James Martin Gallagher

April 8, 1924March 14, 2020

James Martin Gallagher was born on April 8, 1924 and passed away on March 14, 2020.


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Barb Gallagher

March 20, 2020

Some of my favorite memories of my father-in-law involve babies and toddlers. He always called them “friendlies” and his face would light up with a big old grin as he watched the little ones play, or as he held a baby and kissed them. More memories include dancing the polka. With plenty of Gallagher weddings to attend, Jim loved to bounce Lorraine around the dance floor to any polka. Half way through the night his shirt would be soaking wet with sweat from dancing so much! They both smiled when dancing together.
Dad was always up for a party especially if it involved desserts! Walnut tortes, refrigerator cheese torte, butterhorns, pies, fudge or cookies, he loved them all! Birthdays, half-birthdays, holidays, anniversaries, any reason was justified for a delicious dessert!
Jim survived WWII and was a veteran who never thought he was a hero and never displayed his medals. He said the soldiers that died were the real heroes. I can’t imagine what horrors he may have seen or what haunting jobs he may have been ordered to do, but I know I will always be grateful for the role he played in keeping our country safe and our freedoms protected. Gone is another veteran from WWII; so few remain.
Rest In Peace now Dad, along side Mom and baby Linda and Christopher. Give them all hugs from me. May God bless and keep you in his grace. Love you, Barb

Pam Romines

March 19, 2020

Thankyou mr.sunshine for Letting me go into your home and help you with your needs sorry it was short but it was a great experience working for you.Im so glad I got to meet a great person like you. Your gonna be missed but I will never forget you or how much you loved pie..God Bless You -You are forever in my heart ❤️ Pam -Firstlight-homecare


March 19, 2020

I just wanted to let you all know how sorry I am for your loss. I can't imagine how hard it is to lose a parent, and for it to be at this time of uncertainty with the state of health in our Nation. Please know that you all are in my thoughts and prayers.