ForeverMissed

Born April 20, 1963

Died January 21, 2019

Posted by Steven Silvers on January 27, 2019
In Perpetuity...We Shall Meet Again In Some Distant Future When Some Restless Beings Again Invoke Your Coming Forth By Night.

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Posted by Steven Silvers on January 27, 2019
In Perpetuity...We Shall Meet Again In Some Distant Future When Some Restless Beings Again Invoke Your Coming Forth By Night.
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Christopher Odea Fowler


Christopher was born in Chapel Hill, NC on April 20, 1963 to the late James OD Fowler and the late Eula Strickland Fowler.

He graduated from Northwood High School in 1982. He then went to work for Duke University in Durham, NC. In 2001 he moved to Reno, NV and then in 2012 to Sacramento, CA and finally to Albuquerque, NM in 2018

He is survived by his Significant Other Edward Davison, and by his brother Steven Scott Silvers of Sacramento, CA.


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Shared by Paul Meyers on February 12, 2019

Very sorry for him and his friend RIP

ROR

Shared by Steven Silvers on January 28, 2019

"Yea, also He worked in me a Wonder beyond these, but in this matter I am sworn to hold my Peace."

My Best Friend

Shared by Eddie Davison on January 25, 2019

I met Christopher in 1988 on a bulletin board called "Durham After Dark" and it was love at first sight. We met in person after only 2 days and discovered we had alot in common, including our birthdays were both on 4/20.

We had a Holy Union on June 15, 1988.

We both went to work at Duke University in late 1988, and continued to work there until 2001.

We then decided to head out west to Reno NV, and stayed there until 2012, when Chris and I went our seperate ways he went to Sacramento, CA and I went to Albuquerque, NM.

We reunited on facebook and decided both of us had serious health problems and should probably live together. So, Chris took Amtrak to ABQ on February 5, 2018. And then his health kept getting worse and worse, the CHF and COPD were terrible. We had to have oxygen put in our apartment and just 3-4 weeks ago he had to get a non-invasive ventilator to be on 12 hours a day. He kept having to go back to the hospital trip after trip with shorter stays at home in between. He got out of Presbyterian Downtown Sunday night and on Monday morning, January 21, 2019 he passed away in the ambulance on the way to Pres. and he couldn't be revived.  


Love Always,

Eddie