December 23rd, 1936 - February 6th, 2019
On Wednesday, Feb 6, 2019, Rex Fletcher Sr. age 82 loving father, grandfather, husband and friend went home to be with the Lord. He was born Dec 23, 1936 in London, KY. Born to Dan Cupp and Stella (Fletcher) Bowling; raised by Mother Ellen Fletcher.
Rex was loved and touched many lives. He was a kind, strong man with a sweet spirt that lived life to the fullest. He loved fishing, sports, bingo, and going to the casino. He is survived by son, Rex Jr. (Jenny) Fletcher; daughters, Sherri (Dago) Zavala, Janna (Fletcher) Campbell, four loving sisters, Ruby (Homer) Hodges, Christine (James) Brown, Joan Bowling Warren, and Gayle Wells.
Preceded in death by his loving wife, Sandy Fletcher; son, Vincent Babb; grandmother, Ellen Fletcher; mother, Stella (Fletcher) Bowling; sisters, Oma Harris, Mae Rowe, Phyliss Cornelius, Ollie Johnson; two brothers, James and Harold Bowling.
Also survived by 9 grandchildren, David (Peggy) Babb, Vander (Van) Fields, Danielle (Porfi) Ortiz, Angelena (Ralph) Maurmeier, William (Chanda) Babb, Steven (Kristi) Fields, Alicia Zavala, Brayden Fletcher, Bryce Fletcher; and great grandchildren, Catherine, Jonathan, Nicolas, Jordan, Kaylee, Deven, Connor, and Evelyn Rose.
While his passing is hard for all of us, his amazing legacy will live in our hearts forever. We love you and look forward to the day we will be with you again.
Visitation is Friday, February 15, 2019 from 5pm to 8pm at Brown Dawson Flick Funeral Home, 1350 Millville Ave, Hamilton, OH 45013. Funeral Ceremony is Saturday, February 16, 2019 at 10am at Lindenwald Baptist Church, 460 Symmes Rd, Fairfield, OH 45014 with Pastor Tyler Green officiating. Burial will follow at Rose Hill Burial Park.
|Oh, grandpa. I miss you so much. It’s gonna be rough but I’m gonna hang in there like you told me to. Love you always.|
|To the family of Rex Fletcher This is a sad time for the family The Bible gives us hope Act 24:15, states there will be a resurrection of the dead. That will be a wonderful time when we can welcome ALL our loved ones home again.|
|you were a big brother to me because we were raised in the same house. i love you|
LARRY & PATSY BETSCH
|Please accept our condolences on the loss of your Dad and grandfather. LEB & PBB|
|My Uncle Rex, you were a strong person with a gentle nature and adorable sense of humor. You faced difficult times with calmness and grace. You were one of my true heroes and everyone who knew you was blessed to have you in their life.|