Jeanne LuAnn Galla, age 61, passed away peacefully on Sunday, October 21, at BSA Hospice of Southwest in Amarillo Texas. A celebration of her life will be at 11am Wednesday, October 24 at Bell Ave Baptist Church, 5211 Bell St. Arrangements are under the guidance of Lighthouse Funeral and Cremation Services.
She was born September 12, 1957, in Dumas, to Jerry and Jean Sherrod (Turner). She attended Stratford High School. She worked in the field of optometry for many years. She was a loving mother and grandmother to her two sons Shane and Coby. She dearly loved all of her family and was dearly loved by them.
Cristi Gooding was her niece that oversaw her well-being for several years and she was forever grateful to Cristi and her family Brad Breanna and Ashley’s dedication to her. She is survived by her sons, Shane Galla and wife Mandy of Hoisington Kansas along with their 3 boys Rhen, Reece and Rogan; Coby Galla and wife Brooke of Kingfisher OK. along with their children Bradien, Landon, Easton, Camryn, Bentley, Oakley, Sterling and Remington. Her other niece Casie Tucker and husband Larry of Sierra Vista AZ and their children Keira and her husband Michael and son Chayston, Kian, Kappy and Kooper. A brother Jerry Mark Sherrod and wife Cindy of New Braunfels, several nieces and nephews Kamber, Jaysie and Scotty. She loved them all and was so proud of them.
She loved her dog DuPont, He was her little buddy! LuAnn especially loved going to watch Bradien’s High School football and basketball championship games in Canadian and if she couldn’t attend you would find her listening to his games on her Ipad radio. She lived to watch her children and grandchildren play sports.
Her only Granddaughter Cam was such a joy because she was the first girl amongst many Galla Boys and they had a special bond. Her friends Kath, Belinda and Torie were among some of her very best friends along with many others, she was so much fun to be with! LuAnn loved NASCAR and went to many races throughout her life. She loved to dance when she was able to. Her favorite was country and western music.
She is preceded in death by her parents and her Sister Teri.