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November 8, 1976 - December 18, 2020
Burial Date December 22, 2020
Visitation will be held at Clarksburg Baptist Church on Monday, December 21 from 3 -8 pm. COVID-19 mandates will be followed. A private service will be held Tuesday, December 22 at 11:00 AM but it will be live streamed on Clarksburg Baptist Church Facebook.
Angie Tangari Fowler of Clarksburg was called home to Heaven to be made whole and no longer in pain on Thursday, December 18, 2020 after thriving with metastatic cancer for the last 16 years.
She was born November 8, 1976 in Clarksburg, WV. She is survived by her husband of 18 years, Scott A. Fowler, who remained lovingly devoted to her care throughout her journey and her two children, Jonah Fowler,16 and Kora Fowler,14, who provided every bit of inspiration she needed to fight and live.
She is also survived by her parents, Mark and Lora Rohrbough of Bridgeport, her in-laws, Bob and Nancy Fowler of Clarksburg, her brother and sister-in-law, CR and Tara Rohrbough of New York, brothers-in- law, Andy Fowler and Tim Fowler (Michelle) of Clarksburg, and her uncle, Robert “Tank” Tangari of Lost Creek, as well as several aunts, cousins, nieces, and nephews. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Louie and Louise Mills Tangari and her biological father, Louis “Big Lou” Tangari. She is also survived by her Clarksburg Baptist Church family and a village of friends all of whom provided immeasurable love and support that added so much to her years.
At the age of 27, Angie made the decision to live with her Stage 4 diagnosis – not die from it. She accepted every medicine, every clinical trial, and every surgery with an “I believe in miracles” determination. She worked, provided, traveled, smiled, laughed, and lived and was present in every activity of her children. She didn’t just watch from the sidelines, but was the homeroom mom, the school volunteer, the president of API Dance, the one behind the sewing machine, the head of fundraising, and the loudest cheerleader from the stands. As her journey changed in the last few years and she spent more time at home, she created “Miss Angie School” and provided wonderful childcare for Ryan, Caroline, Franny, Nora, Aubrey, and Oliver and they provided her with purpose and cuddles. She remained unwavering in her faith and immersed in a sense of humor that carried her through. “Choose Joy” was the motto she took on and it encapsulated her beliefs and attitude about the curves this disease can throw at you and it provided a lesson that will leave an impact on all who knew her.
The family would like to extend their sincerest gratitude to the team of doctors who provided years of the absolute best care anyone could receive – Dr. Greg Bowles, Dr. Jame Abraham of The Cleveland Clinic, and Dr. Salman Osman of UHC. They would also like to extend their appreciation and thanks to the wonderful CCU staff from UHC that showed such care and compassion during her passing.
Visitation will be held at Clarksburg Baptist Church on Monday, December 21 from 3 -8 pm. COVID-19 mandates will be followed. A private service will be held Tuesday, December 22 at 11:00 AM but it will be live streamed on Clarksburg Baptist Church Facebook. In lieu of flowers, a fund has been established to defray the cost of funeral and medical expenses and general needs of the family.
Expressions of sympathy may be extended to the family at www.amoscarvelli.com A service of Amos Carvelli Funeral Home.