Matilda Ann Burris Fowler

May 29, 1951January 2, 2019

Matilda Ann Burris Fowler was born on May 29, 1951 and passed away on January 2, 2019.


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Matilda Ann Burris Fowler

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naomi Hayes

January 9, 2019

Loved by all who knew her Tilly always wore a contagious smile. Tilly you will be missed. You loved Uncle Joe and Josh, you loved life but most of all you loved the Lord. Rest in peace.

April Wanzer

January 6, 2019

My dear Sister in Christ. How I will miss you. You fought the good fight of faith. You were such a great example to me of a life well lived for Christ, even to the end. That is your legacy; you loved the Lord, with ALL of your heart. I will miss our talks, and the Godly advice you always gave. You have earned your rest, but given your love for Him, I know you are dancing at the feet of Jesus.

Joe, and Joshua, you have my deepest sympathy and condolences. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

"Peaches" (April)
Psalm 91

Mary Alice Davis

January 4, 2019

Matilda fondly known as Tilly to me was one of the original employees along with myself that worked at WHS, Department Of Defense for many years, until she later retired. Tilly was kind and showed loved to all who she came in contact with, always willing to lend a hand, and of course make you smile.
I can remember Tilly calling me Sis and asking what is going on? Tilly talked about God and during "911" Tilly did her best to help keep us motivated by reminding us that God was with us and not to walk in fear, we appreciated her wisdom and insight. Tilly would pray for us as needed , we would take a break and would visit the Pentagon Chapel which was a blessing for us, or attend Bible study with Tilly, she always reminded us it was Bible study day, extending and invitation to one and all. Our office picnics were great, Tilly was always ready to hit a home run, she worked hard in the outfield too!
Rest in peace dear Tilly!!!!
Mary A. Davis (Former Co-worker, and Friend)