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Harold Burton Fowler

Harold B. Fowler Harold Burton Fowler was born October 17, 1909, to William and Jennie (Burkholder) Fowler, in Ryan, Iowa, where he was raised until moving to Crosby-Ironton, MN, at a young age. On September 3, 1929, he married Gunella Gilmer in ...

Harold B. Fowler

Harold Burton Fowler was born October 17, 1909, to William and Jennie (Burkholder) Fowler, in Ryan, Iowa, where he was raised until moving to Crosby-Ironton, MN, at a young age.

On September 3, 1929, he married Gunella Gilmer in Minneapolis, MN, where they made their home. Harold worked as a private chauffeur and then as a Greyhound bus driver for 38 years, retiring in 1972. They moved to Moorhead, MN, in 1940, where together they operated Fowler Marine Motors. His hobbies were collecting stamps, coins, and selling and repairing bikes at his home in Moorhead.

Gunella died in 1993, and Harold became a resident of Rosewood on Broadway, Fargo, ND, in August of 2000.

He enjoyed playing trivia and listening to the piano players that came to entertain the residents. Harold died Wednesday, October 15, 2003, at the age of ninety-three, in Rosewood on Broadway.

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He is survived by a daughter, Sharon Kiland, Fargo; a son, Gary (Pam) Fowler, Ogema, MN; grandchildren, Rory (Kristy) Kiland and their daughter, Rheagan, Fargo, Blair Kiland, Fargo, Dallas (Lisa) Kiland, and their son Jacob, Denver, CO, Shane Kiland, Moorhead, Tammy (Kevin) Holthaas and their son Carter, Brooklyn Park, MN, Teri (Jeremy) Hansen, Brooklyn Park, Mindy Fowler, Elk River, MN, and Jan Salsman and his son Ryan, Champlin, MN; a sister, Pearl Franson, Iowa; and a brother, Claire "Bud" Fowler, Rushford, MN; and many nieces and nephews.

In addition to his wife, Harold was preceded in death by his parents, a brother, William; a sister, Ethel Kunzman; and a son-in-law, Mac Kiland.

You may sign the online guest book at: www. korsmofuneralservice.com

Visitation: Friday, October 17, 2003, 12 -- 2 PM, Korsmo Funeral Chapel, Moorhead.

Funeral service: Friday at 2:00 PM, Korsmo Funeral Chapel.

Interment: Moorhead Memorial Gardens.

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