God saw the road was getting tough, the hills hard to climb, so He gently closed His weary eyes and said “Peace be thine.” Monica Lynn Gibbs was born July 10, 1968 to Annie Kate Gibbs and the late Felix Dolvin Jr. of Madison. She died March 15, 2016. She received her education in the Morgan County school system. At an early age she joined the Macedonia Baptist Church in Rutledge. She attended faithfully for many years. As an adult she attended Smyrna Baptist Church in Madison.Monica was employed at Georgia Pacific for 21 years. She was a dedicated employee who loved her job. She received many awards for her job performance and excellent attendance. Her hobbies were shopping, decorating, painting and taking cruises with the Walker family and friends.She leaves to cherish her memory one son Brandon Lydell Gibbs; a grandson Jamal Cobb; mother Annie Kate Gibbs, grandmother Florine Gibbs who resides at Madison Health and Rehab Facility; five sisters Linda Gibbs, Janice (Willie) Sims, Tammy (Willie) Lowe, Lisa Dolvin, Connie Brice; four brothers Bobby Gibbs, Ricky (Kiesha) Dolvin, Lamar Johnekin, Darrell Turk; aunts Helen Gibbs, Susie Ann Peters, Margaret Benford; uncles Willie Frank and Harry Gibbs; two special nieces Jenice Gibbs and Kadejiah Gibbs; nephew Marcus Gibbs and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives. Funeral service was held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, March 20 at Clarks Chapel Baptist Church in Madison. Pallbearers were Victor Smith, Wayne Gibbs, Dwayne Gibbs, Kenontae Towler, Scottie Sims, Tony Gibbs and Terence Howell.Flower girls were Beverly Walker, Linda Keeley, Elaine Carter, Angeline Davis, Crystal Thomas, Stacy Broadnax and Martisha Wright.Jones & Turner Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.