George Gibson, Sr. & family (including John Gibson) immigrated to the US from England and settled in Cincinnati OH. Bringing a small French lithographic press with them.
He founded the firm of Gibson and Company, noted for its maps, chromolithographs, engravings, posters, and from 1880, its Christmas greeting cards, endures today as the Gibson Greetings Company.
The firm of Gibson and Company was being run by George Sr’s sons, including John Gibson.
John E Gibson I, son of John Gibson, salesman for J.R.Watkins.
John E Gibson II founded Gibson Merchandise Co. in St Louis MO.
John E. Gibson III joined the sales department in 3M Sasheen (plastic ribbon/bows) Division.
John E Gibson III, salesman for Mobil’s Kordite (plastic films & foam meat trays) Division
John E Gibson IV, salesman for Pawnee Plastics.
John E Gibson IV, salesman selling color concentrates for Reed Plastics. During this time, John won two sales awards for his work.
John E Gibson IV, Midwest Sales Manager for Plastics Color, selling color concentrates. His department consisted of a staff of three.
John E Gibson IV founded JEG Inc. to supply color and additive concentrates, engineering resins, scrap plastics recovery supplier to the plastics industry. John is the owner/president.
John E Gibson V began working with JEG full time.