Frank Gibbs, longtime Warren County farmer and almost iconic figure in the northern New Jersey dairy industry, died last Sunday. He was 82. Frank was active on the farm now managed by his son Brant until just a year ago. Among his many farming accomplishments, he was a leader among fellow dairymen in Warren County and as a Farm Bureau member who worked closely with the late Charlie Miller. Frank was a visionary in the farmland preservation program; his Allamuchy farm was among the first preserved farms in the state, dating back to 1986-88 according to his son. Services will be on Saturday, Sept. 18.