Biography: Robert Lee Fowler was born on December 31, 1946 in West Palm Beach, Florida. He was the fourth son born to the late Claramae Hill and Alton Fowler.
Robert completed high school and received his diploma in Los Angeles, California and his Associates Degree in New York. He completed courses in Business Administration from Pace University in New York. He loved dearly his children’s mothers, the late Diane Green and Patricia Davis.
Robert was very feisty yet charming and charismatic guy. He loved the arts. He enjoyed spending time at museums and amusement parks, which he relished and took his children to on weekends. He also loved music dearly. His favorite song was an oldie named “Monster Mash”. He would always dance when he heard that song. Other activities that he enjoyed were swimming, playing chess and pool. He was an avid reader and kept abreast of current events.
Robert took pride in healthy eating. He loved his family and was very close to his siblings. His mantra was that one should always stay close to his/her family. He instilled in his two children, Robert Lee Fowler Jr. and Chandelle Vinorah Fowler, the value of family closeness and family bonds, respect for oneself, independence and the value of acquiring an education. He always told his son Robert, “watch over your little sister” which prevails to this day.
He loved life; the outdoors and beach were his playground. He was also quite business savvy and believed that a man should have his own car. Robert is preceded in death by his brothers Nelson Fowler, William Fowler and James Fowler.
He leaves behind many to cherish his memories: his children Robert and Chandelle Fowler; his grandchildren: Princeton Fowler and Kayla Fowler; great-grandchildren: Princeton Jr. Fowler, Paige Fowler; his nieces: Angela and Sheila; his nephew David; his siblings: Alton Fowler, David Fowler, Linda Williams James, Cynthia Webster and Jacqueline Yarmon; and a host of other family and friends.