ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Julie Gallagher (barrett), 58 years old, born on January 31, 1964, and passed away on July 24, 2022. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Gregg Gallagher on August 11, 2022
From a nephew that is proud to call you auntie and a family that called you ours.

You had the ability to fill a room even if you was the only person init. A heart of gold that would comfort anyone ,The story’s of a comedian and a tough nut that even cancer struggled with. Its hard to put into words what you meant to us and there’s not a day that goes by we don’t remember you.
 Love you loads auntie Julie forever and always
Gregg ,Hayley, Jorgie and    ruby (your double)
❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

 
Posted by John Gallagher on August 11, 2022
To me you were 2 in a million, one sharp as anything proper switched on, the other maybe not so. I'll miss both of you in bundles and I'll especially miss the laughs and the tales you told of what you would get up to. Massive loss for us all. Xxx John G xxx
Posted by Louise O’Hare on August 11, 2022
Julie, no words can ever express the heartache I feel at your passing. You were my one and only Sister in this life and no time nor place will ever break that bond.

I knew and loved you from the moment you entered this world, so full of life, mischief and energy! You were fiercely loyal of your family and would take anyone on who insulted us.

I watched you grow in years but never aged. Your sense of humour was unique and came so naturally to you. You were the kindest most caring person I ever knew.

You fought so long and hard but now is your time to rest. So now my precious beloved Julie, may God Bless you and hold you close until we meet once more.

Rest now my beautiful Angel
❣️❣️

Xxxx

Posted by Paul Gallagher on August 11, 2022
Julie can't believe you were taken so soon. My life is not the same without you in it.
You put up a brave fight and never gave up battling this cruel disease.
Love you always xx
Posted by Carly Parkinson on August 11, 2022
The strongest woman I have ever known! There’s no one quite like my grandma Julie, she was one in a million ❤️

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Posted by Gregg Gallagher on August 11, 2022
From a nephew that is proud to call you auntie and a family that called you ours.

You had the ability to fill a room even if you was the only person init. A heart of gold that would comfort anyone ,The story’s of a comedian and a tough nut that even cancer struggled with. Its hard to put into words what you meant to us and there’s not a day that goes by we don’t remember you.
 Love you loads auntie Julie forever and always
Gregg ,Hayley, Jorgie and    ruby (your double)
❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

 
Posted by John Gallagher on August 11, 2022
To me you were 2 in a million, one sharp as anything proper switched on, the other maybe not so. I'll miss both of you in bundles and I'll especially miss the laughs and the tales you told of what you would get up to. Massive loss for us all. Xxx John G xxx
Posted by Louise O’Hare on August 11, 2022
Julie, no words can ever express the heartache I feel at your passing. You were my one and only Sister in this life and no time nor place will ever break that bond.

I knew and loved you from the moment you entered this world, so full of life, mischief and energy! You were fiercely loyal of your family and would take anyone on who insulted us.

I watched you grow in years but never aged. Your sense of humour was unique and came so naturally to you. You were the kindest most caring person I ever knew.

You fought so long and hard but now is your time to rest. So now my precious beloved Julie, may God Bless you and hold you close until we meet once more.

Rest now my beautiful Angel
❣️❣️

Xxxx

her Life

Julie’s life

Even as a young girl everybody knew Julie was different, she had a spark no one else had she could put a smile on anyones face. she grew up in burnley, (not much) but she was well known by everyone, and everyone had a different story to share of her weather it be funny or happy, here you can share your stories with Julie whenever you want!
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Shared by Dee Dee O Hare on August 12, 2022
Auntie Julie, you are at the centre of some of my happiest childhood memories and for that, I will be forever grateful to you. I used to be so excited to travel up to Burnley to stay with you, and I will never forget one of the best holidays I ever had, when you took me to Flamingo-land. 
I remember as a child, that sometimes I would just sit and admire you. To me you were so beautiful with your bright blue eyes and golden hair. You were always the best dressed and I remember so vividly the smell of your perfume. Beyond all of that, you were also so kind and generous. You never missed a Birthday or Christmas, for me or my girls and I remember you taking care of me once when I was unwell when staying with you and how attentive and caring you were. As my mum’s precious little sister and my favourite Auntie, we are all so heartbroken to have lost someone so special. I will always have the fondest memories of you and you will always have a special place in our hearts. Love you lots Auntie Julie, sleep tight xxx

Miss you xx

Shared by Paul Gallagher on August 11, 2022
Can't believe that you have gone. Miss you my beautiful wife xx. Taken way too soon by a cruel illness.
You are the strongest woman I know and you fought it with all your strength. 
My life won't be the same now you have been taken from us.Until we meet again xx