ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Kelly Gallacher, born on April 26, 1966 and passed away on February 11, 2021. He was 54 years old.  A loving husband, father, brother, uncle, nephew and friend. 

We will always remember his ability to make us laugh and how loved we all felt by him.   We will remember him forever.

We hope you enjoy the presentation and pictures we have to share. They represent what he was, and who he was, and how much he meant to us.  
A Celebration of his Life will be held just as soon as we can, to help ensure that everyone in attendance is safe from this vicious virus that took his life. 
We wish you all good health and wellness in this difficult time that we all are going through. Thank you all for your caring and support. Your love is getting us through.
The Gallacher family.
Posted by Debbie Gallacher on February 25, 2021
To my husband, the sweetest man I have ever known. You made me feel loved every single day. You shared your life, your laughter, the best parts of you - with me. My heart is filled with so many happy memories, you made my life full. 

You filled my heart with so much love, it will last me for the rest of my life. 

Now and always, Puppy.

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Posted by Debbie Gallacher on February 25, 2021
To my husband, the sweetest man I have ever known. You made me feel loved every single day. You shared your life, your laughter, the best parts of you - with me. My heart is filled with so many happy memories, you made my life full. 

You filled my heart with so much love, it will last me for the rest of my life. 

Now and always, Puppy.
his Life

Kelly's Life

Kelly Gallacher, a long time resident of Las Vegas, Nevada passed away on February 11, 2021, at Mountain View Hospital he was 54 years old.  He died suddenly of Covid. It was just the day before, he said he was starting to feel better. The calm before the storm.
He was born on April 26, 1966 in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Joyce and Harold Gallacher. He was married to his soul mate and the love of his life, Debbie "Puppy" Gallacher. They were together and then married for the last 25 years; a love that grew and grew and got stronger every year that passed.  They have two children, Katie Amos and Eric Gallacher. He has two brothers, Hal and Dan Gallacher.  Their closeness and bond reveled second to no other.
Kelly worked the last 25 years as a logistics driver.  Driving his car or driving a truck, he drove more miles then most people ever will  He made a living delivering milk as a milk man or delivering paperwork, televisions, air conditioning parts or bins full of clothing or whatever.  He could get you to wherever you wanted to go in this entire valley - and anywhere beyond. Navigation wasn't a problem for him.
Kelly was loved and cherished by all that knew him. He was one of those people that everyone who met him, liked him. He had many joys in life like good food, music and gatherings with family and friends. He had a heart of gold and would always have your back.  His big voice, his caring heart and his loving smile would always fill the room. He could strike up a conversation with anyone and could be comfortable even if he didn't know anyone in the room.  He was quick to greet you, and you always knew when he was around.  He had many friends, they all loved his spirit. When time went without seeing him, it was like time never passed when you finally did. 
He was a dedicated family man and friend to the end.  He always worked very hard to provide for his family and friends in need.  Even through the pandemic he worked hard to be the provider. He was close to his work colleagues and his customers and was well liked and took pride in taking care of everyone. He always had a smile on his face and loved to see you all. He left you feeling like all is good and he'll be back to see you again. This one last time, he just couldn't return.
All of us that know Kelly will miss his big voice, his big heart and his huge compassion for his family and friends.  Until we meet again, he will be greatly missed!
He is survived by his wife Debbie, his children Eric and Katie, brothers Hal and Dan, his nieces and nephews, Jennifer, Justin, Adam and Emily; Gavin, Allie and Kylie; Allison, Matthew, Owen and Grace; his sister and brother in-laws, Rita and Mike, Lydia, Doug and Sebs and his cherished friends and much loved family members. 
He was a big animal lover and is survived by his many pets and his special buddy Rocky, a little long-haired Chihuahua who was always on his lap and misses him every day. 

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My Brother

Shared by Debbie Gallacher on February 25, 2021
To my brother Kelly, I have loved you my entire life.  I have memories all the way back from when I was four and you were two.  I was so proud to have you as my brother. This picture is of us hugging and the smile on my face says it all.  To this day hugging you has been one of the greatest joys of my life.

You have always been my best friend  When I lost you I lost a very big part of me.  I will love you forever my brother and you will always be missed in my heart. Until we meet again.
Love Hal

Puppy Mountain

Shared by Debbie Gallacher on February 25, 2021

Shared by Debbie Gallacher on February 25, 2021

Kelly had his favorite chair, his recliner. When he was in it, he became "Puppy Mountain", covered with all the animals up there to see him and hang out, get some lovin' and chill with him.

They all would fall asleep in front of the TV.