Arnold Lee Gallagher Sr.
Arnold Lee Gallagher Sr., also called "A.G.", "Arnie," or "War Chief," 63, went home to be with his Lord July 5, 2013, at his residence in Chiloquin, Ore.
Arnie was born to Lola Gallagher and Theodore Knight Jan. 13, 1950, in Chiloquin, Ore. He was the fourth of eleven children for Lola.
Arnie attended Chiloquin School in his early years and later attended Klamath Union High school. He met the love of his life Sherri Parazoo at an early age and together they had three children.
Arnie had a lifelong passion for music - he enjoyed playing his guitar and rocking out with numerous bands during his life. Savage Resurrection and Rock Bottom were just two of the bands he participated in. Arnie was an avid fisherman and a spiritual man. During his younger years he participated in the All-Indian basketball tournaments. You also were sure to see him riding his bike in Klamath Falls or Chiloquin or even both places in the same day, he would peddle most everywhere he would go and would always have a smile, wave or hug for the people he would see.
He always enjoyed spending time playing and talking with his grandchildren whom he loved dearly.
Arnie is survived by his children: Ian Gallagher, Cassie Gallagher, Arnold Gallagher Jr., Darrell Unive; grandchildren: Matt Gallagher, Joe Gallagher, Seqoia Gallagher, Savana Gallagher, Sailee Gallagher, Anthony Buchanan, Dancen Townsend, Milana Unive, Shayawna Unive, Skylar Unive; and a soon-to-be-born great-grandchild; sisters: Nadra Gallagher, Debra "Donita" Gallagher and Mist Harrington; brothers: Cecil Gallagher, Dee Harrington and Kenny Knight; 19 nieces and nephews, 38 great-nieces and -nephews and 11 great-great-nieces and nephews and numerous other relatives
Arnie was preceded in death by his mother Lola Gallagher, wife Sherri Parazoo, sister Ardana Gallagher; brothers: Darrell "Bogie" Gallagher, Osbourne "Oz" Gallagher, Louie Gallagher and Talbort Harrington and numerous other relatives.
Services will be at 11 a.m. today in the Chiloquin Christian Fellowship Church, Chiloquin, Ore. Concluding services will follow at Fort Klamath Cemetery, with a reception back in the Chiloquin Christian Fellowship Church.
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