Dan Fowlie Obituary, Death – Today I am feeling absolutely and utterly brokenhearted. Dan Fowlie was our voice for the rodeo both of the years that I served as Rodeo Queen, and I recall how much I looked forward to hearing his humor and personality over the loud speakers. During both of those years, Dan Fowlie was our voice for the rodeo.
I can say without a shadow of a doubt that Dan was without a doubt one of the best rodeo personalities and announcers I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with, and I consider myself extremely fortunate to have had the opportunity to collaborate with such an amazing person. At the rodeo we had in February of this year was the first time I had the opportunity to meet his wife. She possesses such a lovely soul, and my hope is that she is cognizant of the fact that she is not the only one who is going through a time of bereavement.
The fact that he did not participate in our rodeo will leave an indelible mark on the annals of its history, but he will not be forgotten. Mr. Dan Fowlie, I wish you the very best of luck. It is going to be very difficult to move on without you. We, at The Rodeo Alaska Family, have suffered the loss of a True Friend and Brother, and the entire world has suffered the loss of a remarkable human being. Dan served as a source of inspiration for individuals who were active in rodeo.
He has been providing the narration for each and every episode of Rodeo Alaska since since the very first one. There is not a shred of uncertainty in my mind that I will see him once more at that gigantic stadium up in the clouds. It breaks my heart to think about the woman he married and the children they have together. Annette, know that you can always count on us to be here for you and that we love you and the kids very much. During this challenging time, please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Have a Peaceful Slumber Dan Fowlie.