Tributes pour in for Everett civic leader Carl Gipson

A funeral and public memorial will provide chances to honor the leader, who died last week at 95.

Carl Gipson and his wife, Jodie, encountered discrimination during their early years in Everett. Carl went on to serve nearly 25 years on the Everett City Council. (Live in Everett)

Carl Gipson and his wife, Jodie, encountered discrimination during their early years in Everett. Carl went on to serve nearly 25 years on the Everett City Council. (Live in Everett)

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