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Ginger Fowler


In loving memory of Ginger Fowler

 

Ginger Fowler, a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, passed away peacefully on May 27, 2024.

 

She was born in West Virginia December 25, 1943. She went to high school in Quinwood, WV, where she met and fell in love with Jack Fowler at Crichton High School. They married prior to Jack enlisting in the army. At 16,

Ginger flew to Tacoma, WA., with very little money and never having flown before. She was fiercely independent then and until the very end! 

 

At 17 she gave birth to their first child. They later relocated to Chicago, IL, and then Burbank, IL, where they raised their 3 children. She was an amazing wife, mother, sister, and grandmother, She was hardworking and an entrepreneur, owning her own beauty salon. She was the office manager for our family-owned business, Tri-State Tire, which gave her the experience to be accounts payable/receivable clerk for Quaker Oats, where she later retired.

 

Ginger and Jack moved to Arizona to help care for their son, until Scott suggested they all move to Florida. Florida (knowing it was mom's happy place).  She and her late husband cared for their son, Scott. When he passed, she then became care-giver to her husband, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. 

Ginger was predeceased by her mother and father, Charles and Genevieve Williams, her husband, Jack Fowler, her sisters Geraldine Dance and Ellen Winland, and by her son, Kevin Scott Fowler. She is survived by two children, Sandra (Fowler) Lang and her husband David Lang, and Jack Fowler, Jr.; grandchildren Kyle Lang, Michael Lang, Rachel Lang, Nicole (David) Bigalow and Jay Fowler: great grand-children Taylor Dean and Nora Fowler; many loving relatives in Altha FL.Ginger showed immense compassion, patience, love and dignity as she cared for her family. Her wish to remain at home, where she received the same compassion, dignity, and love, she earned and deserved, was fulfilled.


Ginger will be remembered for her compassionate care-giving, her strong and loving marriage of 60 years, and her steadfast desire for independence. She is now reunited in eternal peace with her beloved husband. May she rest in peace.



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