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Kenneth D. Fowler, Jr.
05/22/44 - 10/28/22
Kenneth D. Fowler, Jr. passed away in his home early Friday morning, October 28th, after a sudden decline in his health.
Kenny, as everyone knew him, was preceded in death by his father, Kenneth D. Fowler; mother, Adele M. Fowler; ex-wife, Adele J. Fowler and stepson, Phillip G. Hewitt.
He is survived by his children, Shawn Fowler and partner, Kristilyn, Tanya Kotschwar and husband, Jeff, and step daughter, Christine Aragón and husband, Dan; grandchildren, Cody Aragón and wife, Cassie, Hailey Aragón, Matthew Aragón, Dustin Fowler Kotschwar, Elizabeth Icke and great-grandchild, Emmaline Grubbs; brothers, Rodney Fowler and wife, Kathy, and William Fowler.
Kenny was a very gifted and talented gentleman that had a very special relationship with nature. He retired from Rogers and Co. after 50 years, who he also considered his extended family. Kenny was also a very humble man, and loved to teach those willing to learn. He enjoyed the simple things in life like the leaves changing colors, the humming birds flying around his porch, the ducks in his pond, his dogs, and those who stopped by for a good old-fashioned visit. During Kenny’s free time, he enjoyed welding, gardening, creating art and sharing his passion for rocks, plants and the outdoors, but above all, he loved watching everyone having a good time.
Kenny surrounded himself with great family and friends. Bill Worthen, Robert Herrera, Michael Mechenbier, Bruce Redd, Clarence, Jimmy, Buddy, Stan, Bob & David Rogers were some of his lifetime friends that he enjoyed spending time with at the lake or out riding dirt bikes and dune buggies, and creating wonderful memories with all that he loved. His memory will be kept alive through all his family and friends, just as he kept all of his. Robert and Bill, you were taken too soon, but Heaven must be having one heck of a great time right now!
A celebration of life will be held on Sunday, December 4th, 2022 at 2:00, Strong Thorne Chapel, 1100 Coal Ave. SE. Please join us if you are able.
To view information or leave a condolence please visit www.garciamortuary.com
717 Stover Ave. SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Sunday, December 4, 2022
2:00 - 3:00pm (Mountain time)
Strong Thorne Chapel
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