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On Sunday, January 28, 2024, God called home his angel Anne Gibbs Fowler, born December 19, 1941 to Ben and Lilly Parker Gibbs she was the last surviving member of her immediate family.
Anne is survived by her beloved daughters, Pat Robbins (Chuck) and Beth Merck (Wayne) and six special grandchildren. She is also survived by her husband Marshall Fowler and his children Linwood, Murrah and Melissa Fowler and their families.
An avid reader, mom was a regular visitor to the Landrum library and was never without something to read where she went. She was a beekeeper and enjoyed selling honey and fellowshipping with their bee keepers group. she loved gardening whether it be a large vegetable garden where she then canned and froze the bounty or her many, many varieties of lilies and flowers. She loved a Sunday afternoon ride to the mountains of Western North Carolina with Marshall or an early Wednesday morning trip to the Pickens Flea market.
Mom accepted Christ as a teenager and she leaned heavily on God's word and prayer throughout her life. She was a deeply committed Baptist and never stopped studying the Bible or attending church. We take comfort that she is now at rest with her Savior.
The news of her terminal illness and then death all within a week was a shock to her family and we are thankful to the staff at Spartanburg Regional Hospice House who took tender care of her (and us) in those final days and ask that any memorials for her be sent to them at 686 Jeff Davis Drive, Spartanburg, SC 29302. The families will be at their respective homes and her service will be private.