People of Fenton: Junior Lacey Fowler

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People of Fenton: Junior Lacey Fowler

“(My brother) and his friend Riley lived in Mount Pleasant, they were on a gator putting up deer blinds in the woods, they hit an ant hill and the gator tipped over on top of my brother and killed him instantly. It was really hard on me because he was my best friend and he was always there for me and now, I don’t have that. I have a tattoo on my ankle in memory of him.”

“(My brother) and his friend Riley lived in Mount Pleasant, they were on a gator putting up deer blinds in the woods, they hit an ant hill and the gator tipped over on top of my brother and killed him instantly. It was really hard on me because he was my best friend and he was always there for me and now, I don’t have that. I have a tattoo on my ankle in memory of him.”

PHOTO Regina Pauly

“(My brother) and his friend Riley lived in Mount Pleasant, they were on a gator putting up deer blinds in the woods, they hit an ant hill and the gator tipped over on top of my brother and killed him instantly. It was really hard on me because he was my best friend and he was always there for me and now, I don’t have that. I have a tattoo on my ankle in memory of him.”

PHOTO Regina Pauly

PHOTO Regina Pauly

“(My brother) and his friend Riley lived in Mount Pleasant, they were on a gator putting up deer blinds in the woods, they hit an ant hill and the gator tipped over on top of my brother and killed him instantly. It was really hard on me because he was my best friend and he was always there for me and now, I don’t have that. I have a tattoo on my ankle in memory of him.”

Regina Pauly, Social Media Director

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