Clay Moreland Fowler

Clay Moreland Fowler, 58, an eighteen-year resident of Friendswood, TX passed away on May 19, 2020 at his home.   Clay was born on April 10, 1962 in Little Rock, AR to Horace and Peggy Fowler.  He was proud to be an electrician and an all-around handyman.  Mr. Fowler was a member of Triple B Cookers, a supporter of the C.C.A and Ducks Unlimited along with being a Past Chairman of the Clear Lake Chapter, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo-Transportation Committee.

Mr. Fowler is preceded in death by his parents Horace and Peggy Fowler.  Clay is survived by his two daughters Cassie Fowler and Fiancée Zack Reese and Charrise Fowler and Fiancée Scott Berardi; sister Pamela Fry and husband Steve; brother George Michael Fowler and Caitlyn; nephew Shane Yeagin.

There will be a Memorial Service, 1:00 p.m. on Monday May 25, 2020 at Crowder Funeral Home 2422 E Broadway St Pearland, TX 77581, with Rev. Stephen Oglesbee officiating.

Memorials may be made to Yay 4 Life.

For those who can not attend and wish to join in the service for Mr. Clay Fowler, here is the link for his live stream



  1. I was totally shocked to here about Clay passing away. He was way too young to leave this soon. God Bless !

    Geno Jurischk
  2. Clay was a warm, friendly man who made his mark in the world not with grand gestures or fancy titles, but by the basic goodness and generosity of his character. He will be remembered as an incredibly awesome loving father, a wonderful brother, a great friend , an outdoorsman, and a God-loving man. He lives in our memories and stories, and in what all of us have because of him.

    Cathy (Caitlyn) and Michael Fowler

    Cathy Fowler
  3. Clay was a large influence on our Saturday evening small group at church
    We will miss him.

    Randy willett
  4. Dear Cassie and Charisse, my heart is broken with yours in the loss of your dad. He loved you both so much, and was so very proud of you. It was a joy to have you both in my children’s choir at CLPC. I will be praying for you both over the next year.
    Many comforting blessings to you.
    Ms. Nancy (Hoover)

    Nancy Hoover
  5. Sweet Girls, we are so very sorry for the loss of your dad and our awesome friend. There was nothing in this world he loved more than you two. We will keep you all in our prayers. Love you so much.
    Skip and Terri

    Skip and Terri McCarthy
  6. Dear Charisse and Cassie, we are so saddened to hear about your dad. Our memories of Saturday nights at CLPC are filled with all you kids being church cousins, playing, eating and lots of laughs. Your dad took fatherhood very seriously and poured his love into raising you both. He will be missed.
    Love, Mike and Susan Laker

    Susan Laker
  7. We are so sorry to hear about this loss. We didn’t have the opportunity to get to know him as well as we wish we could have but getting to know Cassie we have gotten to know that he must have been an incredible person to make such a huge impact on her. We are praying over the family and know that although nothing will take away this pain during this time we are here in whatever way we can be. Any family of Cassie’s is family to us. Praying for comfort, strength and for His love to surround you all completely.

    With much love and respect
    Cypress Fellowship

    Jaime and Jennifer Ramirez
  8. I had the pleasure of volunteering with Mr. Fowler over the past 3 years. Sweet as honey, he will truly be missed. I am the team photographer. This year, on the sudden last morning of our rodeo season, I took a beautiful portrait of Mr. Fowler. If you’d like me to send you the image, I’d be happy to email it to you. My email is
    My condolences to you all at this time of sorrow.

    MaryAnn Cantú
  9. Dear Cassie and Charisse,
    Your dad’s love for God and his love for you girls showed so clearly when we were all together at CLPC. I respected how he lived his life for God and devoted himself to raising you both to grow in faith. I am truly sorry for your sudden loss of him.
    Praying for God to comfort you and all the Fowler family.
    Love, Eileen Koller

    Eileen Koller
  10. Clay was a man of integrity and devotion. His world for sure revolved around his faith and his girls. I respected his work and expertise he provided for several years to the Friendswood ISD. Peace and comfort to Charisse and Cassie. Rest In Peace brother.

    Joel Hannemann

    Joel Hannemann
  11. DEAR Charisse and Cassie
    hearing about your Dad brought back many wonderful memories. Watching him raise ya”ll showed what an outstanding Dad he was. He loved and adored you both.He was a dear friend and would do anything for anyone. Praying for you both.
    Love,Page and Tom

    Page Jones
  12. Very sorry for your loss. Have not seen Clay in a long time. I do know..he is a good man. Prayers 🙏… Gary Walker and Family


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