all their married life and ran Gibbs Farms, Inc.  
They successfully worked side by side for over 72 years.  
Allison (A.D.) was very active in Bethel United Church of Christ and was a member for over 90 years, having been baptized and confirmed at the church.  
Al served on the church board and was very involved in building the new church on west Central Avenue.  
He previously served on the Wyuka Cemetery Board and was a member of Nebraska City Elks Lodge No. 1049 and Nebraska City Eagles Aerie No. 968.  
Al was an avid Cornhusker Football Fan and had season tickets for 73 years.  
Survivors include his two children, Linda L. Gibbs of Nebraska City and Allison D. Gibbs Jr. of Omaha; grandson, Allison D. Gibbs III and his wife Angela; two great grandsons, Ashton D. Gibbs and Aspen D. Gibbs of Gretna; brother in law, Glenn Wiar of Omaha, many nieces, nephews and cousins.  Al was preceded in death by his parents; wife; sisters, Elaine Gibbs Usher, Doris Gibbs Wiar; brothers in law, Glen Hiatt and Mark Orr; and sister in law, Lorraine Orr.
Funeral services were to be 2 p.m. Friday, June 29, at Bethel United Church of Christ in Nebraska City with entombment to follow in Wyuka Cemetery in Nebraska City.
Visitations were to be 1 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Marshall Funeral Chapel in Nebraska City with the family greeting friends from 5 to 7 p.m.
Memorials are suggested to Bethel United Church of Christ or Nebraska City Fire-Rescue EMS Division.
Online condolences may be expressed at www.marshallfuneral.com.  
Marshall Funeral Chapel of Nebraska City is in charge of arrangements.