Dominic Otiviano Gallegos

June 11, 1987September 10, 2018

Age 31, passed away tragically on September 10th, doing what he loved most. He was born in Denver on June 11, 1987. He will be missed horribly by so many. He graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School in Denver. He loved his job and coworkers at Avalanche Harley Davidson and was pursuing his dream career. He was happy and enjoying his life. Dominic enjoyed nature, gardening, his fish tank, his beloved dogs (Karma, Gotti and Harley) and riding with friends through the mountains. He had a heart of gold. He is survived by his love of four years, Cassie Reed and her extended family, his mother Debra Castro, two sons, many wonderful friends, aunts, uncles and cousins. He is preceded in death by his father Gilbert Gallegos, sister Chanel Gallegos and his grandparents Gilbert and Colleen Gallegos. A memorial service is planned for Tuesday, September 18, 2018, 4:00pm, in the Pavilion of Reflection located at Olinger Crown Hill Mortuary& Cemetery, 7777 West 29th Avenue, Wheatridge, CO.

Reception to follow, Dirty Dogs Roadhouse, 17999 W. Colfax Ave., Golden, CO 80401.


  • Michael Anderson, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Andy Hren, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Erik Zaler, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Sina Ghozati, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Kevin Schweighofer, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Jesse Linville, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Anthony Nguyen, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Rachel Greene, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Jonathan Worley, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Roman Surin, Honorary Pallbearer


  • A Celebration of Life Event - Tuesday - Pavilion of Reflection Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Dominic Otiviano Gallegos

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Rob Cameron

November 22, 2018

Happy Thanksgiving bro mis ya. Rip.

Kathy Quintana

September 24, 2018

Dominic...I just heard and am heart broken. I think of you every time I drive by your grandparents' home and Todd's Tropical Fish store. Your love of fish was infectious and led to quite the aquarium in our house. You and Patrick had so many shall we say..."adventures". I still tell the story of you and Patrick thinking it was a great idea to play dodgeball with rocks at dusk. Only braces saved Patrick's 2 front won that battle. Just 2 of many many childhood memories. Taken way so will be missed.

Rob Cameron

September 24, 2018

Gonna miss talking to ya bro can't believe it's been two weeks. RIP bro!!!

Jillian Haynes

September 19, 2018


The last week has been so unbelievably hard. I swear you showed me a sign of you yesterday as I was running around getting ready to send you off. I know you are here with us still and you know how loved you are and always will be. I will never ever forget you and everyday I will live to remind people of the amazing person you are. We grew up together, I can't even really remember a time where I didn't have you in my life. I am so proud of who you became and for you allowing me to be your friend for 18 years of my life. Thank you for everything you taught me in this life and for always being there for me, not letting anyone pick on me (sorry to anyone Dominic had a talking to because of me), always being there for me when I needed you the most. You were always the first person I called when I came to visit from Pueblo when I moved. I always made sure to stop by and see you. You always answered my calls ALWAYS. Even when I went through that bull shit 115 miles away, you were always there to talk to me and give me your advice. Now it is going to be hard to not be able to call you. 4 days before you passed, I was like "I need to call Dominic", and I didn't and now I fucking can't. I love you Dominic and you showed me true friendship in this life. I will honor your life until the day I am taken to paradise. You were so loved. I hope you are always looking down and watching over us little people. You now roll with everyone! I made sure I didn't leave the house this morning without your sticker on my window. I can see you riding with me everyday! Rest in Paradise my friend, my brother.

Jilly Jills

Desirae Leo

September 19, 2018

Where do I begin with my memories of Dom. I knew him since I was 5 years. My family opened up the fish store, Dominic started coming in and helping around the store. I remember how he would always tease me about little stuff, like a big brother would. But those are some of my fondest memories of him, watching him grow from a sarcastic dorky teenager to the amazing funny man he became. I am still in shock that my big brother is no longer here. I love you bro, you just made it to the finish line before the rest of us. I know you’re gonna be waiting for the rest of us to cross the finish line and greet us with a grin and a “what the heck took you guys so long?” You’ll always be my big brother, until we meet again.

Rob Cameron

September 18, 2018

I remember when i first seen u at stevinson lexus . I thought this guy looks cool he should come down and work with Ryan and i in the used car department. I seen u was a hard worker in the car wash. We hit it off right away. Ryan and i was sad when u went to work at Harley but it was your passion and i get that. For the short time i knew u i knew we would be long time friends. I talked to u the morning this happened and still can't believe it. So sad your going to missed dearly bro . See u again someday. Your friend always Rob Cameron.

jim lloyd

September 18, 2018

Too soon gone Dom, I hope your family will accept my heartfelt sympathy. May it in some small measure ease their pain. The uncommon vigor and passion in you was obvious, I think, to all. You were the guy people want to be near to feel alive. Because you had that zest of life all around you! It's a damn shame you're gone and you will be sorely missed by many. PROUD TO HAVE BEEN YOUR FRIEND, borski.

Michelle Garcia

September 15, 2018

Hito i can only imagine your smile up there chillin with Chanel and your papa. My hope is that you take care of your mama, she needs your guidance, and comfort. I wont tell you goodbye...I will see you later hito. 2young...2soon...2 times 💔. Love your Auntie Chell. 💚