- 59 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 16, 1955
- Place of birth:
Covina, California, United States
- Date of passing: Oct 4, 2015
- Place of passing:
Fontana, California, United States
|Live it to it's fullest...it is too short to do otherwise.|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Denia Fowler, 59, born on October 16, 1955 and passed away on October 4, 2015. She was taken from us too soon but her memory shall live on.
She loved to fish, rollerskate and have fun. She was one of the hardest workers I have ever known and excelled at everything she ever did. She has made a lasting impact on so many people in her life and she will be forever missed.
Please share your memories and photos here for us to all be able to share.
"A whole year has passed, I still think of you often. I pray for your kids. Forever in my thoughts!"
"Rest in peace Aunt Denia, Love you!"
"To the family and friends of Denia,
It is unnatural to lose a loved one in death, especially at such a young age. Please let me extend my condolences to you. When we read the account of Lazarus, it teaches us that the resurrection is a reality. Jesus taught that someday "all those in the memorial tombs" will be resurrected. (John 5:28,29) Not only will Denia be resurrected to life on earth but she will have an opportunity to live forever on this earth in peaceful and happy conditions. (Ps. 37:11, 29) I hope that these expressions from the Bible help to bring you some comfort and hope."
"Rest in peace Denia. You and Roger were so happy together. I will always cherish the times we spent together and the great memories.
God bless you."
"Denia, you were the best boss ever. You were a funny, caring, sensitive soul with a zest for adventure. I am glad to have met you and had the opportunity to work with you 3 different places...they say three is a charm, then we were charmed...I thank you for showing me compassion when others refused and thank you for doing me small favors when you were abroad..I will miss your Holiday e-mails..always above and beyond that which was expected of you..i will always picture you in that fishing floatee thingy you had! Love that photo..you will be missed. Eternally grateful...Linda"
"I will always remember Gwen and Denia dancing together at a 60s tribute band. She was trolling Gwen around as Gwen was mocking Aunt Denia`s moves. Beautiful moment! Now she is in God's hands and I'm sure her and great grandpa are dancing away."
"She was the best boss ever. When I would screw up at work, she was so understanding. She would say "no worry's just do it again". Never scolded or got mad. I will miss her forever."
"I only met her once. She was very polite and caring. Very beautiful women with a very kind heart"
"I never met Denia, but I know that she loved her new husband, Roger Fowler, very much, and that Roger was very happy when they were together. Even though their time together was short, but they had F-U-N!! I am happy that Roger and Denia found each other, fell in love, and shared their lives with one another. I am sorry for you loss, Roger. Be thankful for your love for each other, and cherish your precious memories."
"My deepest sympathy to Neil, Lana, Greg, Stephanie and Denia's family and friends. She was a fun, feisty woman and the best Step-Mom to my daughter Stephanie. Ours was a unique friendship, one I will miss - along with her wonderful smile and zest for life.
Those we love and lose are always connected by heartstrings into infinity. -- Terri Guillemets"
"I will miss our late night phone calls, funny texts, and your smile. You loved life, your family, and of course putting a line in the water. You had a wonderful heart that stopped beating way too soon. My love and prayers to your family. Hugs to you my friend. I will think of you each time I look into the night sky."
"When Denia lived in Wisconsin, and I was young girl, she once told me a beautiful saying. " A ring is round and has no end, that's how long we'll be friends." What a wonderful lady. My prayers are with you all."
"May you find that special fishing hole and enjoy it forever. Love you"
"I remember her kindness and how easy it was to talk with her. I'm fortunate to have known her as a cousin and friend."
"Love you Mom"