Rob D. Fowler Jr.
February 12, 1971 – September 1, 2019
Robert Donald Fowler, Jr., 48, passed away September 1, 2019 at his home in Del City, Oklahoma. Born Feb. 12, 1971 in Shawnee, OK, he was the son of Robert Donald Fowler, Sr. and Katie Marie (Lowery) Fowler. Robert was a graduate of Dale High School in 1989 and was a mental health technician for over 20 years working for St. Anthony’s since 2006. He loved OU Football, hunting, fishing for bass and catfish, his Boston Terrier “Canelo,” and watching golf and tennis. Robert loved Rock’N’Roll music and his favorite musicians included Guns & Roses, Lynard Skynard, Elvis Presley, Led Zepplin, and The Beatles. Preceding him in death were his paternal grandparents, Vernoy Robert Fowler and Lelia M. Fowler, his maternal grandmother, Betty J. Wood, his parents, Robert D. Fowler, Sr. and Katie M. Fowler. Survivors include his brother, Scott A. Fowler, his sister-in-law, Angela D. Fowler, grandfather, Gillia J. Wood, and his aunt Anita J. Wood, and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be at 10:00 AM Saturday, September 7, 2019 at Bill Eisenhour Northeast Chapel, 8805 NE 23rd St., OKC, OK 73141.
- Ryan Van, Honorary Pallbearer
- Scott Daley, Honorary Pallbearer
- Robert Tibbs, Honorary Pallbearer
- Todd Mosier, Honorary Pallbearer
- Jeremy Brown, Honorary Pallbearer
- Visitation Friday, September 6, 2019
- Funeral Service Saturday, September 7, 2019
Rob D. Fowler Jr.
September 5, 2019
I worked with Rob on the Positive Outcomes unit at SSM Health, and on night shift for over 10 years. All of us at SSM are deeply saddened by his passing, and want to offer our heartfelt condolences to his family and friends. His work friends knew Rob as honest and dependable, willing to help anyone in need. He helped us all over the years, whether it was help with car trouble or being a good listener when any of us were going through hard times. Over the years we developed a good natured banter while discussing politics or OU football, and he made great chili. Rob was liked and respected by both clients and staff, and we will all miss him.
September 3, 2019
I was Robert’s First grade teacher. I have two vivid memories. One was the first day of school when his Mother told me he would be upset because Elvis had died the evening before. The other is when he tilted his chair in the air and fell and busted his head open. His classmates still talk of that occurrence. He was a good student and very friendly.