To view a video tribute for David S. Gailey, please click here.\nOur loving husband, father, grandfather, brother and uncle peacefully died at “Moose Meadow”, his mountain home, on June 22, 2006. Our father lived a rich, full life. He was blessed to share his life with two beautiful eternal companions. David was preceded in death on August 26, 1970 by his first wife Phyllis Ludlow. They were married August 15, 1947 in the Salt Lake Temple. Dad then was blessed with a second love and married Katherine Barbieri Frazier on April 7, 1971 in the Salt Lake Temple. Her happy humorous disposition was the medicine he needed to return joy to his life. David was born December 10, 1926 in Syracuse, Utah to Marlin and Laura Gailey. He was a graduate of Davis High School, Weber State, Utah State University, and Texas A&M where he received his PhD in vocational education. He found great satisfaction in teaching at all levels of education and administration of State Vocational Education. He gave honorable service to his Country in WW II. Church service included serving in several bishoprics and twice as Bishop. He successfully served three missions. He loved being a home teacher. Dad's passions in life where his family, friends, woodwork, painting, gardening, service to others and his mountain retreat.\nSurvived by children, Katherine (Clint) Bull, Michael (Jayne) Gailey, Craig (Sharon) Gailey, Scott (Karen) Gailey, Lynn (Tammy) Barbieri, Lisa (Gary) Reimann, Christy (Ted) Elder, Dusty (Debbie) Barbieri, Becky (Richard) Farnsworth, Arna (David) Beard. As well as siblings, Blain (Opal) Gailey, Ferrel (Shirley) Gailey, LaPriel (Ken) Hunter, Sandra (Melvin) Alexander, 38 grandchildren, 35 great grandchildren and many nephews and nieces. Preceded in death by parents, sister Donell (Vaughn) Hansen, son Edwin (Christine) Barbieri.\nFuneral services will be held Wednesday, June 29, 2006, 11:00 am at the Parkway Ward 1208 West 12400 South, Riverton, Utah. Friends and family may call Tuesday, June 28 from 6 - 8 pm at Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary at 1007 West South Jordan Parkway (10600 South) and one hour prior to the funeral services. Interment, Syracuse City Cemetery.