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Rangers honor Mary “Tiny” Gallacher, an unsung Ibrox hero

Following her departure, Rangers paid heartfelt tribute to Mary “Tiny” Gallacher, a club icon and unsung Ibrox hero.

The former Ibrox employee held a number of positions with Rangers and served the club for more than 50 years, earning a reputation for distinction and dignity.

Mary Gallacher began working in the Rangers catering department in 1967 and remained a member of the team until her retirement in 2019. She was a friend to several of the most well-known football players from the club.

Rangers first team honored a legend whose influence on Rangers history over the highs and lows of her five decades cannot be overstated by presenting her with a Guard of Honour on the day she retired—a 3-0 victory over Hearts at Ibrox under Steven Gerrard.

James Bisgrove, the CEO of the Rangers football team, expressed the tremendous sadness felt by all of us upon learning of Tiny’s loss.

She dedicated her entire life to Rangers, where she worked in a variety of capacities for over 50 years.

Numerous Rangers icons considered Tiny to be a dependable friend and coworker, and he was a treasured part of the Rangers family.

Our thoughts are with her family at this sad and difficult time.

Rangers pay tribute to Mary Gallacher

In a heartfelt homage, Rangers have listed all of Mary Gallacher’s accomplishments when she was a background player at Ibrox.

The Ibrox club’s history and its people are part of what makes the Gers so special, and Tiny’s story is one that the club will never forget.

Remarkably, when Mary Gallacher started working for the club in the 1960s, she did so by following in the footsteps of her grandmother Maggie Lindsay and mother Lizzie Love.

Even now, the Rangers have strong familial ties. Her husband John worked in stadium hospitality, her sister Irene worked beside her in the culinary department, and her parents Willie and Davy were also Rangers.

Her family still employs a number of people as Rangers.

Mary Gallacher’s dedication to Rangers was so great that in 2001 she was invited to Monte Carlo to accept a special UEFA award in recognition of her devotion.

Her stories about some of the club’s best players are legendary, and they have accompanied her tours at Ibrox Stadium over the years. She was awarded the John Greig Achievement Award by the Rangers in 2014.

The entire staff of Rangers News sends their sincere sympathies to Mary Gallacher’s family during this trying time.

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