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Frederick Curtis Fowler, II, American clergyman. Recipient special award United Nations Chaplains’ Association, 1954; Christian Crusade award, 1966; named Distinguished Son of Denver, Colorado, 1959.


II, Frederick Curtis Fowler, was born on December 2, 1901 in Denver, Colorado, United States. Son of Frederick Curtis and Mary Mulvina (McConnell) F.


Bachelor of Arts, Princeton, 1924, Master of Arts, 1927. Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Seminary, 1927. Doctor of Letters, Colorado College, 1937.

Doctor of Divinity (honorary), Burton College, 1949.


Ordained to ministry Presbyterian Church United States of America, 1927. Stated supply Woodside Church, Buck Company, Pennsylvania, 1925-1927, Hopewell (New Jersey) Church, 1927. Minister English Church, Marietta, Pennsylvania, 1927-1930, First Church, Mount Union, Pennsylvania, 1930-1936, Knoxville Church, Pittsburgh, 1936-1954, First Church, Duluth, Minnesota, 1954, 68.

Visiting professor Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi, 1969. Moderator Pittsburgh Presbytery, 1947, chairman ministerial relations, Duluth Presbytery, 1956-1959, moderator Presbytery of Duluth, 1967. Member of the council, chairman, committee social education and action Pennsylvania Synod, 1949-1952.

Delegate to Holland, to form World’s Evangelical.


  • Other Work

    • Author articles religious journals Frequent broadcaster nat. networks, television.


Fellowship, 1951, 53, 56. Member World Relief Commission. Vice chairman All American Conference Combat Communism, 1950-1953.

Served as chaplain United States Navy Reserve, Okinawa and Pacific, 1944-1946, now retired. Member of National Association Evangs. (executive president 1950-1951, president 1950-1952, chairman nat. commission evangelical action 1948-1960.

Club: Princeton (New York City).


Married Anna Williams Bucher, March 14, 1928. Children: Mary Mulvina (Mistress James Zitzman), Reverend Frederick Curtis III, Rosalie Ann (Mistress Gordon Arnold), and Paul Bucher.

Frederick Curtis F.

Mary Mulvina (McConnell) F.

Anna Williams Bucher

Mary Mulvina II (Mistress James Zitzman)

Reverend Frederick Curtis III

Rosalie Ann II (Mistress Gordon Arnold)

and Paul Bucher II