Ben Fowler, the founder of Burger Bar in Roy, passed away Monday, May 23, 2016 at 96. He lived a full life, including service as Navy fighter pilot, a businessman, a member of the Utah House of Representatives and later a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
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Ben Fowler, LegislatorBen Fowler served in the Utah House of Representatives in the 1970s.
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Ben Fowler in Utah LegislatureGeorge Romney (left) in 1970 with Ben Fowler, who was campaigning for Utah Republican Congressional candidate Richard Richards. Fowler was a Utah representative at the time (District 36). Romney was secretary of housing and urban development.
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Navy Pilot Ben FowlerBen Fowler poses near his Navy fighter jet. He was a recognized and decorated pilot during World War II.
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Ben Fowler, Navy fighter pilotBen Fowler made a name for himself as a Navy fighter pilot during World War II, family members say.
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Burger Bar 45 YearsBen Fowler founder of the Burger Bar in Roy.