Clifford S. Fowler, a World War II Veteran and lifetime resident of Stoughton, passed away on Wednesday December 19, 2018 at The Arbors Assisted Living in Stoughton surrounded by his loving wife and children. He was 92 years old and the beloved husband of Amy P. (Pinchbeck) Fowler to whom he was married to for over 69 years. Other survivors include his loving children, Laurel J. Butler of Carver, MA, Alan S. Fowler of Boxford, MA, his grandchildren, Jessica L. Butler, Kaileigh J. Fowler, Madison R. Fowler, Nicholas S. Fowler and great-grandson, Brayden E. Landry, along with many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. He was also a brother to the late Harold C. Fowler Jr., Richard C. Fowler, Donald O. Fowler and Raymond Fowler.
Born January11, 1926 in Stoughton, Massachusetts, Clifford was a son to the late Harold C. Fowler Sr. and Maude McLean. Cliff attended Stoughton Public Schools & Wentworth Institute. As a member of our countries “Greatest Generation” Mr. Fowler proudly served his country during WWII with the United States Army and was honorably discharged in 1947 with the rank of Tech 3. He was the proud recipient of The Good Conduct Medal and The WWII Victory Medal. Clifford was employed by Brockton Edison as an Electrical Distribution Dispatcher for over 38 years. He was also employed as a Security Guard by Burns Security Inc. in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Mr. Fowler was a lifelong member, volunteer and contributor to The First Congregational Church/ United Church of Christ in Stoughton. He was also a member of the Stoughton Auxiliary Police Department for over 18 years, a former Precinct 2 Town Meeting Representative and a former member of The Stoughton Fish & Game Association. He will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.
His funeral service with military honors will be held on Saturday January 5, 2019 at 11:00 A.M. in The First Congregational Church of Stoughton – United Church of Christ, 76 Pierce Street, Stoughton. The Pastor Rev. Mary L. Perry, officiating. A collation will follow in the church hall. ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND. Burial was private. In lieu of flowers, donations in Cliff’s memory can be made to The First Congregational Church of Stoughton – United Church of Christ, 76 Pierce Street, Stoughton, MA 02072 or to a Charity of One’s Choice.