Chas. Peter Nagel Funeral Directors

352 East 87th Street, New York, NY


Timothy Steven GALLAGHER

July 3, 1960March 15, 2020

Timothy Steven GALLAGHER was born on July 3, 1960 and passed away on March 15, 2020.


  • Committal Service Tuesday, March 17, 2020


Timothy Steven GALLAGHER

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Marty Goor

March 29, 2020

Tim and I have shared a special bond over the last few years as more and more of our friends retired and we had less people to commiserate with. Tim, I will miss our calls, your laugh and will always treasure your compliments on Ryan and what a
“ great kid “ he is. Rest In Peace my good friend, say hello to Teddy for me .

Joan o'connor

March 25, 2020

Dear Timmy (and I guess I am one of the few who still refer to you as Timmy)

We will miss your great stories and your jokes and infections laugh. You were always a lot of fun even as a kid. I am your godmother, and so now that you have passed through the "pearly gates" please remember your loving family you left behind who may have helped you on your journey in this life.

Give our love to all the rest of our family you will be meeting, and see if you can employ their help in answering our prayers for your mother.

love Joan

Mary Wygant

March 23, 2020

Tim, I will miss your Sunday night calls and all of the memories we talked about. Some of them were enlarged in your mind but made much funnier than they were. Loved your sense of humor and love of life. Your sentimental side which you hid so well always came through. Love from all the Wygant's.

V Benoit

March 21, 2020

What can I say. We go waayyy back. Same hood, same schools, same church. Never forget Dock’s, 3D’s, The Pinto, Baby Grand, The Browns, your House in NJ, etc etc etc!
Glad we got to occasionally connect again later in life in NYC.
Very best thoughts to your wife, Kevin, and the rest of your family.
Thoughts and prayers always.
Love ya Bro,


Jay Little

March 21, 2020

Tim, All the guys will miss your great sense of humor and your kind words about everyone you knew. I have known you since our first day of grade school, our high school days at Prep and all the years afterwards. One of the highlights we always talk about is cruising in the blue Mav! What a great time! Thank you you for all the wonderful memories and friendship! Be blessed until we see you again! Jay

Tom Lynch

March 21, 2020

Tim was a very good friend of mine from the industry. I respected him tremendously and was a loving and caring person. I will miss him so much!!
Tom Lynch

Patty Blaetz

March 20, 2020

I cannot believe that I am even writing this and that you are not here. It does not seem real and it does not seem right. We will have a serious chat about this whole event when we meet again in heaven, although did we ever have a serious chat about anything without it ending in lots of giggling? I love you and I will miss you and would not trade the chance to be your sister for anything in the world. Give Dad a kiss for me. If you could both work on this situation with Mom, I would appreciate it. I will try to keep up with Kevin for you.


PS: They spelled your middle name wrong. You may want to send someone a sign about that.

Carrie Nelson

March 19, 2020

Ahhh Tim - what fun we had in our young years. You always lived BIG and laughed hard..... I will always cherish my memories of you. Have fun up there!

Kevin Gallagher

March 19, 2020

Just let you know I miss you. I came to work today thinking about if life was normal we would be talking over our picks for the NCAA before the first tip at noon today. Connor said he will step in for you next year and once he is out of college he will be going to the Big East Tourney with me just like we planned to start doing. I love you and will never forget what you did for me . Say Hello to Dad.