Amy P. Fowler

July 20, 1925 ~ May 23, 2020 (age 94)


On May 23, 2020, God took into his arms, Amy P. Fowler from Stoughton, Massachusetts, the beloved wife of the late Clifford S. Fowler, to whom she’d been married to for almost 70 years. She was a loving mother to her children, Laurel J. (Fowler) Butler and her husband Thomas, of Carver, and Alan S. Fowler and his wife Susan, of Boxford. Amy was the adoring Grandmother to Jessica L. Butler, Kaileigh J. (Fowler) McDonough and her husband Remi, Madison R. Fowler and Nicholas S. Fowler. Amy was the Great Grandmother to Brayden E. Landry. She was also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Amy was predeceased by her parents, Louie and Isaac Pinchbeck, her sister Gladys Buchanan, and brother Milton Pinchbeck. Amy was born on July 20, 1925 in New Bedford, where she graduated from high school. She graduated from the Massachusetts General Hospital School of Nursing in 1946 as a Registered Nurse, an achievement that she was very proud of. As a woman of strong faith, Amy was a member, volunteer and contributor to the First Congregational Church of Stoughton where she and Cliff were members for nearly 70 years. Service to others was a hallmark of Amy’s life including her role as church historian. Amy and Cliff were avid bird watchers, spending many days traveling throughout New England looking for a type of bird that they had not seen before. They enjoyed spending time at Ocean Point, Maine, where they vacationed each summer with their children and grandchildren. They also traveled to England on numerous occasions as they traced the genealogy of Amy’s family, meeting many of them for the first time. Amy was a gentle and caring soul, who looked at life with a positive attitude, encouraging all to believe in themselves and always to be the best person they could be. Amy will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her, especially her family and friends. Funeral arrangements will be private and a memorial service to celebrate Amy’s life will be held in the Fall. Donations in Amy’s memory can be made to the First Congregational Church of Stoughton-United Church of Christ, 76 Pierce Street, Stoughton, MA 02072 or to the Maine Seacoast Mission, 127 West St, Bar Harbor, ME 04609; To send line condolences, please visit;

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