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Colette "Coco" Fowler

Colette "Coco" Fowler age 73 of Fredericksburg, IA, died Thursday, May 11, 2023, at her daughter's home in Fayette. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, May 18, 2023, at Hillcrest Baptist & Brethren Church in Fredericksburg with Pastor Rusty Phillips officiating. Friends may greet the family from 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. Thursday, May 18, 2023, at Hillcrest Baptist & Brethren Church in Fredericksburg prior to the service. Colette Pearl Fowler, lovingly known as Coco, passed away peacefully on May 11, 2023, in Fayette, Iowa. Born on March 8, 1950, in Elgin, Illinois, Coco lived a life full of love, creativity, and dedication to her family and friends. Coco graduated from Fredericksburg High School in 1969 and moved to Elgin, Illinois, to begin her adult life. It was there that she met her beloved husband, Charles Fowler, and the couple married on November 25, 1977, in South Elgin, Illinois. Together, they raised two beautiful daughters, Kimberly and Susanna, and Coco took great pride in being a dedicated mother and homemaker. In 2000, Charles and Coco moved to Iowa and eventually settled in Fredericksburg in 2014. During this time, Coco began working for her brother Glen at his restaurant, Here'z 2 U. She was known for her friendly demeanor, always making patrons feel welcome and at home. Coco had a passion for shopping and ceramics, and she enjoyed expressing her creativity through various craft projects. She was an amazing baker, and her cherry bars became a sought-after treat among family and friends. As a wine enthusiast, Coco loved traveling to local wineries to enjoy a glass of wine and the beautiful scenery. Coco is survived by her two daughters, Kimberly (Kenny Ames) Fowler of Austin, TX, and Susanna Fowler of Fayette, IA; her grandchildren, Jordan Fowler, Zachary Fowler, Josh (Amber) Fowler, and Payton Ames; and her five siblings, Judy (Ron) Moody of Fredericksburg, IA, Paulette (Buck) Inman of Belvidere, IL, Jerry (Patty) Davis of Fredericksburg, IA, Glen Davis of Fredericksburg, IA, and Linda (Randy) Hochstedler of Marion, IA. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Charles Fowler, in 2018; and her sister, Jane Davis. Coco will be remembered for her loving nature, friendly smile, and creative spirit. Her presence will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

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  1. So very sorry to hear this. You are all in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Dena and Zac Palmer and Dean Speicher

  2. So so sad to hear! Colette was a very nice gal! Our sympathy to her daughters & family! Her smile will be missed!! ❤️🙏

  3. My sympathies to Colette’s family. I am so glad I got to work with her..she was a Wonderful person!

  4. So sorry to hear of Colette’s death🙏🏻 May her family be comforted by knowing others cared also🤗 Rest in peace friend❤️

  5. So sorry 😞 she will be missed my love for the family we will all meet in Heaven again 🙏

  6. So sorry to hear about Collette.She was a very sweet person and Ted and I have happy memories of her at Knowles Electronics. Our condolences to her family.

  7. Family of Colette Davis, So sorry to hear about Colette ‘s passing. A kind and gentle soul, always ready to help others. May she fly high with the Angels. Hugs and prayers Sandy and Jim Davis

  8. Sympathies to the family and friends of Colette. I always enjoyed our “chats” when our paths crossed. Classmate Ginger Dedor

  9. May precious memories bring peace and comfort to your family as they mourn the loss of their precious loved one 🙏🏻✝️

  10. Rest in peace and love my dear friend. You were always there when I needed to talk to someone. I love you and will miss you.
    I will be seeing you again. Mary Little

  11. Sending Love to the family. I have been blessed
    To have cocolet in my life..I will treasure our
    Adventures we had together .. memories will last forever..RIP my friend till we meet again😭💔🙏🙏

  12. So sorry to hear of Colette’s passing. I have many good memories of her and her family as we grew up.

    Allan Wendland

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