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David Gibson Admitted to ‘Hospital in Very
Serious Condition’ Due to Pancreatic Cancer

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Posted By: Harlowe, 10/16/2019 1:23:59 AM

Gibson’s Bakery posted on Facebook today that David Gibson, one of the owners of the bakery and a plaintiff in the lawsuit that yielded almost $32 million in damages against Oberlin College, went to the hospital “in very serious condition.”(Snip)In his announcement video, Gibson said Oberlin College planned to drag out the court battle due to his pancreatic cancer. Professor Jacobson wrote out the transcript: Hello, I’m Dave Gibson of Gibson’s Bakery and Candy. I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who’s reached out to our family after the recent verdict in our lawsuit against Oberlin College.

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With the sad news of David Gibson’s pancreatic cancer reaching a stage of his having been admitted to a hospital in serious condition and his recovery not looking good, his personal video message in this news account is especially heart-wrenching--it is clear that he is short of breath, yet determined to say “thank you” for the support and prayers on behalf of the Gibson family. In loving Christian thoughts and prayers: “The Lord is my Shepherd, ...” (Psalm 23)

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Reply 1 - Posted by: ColonialAmerican1623 10/16/2019 1:58:46 AM (No. 208531)
Sad news. He could use our prayers. Wishing him and his family the best. Is it worth a decent man's life to sue for perverted issues ? No shame.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: lisa belanger 10/16/2019 3:07:14 AM (No. 208561)
the money is still is dead or alivve
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