Bryan Zachoriah Fowler, 14, of Taylorsville, passed away on November 20, 2022.
Bryan was born on March 19, 2008. He loved being outside in nature. He enjoyed fishing, having fires, listening to music, playing video games, and spending time with family and friends. Bryan recently became a Godfather to Journey LeBlanc which he was very proud of. He played the trumpet for the ACHS Marching Band.
He loved learning new ways to do things. He loved his dog, Lady, they were best friends. Bryan had a big heart and an even bigger personality. He always kept the people around him smiling and laughing. He is so very loved and missed by all who knew him. Bryan will forever be remembered as the fun, outgoing, creative, and kind person that he was.
Those left to cherish his memories include his mother, Billie Fowler of Taylorsville, and his father, Richard Fowler; his grandmothers, Alberta McDonald of Illinois, and Blanche Loving of Ohio; his sister and brother-in-law, Heather Jackson and Rodger Jackson of Dayton, Texas; his sister and brother-in-law, Gina Rogers and John Rogers of Taylorsville; his sister, Jamie Dorsey of Tyler, Texas; his brother and sister-in-law, Troy Donald and Stacey Donald of Taylorsville; a special cousin, Brittany Hodge; his niece and her husband, Sarah Dannelley and Nathan Dannelley of Dayton, Texas; his niece and her wife, Chelsy Pierce and Micayla McGee of Dayton, Texas; his nephew, SGT Richard LeBlanc of Austin, Texas; his nephew and his wife, Austin LeBlanc and Cheyenne Mays of Taylorsville; his nephew and his wife, PFC Alexander Messer and Alexiann Messer of Colorado Springs, Colorado; his nephew, Troy Donald Jr. of Taylorsville; his great-nieces, Ellianah Dannelley, Evalyn Dannelley, and Ensley Dannelley of Dayton, Texas; his great-nephew, Anakin Dannelley of Dayton, Texas; his great-niece, Micah McGee of Dayton, Texas; his great-nephew, Dawson LeBlanc of Taylorsville; his great-niece, Journey LeBlanc from Taylorsville; his great-nephew, Stetson Messer of Colorado Springs; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.
A celebration of life will be held for Bryan on December 3, 2022, at 10 a.m., at Mt Pisgah Lutheran Church in Bethlehem. Please come and celebrate Bryan with us!