Hannah Galegher, 22, Minot, died Wednesday, December 21, 2022 in a Minot hospital.
Hannah came into the world like a firecracker on the 4th of July, 2000 to Randi Galegher and Joseph Bratvold. She was raised and educated in Minot and attended Minot High School. During her working years, she was currently employed at Pearls Pet Parlor & Wendy’s and previously with Bones BBQ and Taco Bell.
Hannah loved animals even though she was severely allergic to them. She had many pets in her lifetime, including Clark Kent and Lainey, her cats of 18 years, along with her beloved dog, Esko. She loved her family and numerous friends. She had a special love for the lake that she acquired from her 2 parents. She was not reluctant to try new things, even things like sushi. Hannah had an unforgettable smile that would light up a room.
Hannah had one demon in her life, that unfortunately resulted in her leaving her family and friends on earth to be our guardian angel in Heaven. Her last hours with us she provided gifts to others to live a beautiful life. She also wanted to share the gift of recovery with others. She wanted her friends to receive the kind of help that she was receiving herself. May God bless her loving memory.
Hannah’s loving family includes: her mother, Randi Galegher, Minot; father, Joseph (Krista) Bratvold, Minot, brothers, Bryce and Jayce Bratvold, Minot, sister, Brenna Bratvold, Minot; grandparents, Lola Blazer, Minot, Val and Brad Wells, Minot, Marlen Bratvold, Minot; uncles and aunts, Nick (Stacey) Jackson, Minot and Jason Bratvold, Minot, Bethany (Justin) McCall, Minot, Mike (Crystal) Bratvold, Casper, WY and Carrie Legg, Harvey; cousins, Brooklynn, McKenna, Memphis and Maddison Jackson and Dillon and Ethan McCall.
Hannah was preceded in death by her grandfather, Ruben Obregon.
Celebration of Life service: Wednesday, December 28, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. in Our Redeemers Church, Minot.
Visitation: Tuesday, December 27th from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in Thomas Family Funeral Home, Minot
Interment: Rosehill Memorial Park, Minot.
Memorials are preferred to ND Adult &Teen Challenge of Mandan, ND.