Meagan Janine Van Huystee Gallegos

Meagan Janine Van Huystee Gallegos was born April 29, 1975 to John and Anne Davies Van Huystee in Sidney, British Columbia, Canada. Meagan passed away on 12,21,2022 at the age of 47.

She married her beloved husband, Jose Phillip “Hippie” Gallegos August 19, 2000. They have resided in El Rancho, NM their entire marriage. Besides her beloved husband, Meagan is survived by her precious daughter, Jackyn, sister,best friend, Alexia Peña, niece Breann, nephew James Peña, her loving dad and step mom, John and Cathy Van Huystee, Elhart, In., a step brother, Marcus Weldy, Elkhart, IN and a step sister Sara Birkley (Ben) and nieces, Littleton, CO. Meagan leaves behind in Canada an uncle Hans Van Huystee (Maryann), aunts, Wilhelmina McConnel, and Truus DeVisser, in addition to numerous cousins. 

Meagan is also survived by her loving mother in law, Lia Gallegos, sister in law, Phyllis Gallegos, brother in laws, Ramon Gallegos (Kathleen), Manny Gallegos, Henry Gallegos (Alicia), and many precious nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews.

Meagan was preceded in death by her mom, Anne Davies Van Huystee 6/29/1995, her father-in-law Jose A. Gallegos 12/18/2010 and a dear friend John Brehn 3/24/2003. 

Meagan was loved and will be missed by all knew her!

There will be a Memorial, Celebration of Life at Cities of Gold Hotel in Pojoaque, NM on Saturday Feb. 4, 2003. Family will be greeting guests at 12:00 noon.

The celebration ceremony will be at 12:30. A meal will follow after service. 

The family invites you to join them in celebrating her beautiful life!

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