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Obituary for Mr. Billie Galloway

September 8, 2021
Almo, Kentucky

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Mr. Billie N. Galloway, age 95, of Almo, Kentucky, died on Wednesday, September 8, 2021, at his home.

He was born in Murray, Kentucky on January 9, 1926, to Scudder and Rela Galloway.

Billie worked at Tappan Stove Company in Murray till the plant closed and later retired from Fisher Price in Murray. He was a member of the Temple Hill Masonic Lodge #276 F&AM for 71 years and holds the honor of being the oldest member. He was also the oldest member of the Temple Hill Community Church. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. In his retirement he enjoyed the art of woodworking.

In addition to his parents, he preceded in death by two sisters, Jetta Houston and Valley Miller; three brothers, Alvah Galloway, Bill Galloway and Taz Galloway; one grandson, David Roberts.

Billie is survived by his wife of 75 years Virginia Williams Galloway of Almo, Kentucky; they were married in Corinth Mississippi on May 4, 1946; one daughter, Donna Roberts and husband Larry of Almo, Kentucky; one son, Bobby Galloway and wife Beverly of Murray, Kentucky; three grandchildren, Michael Galloway, John Galloway and Kimberly Roberts; one great grandson, Jake Galloway; two nephews, Danny Galloway and Ned Galloway; three nieces, Ava Galloway, Toni Brehler and Kate Eldridge.

Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. Monday, September 13, 2021, in the chapel of the J.H. Churchill Funeral Home and Cremation Services. Rev. Kendrick Lewis will officiate with burial to follow in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Due to the current pandemic, there will be no public visitation held.

Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Temple Hill Cemetery Fund, c/o Warren Hopkins, 405 Maple Street, Suite B. Murray, Kentucky 42071.

Online condolences can be made at www.thejhchurchillfuneralhome.com

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