Timothy Gallagher

June 4, 1958 - March 4, 2022
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Tuesday 3/8, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
St. Joachim Parish / Annunciation Church
601 W. Browning Rd.
Bellmawr, NJ 08031
Wednesday 3/9, 9:00 am - 9:45 am
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St. Joachim Parish / Annunciation Church
601 W. Browning Rd.
Bellmawr, NJ 08031
Wednesday 3/9, 10:00 am

Timothy Gallagher On March 4, 2022 of Bellmawr. Age 63.  Beloved husband of Ann (nee Skaziak). Devoted father of David Gallagher. Loving grandfather of Daniel. Dear brother of John Gallagher (Kathy), Maureen Gallagher, Patricia Gallagher, Kathy Gallagher, and Jim Gallagher (Diane). Cherished uncle of Brian Gallagher and Selena Gallagher. Tim was born on 6/4/1958.  He wentContinue Reading

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Rob & Loretta Frame left a message on March 9, 2022:
Tim was one in a million could always remember going to colonial and his great big smile and friendly face. So very sorry Ann and Dave for your loss, may tim rest in peace until we see him in heaven
Vicky Franks left a message on March 8, 2022:
Ann and Family, I am so sorry to hear of Tim passing and this terrible loss for you and your family. Tim was an exceptional man and human being , always a pleasure to see him at the Colonial and what a true gentleman he was. The world has truly lost one of the Best.
John & Kathy Buri left a message on March 8, 2022:
Ann & Family, I cannot imagine what a loss you all must feel. I am so glad to have met Timmy so long ago now. He is one of the nicest people we have had the honor of meeting. I can't believe he is gone but know that he is watching over you all. I wish I would have gotten to see him before he retired but COVID messed that up! RIP Timmy, you will be missed!!!
Bill McGuinness left a message on March 8, 2022:
Tim and I went To Gloucester Catholic together. He was always a great guy. I enjoyed seeing him at the Colonial over the years. The world has lost a prince.
Stephen Piontkowski left a message on March 8, 2022:
I worked at the Colonial every Friday and Saturday nights in the kitchen from 1990 - 1992. Tim was a great friend and colleague. I remember him fondly talking about his family and Legos! Cheers Tim. Rest well.
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Denise Finer left a message on March 8, 2022:
Dear John, Maureen, Trish, Kathy, Jim, Ann and Children: I am so sorry that Tim has passed on. I know that he was a devoted son, brother, husband, father, grandfather and friend. What a sense of loss - this wonderful man. And, much he endured. You have all been so devoted to one another. I am sure that Tim knows how much he is loved. And I trust that his love for you will be with you always. All of these missing "pieces".........such beloved treasures. With Love, Denise
Bill Choy left a message on March 7, 2022:
I'm so glad to have known you the past 40 plus years. I still remember sitting at the Colonial when John introduced me to his brother Tim, the new sandwich kid. Most of your life, you dealt with medical issues without complaints and a positive attitude. Fortunately you had a great family and your family had you. Prayers to all of the Gallagher family, from the Choy family.
Nina Gaskill left a message on March 7, 2022:
Tim, I will miss you very much. I met you as a friend to Roy, but have always felt we were friends. I always looked forward to going to the Colonial when we were in NJ hoping we would get to see you. You were a truly great person and will be missed very much. Our prayers are with the whole Gallagher family. God Bless You. We loved you.
Roy Gaskill left a message on March 7, 2022:
Tim is probably the most beloved person I can think of, for good reason. He had a smile he would give to everyone that made all feel that you made his day when you saw him. I never saw him mad or say a unkind word. This world will be sadder without him here. I send my deepest condolences to the entire Gallagher family, especially Ann, David and Daniel. Via Con Dios, Tim
Christal McCullough left a message on March 7, 2022:
Nick and I were shocked and heart broken to hear of Tim's passing. Stopping at the Colonial Cafe after my 3-11 shift several nights a week since 2008 gave me many opportunities to have long talks with Tim about the Florida Keys, retirement, the good old days when he worked in retail and all sorts of topics. Despite his medical ailments he always kept his head up and always made me smile when I saw him.
Mike Feeney left a message on March 7, 2022:
Tim was one of a kind. He was intelligent, funny, thoughtful, caring, honest and the best friend a person could ever hope to have in this life. I've been a friend of Tim's for over 50 years and never met anyone who was more willing to help a friend out in time of need. If you needed help repairing your home, fixing your car or a simple ride to the doctors, just call Tim. He was quick witted and never afraid to give you his HONEST opinion about politics, religion, sports or a misguided decision you were about to make. We always looked forward to a visit from Tim, because you knew you were going to be challenged intellectually and laugh till you cried. He loved his family, friends, church and his country and he never shied away from admitting it. He suffered through health problems for much of his life, but he never complained and never let his condition get the best of him. A remarkable man who I hold in the highest regard. I love you Tim and I'll miss you more than you know my friend, be at peace! Mike Feeney
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