DR. ROBERT NOEL FOWLER
1939 - 2020
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FOWLER, DR. ROBERT NOEL Dr. Robert Noel Fowler died November 11, 2020 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Robert was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on December 23, 1939 to H. Bertram and Edith (née Farrow) Fowler. A graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine, he pursued a practice in family medicine before embarking on a long career in pharmaceutical research. Dr. Fowler had many interests and hobbies throughout his life: raising guppies, growing roses, music, genealogy, Southwest Native American history, and wood carving. He coached the Toronto Marlies hockey team, raced Formula V cars, and was an ardent Toronto Blue Jays and Durham Bulls fan. In retirement, he was an active member of the Hillsborough Sportsfishing Club. He is survived by his daughter, Elizabeth (Michiel Fassaert), and his son, Christopher (Cristina), along with their mother, Anne Fowler; two grandchildren, Tristan and Kira; his wife, Dr. Jan Graham; two step-sons, Kenneth and Stephen, and step-grandson, Perry. The family would like to thank the staff of Parkview Health and Rehabilitation, UNC Health Geriatrics, and Liberty Hospice for the care Dr. Fowler received over the last two years. A private family service was held in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. (REDMON, STOW, OHIO, 330-688-6631)

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Published in Toronto Star on Nov. 21, 2020.
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January 22, 2021
He was my family doctor in Toronto, and delivered my daughter, who is now almost 52 and a mother herself. That was back when family doctors delivered babies. He was so kind and caring, and made the birth a wonderful experience. We later moved from Toronto, but I have never forgotten him. So sad to read of his passing. My condolences to the family.
Maureen Beckstette
November 21, 2020
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