Joseph Fowler
  • 79 years old
  • Date of birth: Apr 2, 1933
  • Place of birth:
    Nottingham, Kirkby-In-Ashfield, United Kingdom
  • Date of passing: Oct 2, 2012
  • Place of passing:
    Nottingham, Sutton-In-Ashfield, United Kingdom
Let the memory of Joseph be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Joseph Fowler, 79, born on April 2, 1933 and passed away on October 2, 2012. We will remember him forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Paul Fowler on 2nd October 2017

"I can’t believe it’s 5 Year’s today that we lost our Dad.
Our lives changed forever on that day, and left a whole that will never be filled.
The most caring, thoughtful, kind and loving man, a wonderful husband, Father and Granddad.
He always made an impression on everyone he met and had many friends.
He was a selfless man, always putting others before himself, even though he was not a well man himself.
If I turn out to be half the man that my Dad was, then I will be pleased.
There’s not a day goes by when I don’t think of him, or one of his famous silly jokes, and chuckle to myself.
We all miss you & love you, but also thank God that you are no longer suffering and are in a much happier and peaceful place, probably entertaining the Angels with your heavenly jokes. Lol.
Anyway, Dad, that’s enough from me, and you be peaceful and happy up there and we will see you some day when we all meet again.
So wish I could find Heavens Facebook page, cos I’m sure they must have one by now. Lol

Miss you Dad,
Lots of Love,
Paul & Anne. xxx"

This tribute was added by Nigel Brown on 6th September 2013

"I have lots of fond memories of joe growing up, the one that always makes me smile is "don't say brown say hovis", he was a good man and always happy to see you. Rest in peace Joe."

This tribute was added by Mark Sansom on 6th September 2013

"What can I say, "more gas Sammy, more gas". That will always be etched in my memory. He was a great man, always smiling despite his health. A "family man" in every sense of the word. He is still sadly missed, but is in a better place. Bet there area few pot men  around him too! I am proud and honoured to have known him. Rest in peace Joe"

This tribute was added by Paul Fowler on 6th September 2013

"Dad, you were a truly amazing man.
You suffered with poor health most
of your life, yet never grumbled, even
at the very end, and that makes me very
proud to be your son.
Love you Dad. x x x x x x x

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