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Billy Stephen Fowler Jr.

March 17, 1955 — June 26, 2023

Billy Stephen Fowler Jr., affectionately known as Steve, was a beacon of light in the lives of many. Born on March 17, 1955, in Statesboro, GA, Steve was a man who lived his life with a passion for family, nature, and service. He passed away on June 26, 2023, in Spartanburg, SC, leaving behind a legacy of love, laughter, and selflessness.
Steve was a man of many talents, a true "Jack of all trades." His mantra, "I fix things and I know things," was a testament to his vast knowledge and skill set. He was a problem solver, always ready to lend a hand or share a piece of wisdom.
Steve's love for the outdoors was infectious. He found joy in the simple pleasures of fishing and hunting, and he shared this passion with those around him. He was a sports fan, especially of football, and his loyalty to the Patriots was unwavering.
Above all, Steve was a family man. He was a loving husband to Susan Marie Fowler, a proud father to Stephen Fowler and Madia Fowler McKeithen, and bonus son Thomas McKeithen. A doting grandfather to Madisen, Alexandria, Blake, and Caylen. His sisters, Stephanie Brabham and Shelia Trotter, along with numerous extended family members and countless cousins, were all a part of his large, loving family. Even Max, the family dog, held a special place in Steve's heart.
Steve's love for God and his country was evident in his daily life. He was a man of faith, and his belief in the goodness of people and the power of love was inspiring. His patriotism was unwavering, and he was proud to be an American.
Steve was a man who was described by those who knew him as loving, funny, and selfless. His love was a warm, comforting blanket, always there to wrap around you when you needed it. His humor was a ray of sunshine, brightening even the darkest days. His selflessness was a lesson in humility and kindness, a reminder to put others before ourselves.
In the end, Steve's life was a testament to the power of love, laughter, and service. He was a man who lived his life with purpose, passion, and positivity. His legacy will live on in the hearts and minds of those he touched, a constant reminder of the power of a life well-lived. Steve, you will be missed, but your spirit will continue to inspire and motivate us all.
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