Jaysen Gibson

Jaysen Charles Gibson (28) came into this world on July 13, 1993. He was born in Riverside California to Andrew Gibson and Cindy Tuller (Storey).
From a young age Jaysen always had a thrill for life and adventure. He loved kicking up dirt on his dirt bike, shredding snow with his snowboard, or cliff jumping at some of his favorite spots in the Black Hills. Jaysen was a very talented craftsman and artist. He started his own Independent Company called GibSonCo and Off Beats Material. Selling handmade and custom knives, leather and wood pieces.
Jaysen faced some difficult roads like we all do, but Jaysen never gave up. He continually tackled life on life’s terms so gracefully. It truly was an inspiration to many. He had such a way of always finding the light and humor in life.
Jaysen played many roles in his short lifetime but his favorite title was DAD to his two boys Atticus (8) Nixen (6) If you didn’t find all three of them outside riding dirt bikes, they were all in the shop working on a project. His boys were his right hand men, and his whole world. He will forever shine through them now as he watches over them.

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