Bryan Keith Fowler

October 10, 1961October 19, 2018

Bryan Keith Fowler, age 57 passed away on Friday October 19, 2018. Bryan was born October 10, 1961 to Larry and Jo Fowler.

Bryan is survived by his son T.J. Fowler; daughter Katlyn Fowler Blackwell; and son-in-law Matthew Blackwell; father Larry Fowler and mother Jo Fowler; grandchild Noah Blackwell, grandchild M.J. Blackwell, grandchild Dean Blackwell and ex wife, Donna Hawkins Fowler; all of Taylors SC.

Bryan's career was as a sheet metal fabricator in the automobile repair industry as well as in the automobile restoration industry. He loved working on and driving race cars. As well, he loved building Go-Karts for his grandchildren and fishing. Bryan loved and adored his grandchildren.

Bryan was a member of the Taylors Masonic Lodge No. 345.

A visitation with Bryan's family will be held from 2:00pm-3:15pm followed by A Celebration of Life Service at 3:15pm on Sunday October 28, 2018 at 2:00pm at the Mountain Creek Baptist Church, 255 W. Mountain Creek Church Rd. Greenville SC 29609.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Bryan 's memory may be made to American Cancer Society, 154 Milestone Way, Greenville, SC 29615,; and Greenville Humane Society, 305 Airport Rd., Greenville, SC 29607,

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Fowler family.


  • Larry Fowler, Father
  • Jo Fowler, Mother
  • T.J. Fowler, Son
  • Katlyn Fowler Blackwell, Daughter
  • Matthew Blackwell, Son-in-law
  • Noah Blackwell, Grandchild
  • M.J. Blackwell, Grandchild
  • Dean Blackwell, Grandchild
  • Donna Hawkins Fowler, Ex Wife


  • Visitation Sunday, October 28, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Sunday, October 28, 2018

Bryan Keith Fowler

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Jonathn Morris

October 28, 2018

Bryan was a very special person, very kindhearted and will never be forgotten.

Charlene Black

October 25, 2018

Bryan will always be in my heart. He was a kind, gentle and loving man.
I have loads of memories about him. And I will mention the ones that stand out the most here.
When he was an infant, he lay on a pillow in my lap when we were in the car. Remember this was 57 years ago. I was always amazed by his skill as a pre-schooler to put numerous "model" cars, tanks, airplanes, etc., together within minutes. Jo had them displayed on several shelves in his room. I remember the day he graduated high school. I remember the day he got married and when TJ and Katlyn were born. He was so proud of his children. And much later he was so happy when Noah, his first grandchild was born. It was a special love.
I'll always treasure our late night conversations as his illness progressed. Those conversations I'll keep in my heart 'til we meet again (on the other side).

Wilton Fowler

October 23, 2018

Larry, Jo, I am so sorry to hear of Bryan's passing. I can't even imagine what you are feeling right now, but please know that our prayers are with you and His children and grandchildren. Time has passed so swiftly as Bryan was born while I was over seas, but I was so proud for you and Jo with the birth of your son. If in this life only we have hope we would be miserable, but we have a hope that will last all through eternity in Jesus Christ our Lord, depend on that in the days to come. God bless you all is our prayer.

Billy Parker

October 23, 2018

I've known Bryan for a lot of years and consider him one of my best friends. We had a lot of fun and I will truly miss him. My hopes are that his memory will live long in his children and grandchildren, they will surely stay in my thoughts.

Gregg Bayne

October 23, 2018

Bryan was our brother and dear friend. Always such a pleasure to be around! He was a true gentleman! We miss Bryan Fowler always!