Levi Withee Gibson

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Levi Withee "L. W." Gibson (May 31, 1872 – May 1, 1919) was an American businessman and politician.

Born in La Crosse, Wisconsin, Gibson was educated in the public schools, went to Lawrence University, and then lived in Medford, Wisconsin. He was president of Jos. Gibson Company which dealt with lumber and logging. Gibson was also president of the First National Bank of Medford. In 1919, Gibson served in the Wisconsin State Assembly and was a Republican. In May 1919, Gibson died suddenly of a heart attack, at age 46, while reading a newspaper in his room in Madison, Wisconsin.[1][2]

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  1. ^ 'Wisconsin Blue Book 1919,' Biographical Sketch of L. W. Gibson, pg. 504
  2. ^ 'Assemblyman Gibson Drops Dead In Room,' Sheboygan Press, May 2, 1919, pg. 6