Rob Fowler

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Rob Fowler


Longtime Littleton resident, Rob Fowler, passed away on Easter Sunday, April 5th, 2015. He was involved in a single car accident on I-70 in Wakeeney, Kansas; he was 68 years old. Rob is survived by his wife of 38 years Anita Fowler, his daughters Tiffany Fowler and Kristi Howard, son-in-law Clint, his grandchildren, Parker and Paityn, and his nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents Winston “Skip” and Mary Lou Fowler, his brother Gordon, and his sister Marcia. Rob grew up in a military family, served in the Navy during Vietnam and worked for the Veteran’s Administration for over 30 years. He was a true friend to all veterans. In his younger days he loved hiking and camping which is what drew him to Colorado. He retired in 2008 and has been enjoying his time traveling, gardening, and being with his family.  He was a huge Broncos fan and watched every game. He will be missed by his family and many friends. Services will be held at Fort Logan National Cemetery on April 30 at 12:15pm in staging area C. Reception to follow back at the Fowler home.


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  1. I was so sad to learn of Rob's death.  We worked together for many years at the VA.  My prayers are with the family.

  2. I was so shocked to learn of Rob's death.  I have known him since he was a Veterans Representative on Campus in the 1970's.  We were both Navy veterans.  He cared so much for veterans and will be missed by everyone he knew.

  3. We are profoundly saddened to hear of Rob' s death.  We hope to see you at the service at Ft. Logan.

    Cal and Lynn

  4. I worked with Rob at the VA for 18 years.  He was a gentleman, who loved his wife, daughters and their families.  Since retirement I have found him in shopping centers and grocery stores, patiently waiting for his wife. It is absolutely a privilege to call Rob my friend.

  5. My mother, Elizabeth West, and I both send your family our sympathy on the tragic death of Rob.  My father, Donald, was Mary Lou's first cousin.  We all loved their family visits to Alabama.  The Fowlers' were a very special part of our family, and I am so grateful that Rob and I were able to reconnect through Facebook.  Our thoughts and prayers are with your family as you face these very sad days.

  6. Mrs. Fowler, Tiffany and Kristi:

    We are so very sorry for your loss and will keep all of you in our prayers.  Mr. Fowler was one of our favorite neighbors to stop and talk with when we where walking by. He will truely be missed.

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