Mark Fowl Obituary, Death – We must break the news to you with a heavy heart that Firefighter Mark Fowl has passed away. Our condolences go out to his family and friends. During this difficult time, we want his family, friends, and loved ones to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers. Mark joined the Glendale Fire Department on January 17, 2002, and by the time he was ready to retire from the department, he had worked his way up through the ranks to become an E156 C shift captain. Mark is now retired from the department. In any situation, you could rely on him to offer you a friendly smile and ask, “How are you doing, buddy?” without fail. This was something you could always count on from him.
The following inquiry will be, “How are things currently going?” Because he was a member of staff who was very well liked, he will be greatly missed by everyone on our team once he has left because he was very popular. Mark was given a diagnosis of brain cancer in 2021, and despite the severity of the disease, he fought with everything he had to stay alive despite the severity of the disease. Despite the grim prognosis, he was given, he fought with everything he had to stay alive.
During the time that he was battling the unforgiving disease, his wife and two children were an unending source of love and strength for him. As we come to terms with the fact that our brother Mark has passed away, our hearts are shattered to the point of complete and utter destruction. We plan to disseminate information regarding the funeral service that will be held within the next few days to weeks. We would appreciate it if you could be patient with us while we do everything in our power to acknowledge Mark and his family for the contributions that they have made. We are grateful for your awareness and understanding, as well as your patience. Stay safe.