Geoffrey Graveling Fowler

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  1. A LONG time friend—- went to be with his twin brother—we will miss Geoff for sure! Stan & Gayle Z

  2. Geoff & Billy Fowler were BOTH lots of fun ever since the 1st grade—-LOTS of great memories—will miss them both for sure—now they can be together again!! S&G Z

  3. I was shocked to hear of Geoff’s passing even though we knew he was not in the best of health. He always seemed to be in good spirits even knowing what was ahead for him. This was one hurdle that was just too much to handle. He will be missed by many.

  4. Blessings to the Fowler family in the loss of Geoff. I remember his as a good classmate at Northside High School in San Antonio, TX although he was a few classes behind me. Gof bless, WZ Burke class of ’54

  5. Some of my earliest memories of new class mates I met in 7th grade after moving to San Antonio involve the “Fowler Twins”, Geoff and Bill. In recent years, Geoff was always an inspiration because of his great courage and good spirit even in the face of his serous illness. My condolences to his family.

  6. All of us who knew Geoff share many memories and a lot of sadness as we say a final good bye. We send our love and sympathy to Carolyn and all the family.

  7. Our sincere sympathies to the Fowler family. We knew Geoff, Billy, and their lovely mother, Bertha, growing up in Oakland Estates. It was such a joy when Geoff came back into our lives with his move to San Antonio. We will always remember his kindness and that big smile. Blessings to all of the family.

  8. So sorry for your loss. We remember Geoff with great fondness. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May blessings of peace be upon you.

  9. Carolyn and family: It was such a pleasure to have a long conversation with Geoff a year or so ago. We talked about old times and the years when Geoff, Bill and Bertha were so much a part of my life. Now Geoff has joined his sweet mother and Bill. Blessings. Ken Floyd

  10. My first memories of Geoff go back to 1946 in first grade at Locke Hill Elementary School and continued all the way thru graduation at Northside High School in 1958. They say you have friends, good friends and best friends, and Geoff had to rank at the top of list of best friends. He had me up to visit him and Carolyn in Anchorage in 1998, and took me all over the southern part of Alaska on several fishing trips, all at his expense. Several years later Kenda and I were their guests in Portland, Oregon, shortly after his first kidney transplant, and we traveled up and down the west coast of Oregon. After his retirement and moving back home to SA, we spent many enjoyable hours with him and Carolyn. We had a good ride. May you rest in peace my friend.

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