Clifford “Cliff” Gallaugher, 82 of Peck, Idaho passed away on Friday, December 23rd, 2011, at the Orofino Hospital.
Cliff was born on June 20th, 1929 in Arlington, WA, to the late Harland and Annie (Jorgensen) Gallaugher.
Cliff enlisted in the Air Force and was honorably discharged in 1951. Following his discharge, Cliff met his wife June where they married in Snohomish, WA.
In his travels, he purchased a restaurant in Denver, CO, a restaurant bar in Elk City, ID, an outfitting company: Bugle Point Outfitters, and the Ho Hum Motel in Lewiston. He then moved to Peck, ID where he retired to the ranch. He used his trade as a carpenter and sheet metal worker in businesses and home life.
Cliff is survived by his brother Harvey and Inez (Shultz) Gallaugher, nieces Marilyn, Nancy and Pamela; brother John Gallaugher (who has since passed, March 2012) his wife, Patty and daughters. Sisters: MaryAnn (Gallaugher) Oliphant and sons and daughters, Alice Dill and daughters, and also his long-time trail partners Al Latch and Merle Kleen. His brother Harvey, traveled from Spokane many times to enjoy the ranch and building projects with Cliff.
The family is having a memorial gathering for friends and family at the Orofino VFW, on Saturday, June 23rd at 10:30 a.m. The funeral will be held in Lewiston, ID at the Normal Hills Cemetery at 2 p.m.