Bunnell, Florida
Thursday, March 11, 1954


Amos S. Fowler, resident of Bunnell for the past 39 years; died in the East Coast Hospital in St. Augustine at 12:30 Mon. day morning following an illness of several months.

Mr. Fowler, who was 87 years of age, was retired railroad conductor when he came to Bunnell from Elroy, Wisconsin. While living here he had engaged in farming, dairy and mercantile business. He had been retired for the past ten years.

Mr. Fowler had served two terms in the state legislature as representative of Flagler County.

Funeral services were held Wednesday from the First Baptist Church of Bunnell, with Rev. E. W. Ware officiating. Burial followed in Espanola Cemetery. Garcia Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Pallbearers were: W. H. Wells, L. M. Whitaker, T. K. McKnight, J. H. McKnight, Jr., J. D. Crews, and D. D. Moody. Honorary pallbearers were R. W. Cody, G. B. Kelly, Louis Woods, J. F. Mercer, John Rice, C. O. Magee, Homer Brooks, and Clyde Lewis.

Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Langdale, Bunnell, and one son, C. E. Fowler of Lakeland; one grandson, Joe White, Bunnell, and one granddaughter, Mrs. R. T. Bishop of Tampa.