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Ann ‘Lorraine’ Gibson Brzozowske

September 10, 2023 - 00:00
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  • Ann ‘Lorraine’ Gibson Brzozowske

Ann “Lorraine” Gibson Brzozowske was born Aug. 11, 1985, to Terrance and Tammie Gibson in Kingfi sher.

Lorraine was a very caring and loving daughter, sister, wife and friend who gained her wings and went to be with the Lord on Sept. 4, 2023, at the age of 38.

Lorraine will forever be remembered for her vibrant personality and love to live life to the fullest.

Even though she grew up in the small town of Dover, she had a love to travel and see the world.

Lorraine had a very big heart and never met a stranger.

This allowed her to make many lasting friendships with those she met while traveling the world.

Another passion of Lorraine’s was to help others.

In order to fully achieve her dream, she pursued a career where she could help those in need.

Lorraine received a bachelor’s in psychology from Oklahoma State University in 2016 before furthering her education even more. In 2020, she received her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from Walden University.

These degrees allowed her to be a lead counselor and help so many in need. She made such an impact on many lives, all of whom will miss her dearly.

Lorraine is survived by her husband of 12 years, Brandon Brzozowske of Stillwater; her parents Terrance and Tammie Gibson of Dover; two brothers and families, Ryan Gibson and his wife Ashley and their children Mayce and Wyatt of Kingfisher, Travis Gibson and his wife Lynsey and their daughter Kadie of Crescent; two very close cousins (whom she considered sisters), Jodie Blevins of Crescent and Jordan Gibson of Dover; maternal grandfather Charles Barker of Dover; along with numerous other aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends.

She was preceded in death by baby son Landon Brzozowske, paternal grandparents George and Ann Gibson and maternal grandmother Olive Barker.

The family is asking for donations in Lorraine’s honor be made to LifeShare of Oklahoma (lifeshareoklahoma. org).