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Dakota Raelynn Fowler

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Dakota Raelynn Fowler

Place of birth: Mobile, Alabama

Dakota Raelynn Fowler was born December 28th, 1996, in Mobile, Alabama where she spent her childhood and graduated with honors from Murphy High School. Later she moved across country to Salem, Oregon to further her education at Willamette University to become a social worker. She was a very dedicated student and was known by many for her kindness and positive attitude. She was a member of the local softball team and also volunteered at Willamette Humane Society.  

Funeral Notice Detail

She is survived by her younger brother, Myles Vance, 3, of Mobile Alabama. She is preceded in death by her mother, Vivian Mary Vance of Mobile, Alabama; and her twin sister, Kanoah Elise Fowler of Mobile, Alabama. Services will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, April, 12th, at Radney Funeral Home Chapel of Memories. Burial will be in the Magnolia Cemetery and serving as pallbearers will be Stephen Ethridge, Christopher Edwards, Levi Lawson, Matt Weems, Matt Susky and Charlie Clovin. Friends may call at the Radney Funeral Home, Mobile, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Wednesday and the family will receive friends from 6 to 7 p.m., Wednesday. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

A Memorial Service will be held at

Radney Funeral Home and Chapel of Memories

3155 Dauphin Street

Mobile , AL 36606

On: Apr 12, 2017 — At: 10:00 AM

2 Responses

  • Marie Gravesande On

    So sorry for your loss, such a beautiful young lady, Ms. Fowler no doubt brought joy to her family and friends. Death represents the loss of future dreams, relationships and experiences that have not yet been enjoyed. In the Bible Acts 17:31 said ‘God has provided a guarantee to all men by resurrecting Jesus from the dead’. (a better place)

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