Anne Gallun

Anne Carley Gallun

Thursday, September 23rd, 1948 - Tuesday, July 14th, 2020
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Anne Carley Gallun, born September 23, 1948, passed away of COVID-19 on July 14, 2020. Cherished daughter of the late Oscar and Adahmae (Carley) Gallun. Preceded in death by her “Big Brother” Oscar Gallun Jr. Beloved sister to Mary Pat (James) Grafwallner, nieces Suzanne (Nicholas) Fedie and Margaret (Brian) Haddock, and great-nephews James and Henry Fedie and Charles and Luke (who she endearingly called “Louie”) Haddock. Also loved by her extended family and friends.

Carley Anne grew up on Hi Mount Blvd in Milwaukee and was a student in the first class at St. Coletta Day School in 1956. Her hobbies included bowling, riding her bike, talking on the phone, writing letters, and swimming. She was a lifelong fan of the Wisconsin Badgers and MUHS football and basketball teams. She loved being with her family and friends, celebrating holidays and special occasions. Carley Anne lived by her Catholic faith. Her life was a testament to the power of love, bringing joy to those who knew her.

Special thanks to Joe and the caring staff at Parkway House. To St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care, for their wonderful day program. To Jill and the SPRED team who provided social and spiritual enrichment with kindness and compassion. To the doctors and nurses on 8N at Froedtert Hospital who gave Carley Anne the very best care.

In lieu of flowers, memorial to St. Coletta Day School, 1740 N. 55th St., Milwaukee, WI 53208. There will be a private interment at Valhalla Cemetery. A celebration of Carley Anne’s life is planned for September 2021.
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Jean Gorski

Posted at 06:00pm
Dear Family,
I wish to send you my sympathy. My bother, Jimmy Wisth, was a classmate of Anne’s. Sister Mary Francis Borgia was their teacher. Fellow classmates included Christine Gaenslen, Henry Loomis and Susie Berghammer. Our Jimmy passed away at the age of 67 on September 15, 2017. He had developed a brain tumor called a glioblastoma. He inspired our family with his loving ways. I became a special education and taught at Gaenslen School. He also lived his faith and was an usher at his church. They were both special people with hearts full of love. I do remember Anne. She was a very pretty little girl. My love to you.
Jean Wisth Gorski

Kathleen Reeves

Posted at 10:34am
It is said that when you marry someone you marry their family. When my brother, Jim, wed MaryPat , I was blessed with having Anne becoming part of my life. And oh ,what an important role she played in our family. We learned so much from Anne. She taught us what it meant to persevere when things became challenging,she demonstrated how to live your faith and how to talk to God. Anne showed us how to socialize. She usually was the first person to greet you and because she was genuinely interested in us, she was prepared with lots of questions of how we were doing. Anne’s love for her family was pure and innocent and she was secure in knowing that they were always there for her. I am grateful that Anne shared her life and love with me and my family.Until me meet again,Anne.

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