Blanche Mary Elizabeth Fowler

Blanche Mary Elizabeth Fowler

March 2, 1920-May 4, 2018

As published in the May 21, 2018 World-Spectator


Blanche was born on the Harrison farm March 2, 1920 and taken to the angels May 4, 2018.

She was happiest playing cards, laughing and cooking surrounded by family and friends. Many hours were spent with grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren, playing, and entertaining them. Blanche loved to take her family to the Thrift Store on private shopping trips and was often seen walking downtown on her own power, and in the last little while she had her “wheels.” If invited over for coffee you needed to take your appetite with you as it was a full blown meal. She was well known around the community and loved and admired by many.

Predeceased by her loving husband Stephen Fowler, parents Annie and Sherman Harrison, infant brother Stewart, and sisters Laurene and Norma.

Blanche leaves to cherish her memory her daughter Gloria (Grant) McCutcheon; Kent (Sandra), Lance (Alanna) and their family Michelle, Logan, Nathan; Tyler, Kaitlyn and Avery; Kim, Nysa and Sabrina; Son Bryce (Joyce) Fowler: Blaine (Tammy), Brandon (Kayla) and their family Aspen, Gannen; Derek (Chantel) and their family Kale and Carter; Sheldon (Twila), Krystal (Nick) and their daughter Riley; Ian (Sandy) Kyle (Tobi Lynne); her brother Dale (Julie), extended family Collette and Mitchell, plus many nieces and nephews.

Funeral service was held from PotashCorp Rocanville Community Hall on Saturday, May 12 with Pastor Paul Bunz officiating. Interment was in Webster Cemetery. If friends so desire, memorial tributes may be made to the Rocanville Community Thrift Store in memory of Blanche.

Email or sign the online book of condolences at G.R.Carscadden Funeral Chapel, Moosomin, in care of arrangements.

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