H. M. Fowler

Politician

1918 –

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Who is H. M. Fowler?

Hendrix Marion "Mutt" Fowler, Sr., is a retired Louisiana politician and businessman who served as mayor of his small town of Coushatta in Red River Parish, as a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives, and later as the executive director of the Sabine River Authority. Fowler's career ended in indictment and a plea bargain for the circumvention of state bid laws and dissatisfaction over his having allocated scarce public monies on low-priority projects. He eventually served forty-five days in the Sabine Parish jail. Fowler was the third member of a family political dynasty that also included two Louisiana elections commissioners, the second of whom was indicted, convicted, and imprisoned for bribery and income tax evasion.

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Born
Feb 13, 1918
Coushatta
Also known as
  • Mayor H. M. Fowler
Religion
  • United Methodist Church
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession
Lived in
  • Louisiana

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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