Laura Angela Fowler

March 29, 1929 - December 19, 2020

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Norfolk- Laura Angela Lytton-White Fowler of Norfolk, passed away on Saturday December 19, 2020 at the age of 91, in her home comforted by her husband, daughters and wonderful care givers.

Mrs. Fowler was born in County Down Ireland to Benoni Richard Cleland Lytton-White, grandson of Richard Rose-Cleland of Rathgael House, Bangor Northern Ireland and Georgina Hay Johnston, niece of Lord and Lady Hay, great niece of William Johnston of Bally Kilbeg House of Ireland. After World War ll she moved to Plymouth England where she worked in the custom house with her father. In 1954 she immigrated to the United States to be with her sister Barbara Taylor. She met her husband of 67 years on Buckroe Beach in Hampton VA. She lived a military life as the wife of a Master Chief moving around the United States with the Navy. She became a renowned artist in Key West, FL in the late 60’s. She continued her artistic career when they retired in Norfolk VA.  She participated in many art shows including the VA Beach Annual Boardwalk Art show.  Angie went back to work as an assistant bookkeeper for St Mary’s Home for Disabled Children in the late 70’s where she worked for ten years. She was an involved member of St Stephens Episcopal Church, the Hampton Roads British Club as well as the St. Mary’s Auxiliary Board.

Angie was the wife of Warren L. Fowler and is survived by two daughters, Rosemary Gray (husband John B. Gray) of Newport News and Elizabeth Ann Sparkman (husband James Sparkman) of Port Charlotte Fla. and a brother Brian A Lytton White (wife Pricilla Lytton-White) of Portsmouth. 5 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren and many loving nieces and nephews. A service of remembrance will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers  the family requests you make donations to St Stephens Episcopal Church of Norfolk.

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Sharron Rose
3 years ago

Always a voice of kindness and reason. Aunt Angie lived by the rule if you cannot say something nice say nothing at all. Loving mother, wife and a pillar to her family. She was a 2nd mother to my sister Angela and me. She inspired us in more ways than we could possibly count. Sitting by her in church she had a beautiful voice. A talented artist with an eye for color and composition. Of this I am sure, Angie is in heaven having a wonderful reunion with her sister, parents and all who passed on before her. Heaven has… Read more »

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