OBITUARY

Candace Lynn Fowler

November 30, 1954April 7, 2019

Candace Lynn Fowler was born November 30, 1954, lived a full life and passed away Sunday, April 7, 2019.

She married the love of her life, Kenneth J. Fowler, June 23, 1973, and they loved each other every day for more than 45 years.

She is survived by her husband and their three children, Jason (Stephanie), Sarah and Vanessa; three grandchildren, Jackie, Naomi and her namesake, Sophia Candace; a brother, Robert (Ann) Frantz; and nine in-laws, John and Ann Fowler, Kathleen and Lee Futrell, Glenn Fowler, Kristopher and Becky Fowler, and Connie and John Guillford.

More importantly, she survives in the memory of everyone who loves her. Carol Keys will carry with her the kindness from her friend. Audrey Westich will remember a living example of selflessness. Kathleen Futrell will remember her sister's passion for her family and life. Sophia Fowler will treasure all the examples of her Gigi's love and caring. Robert Frantz will be comforted by a guardian angel who has officially earned her wings.

Family and friends will gather to remember her at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 11, at St. George Anglican Church, 100 Bonar Avenue, Waynesburg, PA 15370.

Candace lived to care for others, as a wife, mother and grandmother, as well as a nurse for more than 20 years. Let us follow her example.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Greene ARC.

Services

11 May

Memorial Service

11:00 am

St. Geroge Anglican Church

100 Bonar Ave.
Waynesburg, PA

REMEMBERING

Candace Lynn Fowler

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Carol Keys

April 14, 2019

Ken & family. We are sorry for the passing of Candy . She was such a wonderful person. My first meeting of Candy was when my daughter Nicole and Vanessa were in elementary school. It was concerning a school bus issue. We have been friends ever since. The girls played together often. My Kim & Jason attended youth group together. Good times where always had with the Fowlers. Last but not least was Candy sharing at Christmas time her candy cane desert that she made & usually delivered herself. This past Christmas Vanessa made them. That was a selfless thing to do for your Mom Vanessa. Thank You!

Esther Grace (Morris) Morales

April 12, 2019

My condolences to Candy’s family and friends. Candy was always a kind neighbor and co-worker. When I needed to make progress on swimming skills, she shared the family pool with me. Getting to work meant going down a hill and coming home meant getting back up the hill. During one bad snowstorm, Candy let me catch a ride with her. We were both relieved to reach our destination! She will be missed.

Katie and Justin Frantz

April 11, 2019

Ken, Jason, Sarah, Vanessa and kids,

Our deepest condolences at this time. Candy was a beautiful soul. We will always remember her sweet, thoughtful kindness and beautiful smile.

Much love, Justin, Katie + kids

Ann Fowler

April 10, 2019

Candy,
I am so grateful to be your sister-in-law. I am truly blessed to be one of the many people in your life.
Until we meet again.
Love Ya Lots,

Ann

Colleen McManus

April 9, 2019

Candy would stay at our house when she was younger . My mom (her Aunt Butsie) had this huge desk in front of the window in our third floor bedroom. The three of us would lay across it on our bellies with our elbows propped up on bed pillows, watching cars and people go by on the street below and talk, laugh and have so much fun for hours. Candy had such an infectious laugh. With her sweet nature, her name suited her. She is now with my mom watching us from those pearly windows with our Lord and His angels.
Ken you were not only her friend, husband,and caregiver, you were also her savior.
We love you both and your family. We will dearly miss her.
God Bless!
Chuck, Colleen and family

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY