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David Fowler of Yuba City passed away on Wednesday, January 22nd at 61 years of age. He was born in Gridley on March 14, 1952, the youngest of four children of Ruby Belle (Johnson) Fowler and William Edgar Fowler.

Named Albert David Fowler after his paternal grandfather, he has always been called David by family and friends. He attended Lincoln Elementary School and Yuba City High School from which he graduated. He worked at numerous jobs until his daughter Angela Brieanne Fowler was born. He then attended Yuba Community College from which he graduated with an AA Degree and was certified as a Radiology Technologist.

David worked in this capacity the rest of his adult life for various hospitals as he raised his daughter. Because of health reasons, he retired from his profession a short time ago.

He is survived by his daughter, Angela and his grandson, Jefferson Edward Fowler (of Yuba City); sisters, Billie Miller (of Penn Valley) and Becky (Elizabeth Fowler) Wagner (of Sutter); his niece, Katy (Katherine Wagner) Greene and her husband, Jeff and their two daughters, Addison and Parker (of Kentucky); a nephew, David Wagner (of Yuba City); his nieces, Mary Elizabeth (Inglerock) Hardy and her husband David (of Reno, Nevada) and their three daughters, Alisa, Morgan, Abigail; and a niece, La Robyn (Inglerock) McCombs and her husband John and their five children, Samantha, Bailey, Kelsey, Hannah, and Alex (of Orem, Utah).

David is predeceased by his parents, and his stepfather, Edward VanLaningham; and an elder brother, Larry (Lawrence) Fowler.

David was a devoted father and grandfather, working weekend nights to be home as his daughter grew to maturity.

He loved to hunt, fish, and camp, and also loved horseback riding with his daughter. They made frequent summer trips to Fort Bragg together. They also did woodworking, grilling and creative cooking together. He loved a good book.

He enjoyed spending time with his extended family, his sisters and brother, nieces and nephews, and was kind and generous to everyone, and always of good humor. He is sorely missed, but has gone to a better place.

His remains will be interred and a memorial service held on Tuesday, February 11th at Sutter Cemetery at 11:00 o'clock.

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Published in Appeal Democrat from Feb. 8 to Feb. 11, 2014
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