Kelly Marie (Sommer) Gallimore, age 46, formerly of Pine City, died on Sunday, August 21, 2011, at her home in Hinckley. Kelly, the daughter of Butch and Ilene (Teich) Sommer, was born on September 20, 1964, in Rush City, Minnesota. She attended and graduated from Pine City Public Schools in 1983. Kelly married Jon Gallimore on April 23, 1988. Even though Jon and Kelly eventually went their separate ways, they remained good friends and Jon continues to be part of the Sommer family. When Kelly was 13 years old, she was diagnosed with Juvenile Diabetes. In her teens, she became a volunteer at Lakeside Nursing Home visiting and writing letters for the residents. Kelly received her nursing assistant certification and later was employed at the Sandstone Nursing Home until her vision made it impossible for her to continue working. For many years, Kelly enjoyed fishing and camping with her boys. Her loss of vision didn’t stop her from working on many craft projects with her nieces and cousins. Kelly loved to cook and bake, often making pies and desserts using her grandmother’s recipes. Kelly will forever be remembered and loved by her three children: Nick Gallimore of North Port, Florida; Tyler Gallimore of Sturgeon Lake, Minnesota; and Nathan Helm of Sandstone, Minnesota; step-grandson Christian; parents Butch and Ilene Sommer of Pine City; brothers Tom Sommer of Little Falls, Jim Sommer of Pine City, and Steve Sommer of Orlando, Florida. She is also survived by nieces Shannon, Shiann, and Lauren and nephew Jared; special friend Teddy Helm and the Helm family of Sandstone; many special aunts, uncles, and cousins. Kelly was preceded in death by an infant daughter Megan; infant nephew Jeremy Sommer; grandparents Dallas Teich, Beatrice Teich LaTourelle, Dewey LaTourelle, Henry and Evelyn Sommer. A visitation will be held from 12:00-1:00 PM on Friday, September 23, 2011, at the Swanson Funeral Chapel in Pine City. A private memorial service for the family will be held at 1:00 PM. Inurnment will be at Birchwood Cemetery in Pine City.