When it came to haircuts in Tucson, Johnny Gibson was often the answer. For more than a half-century, Gibson shorn the locks of men and boys who lived in the Old Pueblo. Gibson died June 3rd, he was 88. Gibson first learned to cut hair in the Civilian Conservation Corps when he trimmed the locks of his campmates on the Mogollon Rim. He started cutting hair at the Santa Rita Hotel after serving in World War II and opened a shop in downtown Tucson in 1949. Through good times and bad he cut hair in the Old Pueblo. In 2005, he talked with KUAZ about his time in World War II and life in Tucson.