Francis “Frank” Gallagher

1935 ∼ 2019

The Harrington Family of Marstons Mills, MA wrote:

OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU ALL DURING THIS MOST DIFFICULT TIME. WHAT A WONDERFUL PICTURE OF FRANK. SUCH A LOVELY TRIBUTE.

Rick Capuano of Warwick RI wrote:

My deepest sympathy goes out to The Gallagher family. Frank was a great man! I remember as a child he had brought me to the beach house dispit all the issues Chris and I would get into.

BRUCE REAGAN of Mill Valley ca wrote:

Great memories for a good part of my life. I first met him at the Taunton Boys Club. I learned the meaning of black and blue basketball.It served me well in my career. He taught me how to play 45,when I was in grammar school.His brother Bill and I were best friends so I spent many vacations at the Gallagher compound.He always had time to sit and talk about the old days in Taunton.He will be missed

Edward Corr of Hyannis, MA wrote:

My sincerest condolences to Frank's family.

Peter Corr of Taunton, MA wrote:

Frank was a wonderful person, I'm sorry to learn of his passing.

Bob & Theresa Ahearn of Marshfield, MA wrote:

Kathy, Bob and family, Our deepest sympathies to all of you. Keeping you all close in thought and prayer during this difficult time. Your Dad was a special man!

Frederick R McCarthy of Raynham wrote:

Hello, I am Fred one of the McCarthy twins. Frank and I were childhood friends. I lived at 24 West Weir Street. We played baseball at the park and at CYO. We also played Football and Basketball. We chummed around together and he was a good friend. I am truly sorry for your loss.

Carine Reis of Randolph, MA wrote:

He was a gentleman and he was a great friend where all his actions inspired me to dream more, learn more, and do more.

David Bacchetta of Holden, MA wrote:

As a fellow Ameriprise Financial advisor and retired U.S. Marine, I send my condolences to your family. Semper Fi, Master Sergeant David Bacchetta, USMC (Ret)