Condolences for Howard Gallaher

Jim and Sandy Sisson posted on 4/5/19

Tammy & Mark, Wanda and family, So many memories of your dad over all the years, first living across the street in Steinersville, Broken Arrow Saddle Club, horse shows, square dancing and of course your mom also. Howard was a good man and you can be proud of him in so many ways. Jim and Sandy Sisson.



Mark Wiles posted on 4/3/19

Remember all the Horse Shoes at the Broken Arrow Saddle Club; Being a kid and going to the farm and just enjoying the day playing and having so much fun. I know you will be missed Howard; say hello to my Dad and Mom when you see them. Much prayers for Mark, Tammy & Jim. Thinking about you all during this time.


Jill Showalter (Hart) posted on 4/3/19

Remembering him from many years of horse shows. Always smiling, kind and generous man. My condolences to the family.


Jill Showalter (Hart) posted on 4/3/19

Remember the many years at the horse shows. Always smiling and so very kind and generous. Prayers for the family.


Becky and Ken Miller posted on 4/3/19

We will miss you Howard. You were one of the great guys. We will always treasure your friendship.



Famie and Joe Doty posted on 4/3/19

We have a lot of good memories with you through the years from the saddle club and many years later wagon rides. You always had a smile and kind word. My sincere condolences to the family


Kathy Graham Hart posted on 4/3/19

As far back as I can remember , your smile was always there!Horse shows, square dancing,visiting your home!You will truly be missed,and will be forever in my heart!


Buddy and Stacy posted on 4/3/19

Our hearts are saddened by your loss and our thoughts and prayers are with you.


Deneen Duncan Thomas posted on 4/3/19

I have a lot of great memories of Howard and all the times showing horses and going to square dances. He will be greatly miss. Mark,Tammy and Jim my thoughts prayers and love goes out to each of you and your families. So sorry for your loss



Janet Cole Swallie posted on 4/3/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you all!!!


Kathleen Mathers posted on 4/2/19

Howard your smiling face and quiet demeanor will be missed.