Amy Christine Fairchild

Amy Christine Fairchild

June 6, 1966 - March 9, 2020

DALLAS

Amy Christine (Gallia) Fairchild, 53, passed away after a brief illness at Baylor Scott White Hospital in Irving on Monday, March 9, 2020.
Amy was born in Dallas, Texas on June 6, 1966, the daughter of Ronald Wayne and Rebecca Louise (Gilliam) Gallia. She graduated from Denison High School and attended Grayson County College where she received her license in Cosmetology and has a successful salon in the Dallas area. Amy was in the Miss Texas Pageant as Miss Grayson County College and Miss Fort Worth. Amy and Drew Fairchild were married in Denison on May 10, 1997. In addition to her successful foray into the pageant world, Amy Fairchild was a highly sought after, accomplished vocalist. Her various projects included car commercials for television, commercial jingles, demos for a project Bell Helicopter was to unveil and countless other endeavors. Additionally, Amy fronted several local bands including RISK and EVOLUTION, leading the latter band, with her husband, Drew Fairchild, overseas for three separate tours in Europe. Besides performing hundreds of shows regionally and nationally, Amy’s music career has taken her to such places as Finland, France, Russia and The Netherlands.
Visitation will be 3-5 p.m. Sunday, March 15 at Johnson-Moore Funeral Home.
Graveside services will be 1:00 p.m. Monday, March 16, 2020 at Oakridge Cemetery where she will be laid to rest next to her father, Ronald Wayne Gallia, a retired Denison Police Captain. Brother Gregg Knight will officiate.
Amy is survived by her husband of 22 years, Drew Fairchild of Dallas and her mother, Rebecca “Becky” Gallia of Denison.
She was preceded in death by her father, Ronald W. Gallia.
In lieu of flowers, the family request donations to Shriner’s Hospital for Crippled Children, 6977 Main St., Houston, TX 77030 or Denison Animal Welfare Group (DAWG), P.O. Box 1330, Denison, TX 75021.
Arrangements are under the direction of Johnson-Moore Funeral Home.
Condolences may be registered to: www.johnsonmoorefuneralhome.net.

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  • Liz Henry

    says:

    Becki, so sorry to hear of your tremendous loss. May your memories bring you comfort. Lifting you in prayer. :pray::skin-tone-2::heartpulse: Liz Davis-Henry #BCBSTX #TrailBlazer

  • Janet Schmidt

    says:

    Drew. I am so sorry for your loss. Many prayers of strength & comfort for you & your family.

  • Betty Howe

    says:

    Knowing Amy was a great gift. Her beautiful smile and voice were wonderful. She brought joy to our home when visiting. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Drew and her mother. May your memories bring you peace. Betty and Dave Howe

  • Lacretia Shearer

    says:

    Becki, so sorry to hear of your tremendous loss. She was a beautiful person inside and out and I remember her coming to BCBS preforming for us and you sewing some of her gowns. You and your family will be in my prayers.

  • Eric Younkin

    says:

    May the holy spirit move through the family and provide a sense of peace that Amy is now in a better place free of sickness and pain. May my brother Drew Fairchild lean on his friends to help him through this most difficult time. I was fortunate to attend Drew and Amy’s wedding and I know after spending lots of quality time with Drew as of late, I know how much he loved, respected and revered his wife Amy. The way that he spoke of her and all of her many talents, he was always beaming when he said her name. I know the family is going through an incredibly rough time at the moment so please lift each other up in the name of Jesus and the peace you require will be found.

  • Todd Davis

    says:

    For the rest of my existence… i’ll always hear her voice whenever i play, perform, sing or even think of Elvis. I had already known Amy for several years but when Drew suggested she get up and sing with us one night …. i was lukewarm, but ok with the idea. 2 minutes into “Suspicious Minds” and I realized I was going to have to take a backseat to this woman’s talent. Her voice was so beautiful and powerful that, even though my voice was on that night, I realized I had not even been born yet!!!! Those in attendance couldnt have cared less about our performance… all eyes were now on her. Deservedly so. LIke nothing I had ever heard….. Drew, you were right. It was a great suggestion because we did that another 50 times 🙂 Amy, you were always kind to me. Always smiling. Always positive. While I”m sure you werent a perfect person, I dont think I ever saw it – you had too many wonderful attributes for me to ever see anything except “beautiful.” I hope with all my heart you’re standing with Christ and His salvation – His love and Beauty – since you seemed to already possess it here. All of my Love, your brother… Todd “The Burns” Davis

  • bobbie gallia

    says:

    The loss of Amy will be felt for a long time, her talents, her smile, her beauty will always be here in our hearts and she will be missed. I remember her as a bouncy little girl and as a beautiful adult she brought joy to life around her and brightened the room when she entered. Becky and family, I send you my love and sympathy, this just doesn’t seem like it’s real. How I wish I could be there with you all. Bobbie and Al Gallia.

  • Drew Fairchild

    says:

    *Beautiful* words, Burns. Thank you, brother.

  • Drew Fairchild

    says:

    Thank you *so* much, Eric.

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