OBITUARY

Debbie Ann Gallegos

June 2, 1959November 18, 2021

Debbie Ann Gallegos, age 62, of Longmont, Colorado passed away on Thursday, November 18, 2021. She was 62 years old.

Debbie was a loving mom and lifetime companion. She was born June 2, 1959 to JoAnn Gallegos and Gilbert Gallegos. Debbie worked at the Daily Times call for 20 years. Debbie was an avid Broncos fans and loved WWE, the band the Eagles. Debbie was always helping people throughout her life yet never asked for anything in return. She worked hard all her life. God called her to His side where she will now be one of His Angels watching over us especially the ones she loved. She will be missed dearly.

Debbie is survived by her lifelong companion, Thomas Walsh, her sons Joshua and Joseph, three grandkids, her mother JoAnn Gallegos, her sister Patricia Schaefer (Jody) and her sister Vicki Patinella (Santos). She was preceded in death by her father Gilbert Gallegos.

A Visitation will be held for Debbie on Wednesday, December 1, 2021 at 10:00am at Ahlberg Funeral Chapel in Longmont, CO, followed by a Memorial Service at 12:00pm. Debbie will be laid to rest in a Graveside Service at Longmont Mountain View Cemetery at 1:00pm. Please join the family immediately after the Burial for a Gathering at the Elks Lodge #1055 in Longmont. Lunch will be provided. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.ahlbergfuneralchapel.com for the family.

  • FAMILY

  • Thomas Walsh, Lifelong Companion
  • Joshua Gallegos, Son
  • Joseph Gallegos, Son
  • Gilbert Gallegos, Father (deceased)
  • JoAnn Gallegos, Mother
  • Patricia Schaefer, Sister
  • Vicki Patinella, Sister
  • 3 grandkids

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, December 1, 2021

  • Memorial Service

    Wednesday, December 1, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, December 1, 2021

  • Gathering of Family & Friends

    Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Memories

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Santo Patinella

November 24, 2021

Like the old saying goes - Is the glass half empty or half full?
It really saddens me that the glass was still half empty:
We had many missed opportunities, to make and cherish new memories that never happened.
I'm deeply thankful and blessed, of the memories we did have and shared...... I will always cherish them deeply in my heart.
I'm so glad you were part of my life, you will be forever in my heart.
Until we meet again and fill up that glass with memories - and ask
God for a FREE refill.
Debbie - I will always love you...... Love Santo Patinella


Jenna Patinella

November 23, 2021

We will miss you, Aunt Debbie. Losing a family member is never easy but we know you are in a better place now. My brother and I remember the holidays we spent together with you and the family. Thank you for the memories we will always hold on to. Until we meet again, we love you Aunt Debbie.

With love,

Jenna and Santos Patinella

Vicki Patinella

November 23, 2021

God truly blessed me when he made you my Big sister, Debbie. I will treasure all the memories we made together. As child, when you use to walk me to school. As an adult when you walked down the isle with me as my Maid of Honor. As older adults as we walked together to say our last goodbyes to our Dad. And when my times comes I will look for you, so we can walk together in heaven. I will miss you Debbie, until we meet again. I love you.
Your Little Sister,
Vicki

Trisha Schaefer

November 23, 2021

Sister , Thank you for our life’s journey together. Kids hanging out with each other. Responsible for each other. Experience our life journey as children, teenagers & Adults . Becoming mothers
Going to Denver hospital to have Joseph. Jessie & ice cream 🍦 and luggage..Being there for me when I had my twins Adam and Steven. Visiting each other on the weekends You and I comfort to each other’s life.
Eagles Concert 🎶. You were so cool
Sorry you didn’t share how you were feeling later in life. Last days we got caught up with our missed time ..Your a strong woman, kind and loving.
I loved just holding your hand in the hospital quiet no words needed. I wanted to be with you to the end.,.
I love you sister… God Bless You.
Give Dad a great big hug and kiss from me

Angel Davis

November 19, 2021

Debbie, you will be so missed by residents and coworkers. You gave of yourself and touched so many. I loved how to ease tension during work we would talk about Jason Momoa. Leaving both our spirits lifted and a little bit happier. May your spirit fly higher and higher in great joy! With a loving heart, Angel

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