Deborah Anne Galley
June 15, 1955 – June 1, 2018
Galley, Deborah Anne.
Passed away peacefully surrounded by her daughters at Lakeridge Health, Oshawa, on June 1, 2018, at the age of 62. Cherished daughter of Gladys (predeceased) and Robert Mackie. Beloved wife of Michael Galley. Loving mother of Jasmyn (Jeffrey) and Jessica Galley. Sister of Clay, Clive, Lora, and Robert. She will be greatly missed by her nephew, cousins, extended family, friends, and her cat, Niimi.
Debbie was born in Little Current, ON. She moved to England in her twenties where she met and married her husband and raised their two daughters. She worked for England's National Health Service for over thirty years. Debbie was an adventurous soul who loved to travel and spend time with her family. She was always smiling and had a contagious laugh. Debbie touched the hearts of everyone she met and her easygoing personality, love of life, and outstanding resilience will not be forgotten.
Celebration of life details to be announced.
Arrangements entrusted to OSHAWA FUNERAL HOME, 847 King Street West, Oshawa (905-721-1234). Online condolences may be made at www.oshawafuneralhome.com
Deborah Anne Galley
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July 21, 2018
When Debbie joined our knitting group she brought a great spark of life with her ... she made us laugh at her stories and she certainly had lots to tell ... for Debbie was the genuine article ... there was nothing phoney about this gal ... we loved her and loved spending time with her ... she even picked up a paint brush and joined us at our art group ... she was adventurous and I along with many others are so glad that she entered our lives ... may you rest in peace Debbie and you will be sadly missed by all ...
June 13, 2018
I was so sorry to hear of the untimely death of my old friend and colleague, Debbie.
We met at Queen Mary’s hospital Roehampton in London where we both worked as Radiographers.
She was such a lovely, lively, happy person. She lit up the room with her smile and had endless patience with people. She would never let a substandard X-ray pass, making sure even with the most challenging patients that the end result was the very best.
We both married whilst we were at Roehampton and attended each other’s weddings.
I just remember what fun she was to be with and was really happy to cross paths with her a few years ago on a course. Unfortunately we then lost contact again after seeing each other a few times which was more my fault than Debbie’s as she was so good at keeping in touch.
My condolences go out to Mike and the girls and her extended family.
A beautiful lady in every way.
I found this old photo of the ‘gang’ having a lunch down the road from the hospital in either 1982/3
June 4, 2018
Debbie, my second cousin was naturally beautiful inside and out. Everyone that knew her ; fell in love with her sweet fun-loving ways and big bright smile. She was a cherished member of the our Kitchekeg family for sure. We spent the last couple of years especially spending family time together. Memories I can keep close to my heart. Nearly not enough time sadly. I will really miss her presence. My deepest sympathies to her sweet daughters Jaz and Jess, her husband Micheal, her sister Lora, nephew Ronnie, her father Bob, brothers Clive, Clay and Robert, her extended family and close friends. “Until we meet again sweet Cus!” xo