Dwain Galloway, 70, of Grand Mound, Iowa, died Tuesday evening, May 14, 2013, at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City, Iowa.
Funeral services were Saturday, May 18, 2013, in the Funeral Home. Pastor Chuck Kelsey officiated. Burial followed at Evergreen Cemetery, Grand Mound, Iowa.
Pallbearers were Jeremy Coates, Clif Norberg, Chris Grell, Jay Hawthorne, Owen Boedeker, Dave Carson, Dennis Galloway, and Kelly Noel. Honorary pallbearers were Justin Knight, Brandon Galloway, Jakob Galloway, and Samuel Henningsen.
Harold Dwain Galloway was born June 30, 1942, in Elwood, Iowa, to Harold and Earline (Riggs) Galloway. He was raised and attended school in Grand Mound, Iowa. Dwain married his high school sweetheart, Carol Dammerman, on August 6, 1961. He spent the majority of his working years as an owner/operator truck driver, and in the building trade. Dwain still enjoyed driving truck locally, even after retirement.
He enjoyed his acreage, loved camping and hunting with his family, watching the Hawkeyes and Da Bears, and riding his Harley. Dwain had many special friends that he enjoyed spending time with. Most of all he loved his wife, his children, and his grandchildren.
Surviving are his loving wife of nearly 52 years, Carol; children, Scott (Kelly) Galloway and Wendi (Josh) Mitchell all of DeWitt; grandchildren, Brandon and Jakob Galloway, and Samuel Henningsen; step-grandchildren, Justin and Amanda Knight; step-great-granddaughters, Aubrey and Alex; brothers, Gerald (Barb) Wirth, Earl (Jo), Don (Jan), Larry (Pat), Roger (Linda), Al (Pam), Russ (Marilyn), Jim (Bev), and Geff Galloway; sisters, Darlene Simmons, Rhea (Merwyn) Hasenmiller, Barb (Ken) Schroeder, Marcia (Ronnie) Barten, and Linda Miller; also survived by his beloved mother-in-law, Louise Lichtenstein and brothers-in-law Dennis (Marsha) Dammerman, and Randy (Joanne) Burmester, and many loving nieces, nephews, and Pat Dammerman, Viola Dammerman, and Russ and Leona Fey.
He was preceded in death by his parents, and father-in-law, Morris Dammerman.
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