Who is Reggie Fowler?
Reggie Fowler was born Reginald Dennis Fowler in February, 1959, to Al and Eloise Fowler – one of five children. Reggie is an African-American businessman who currently resides in Chandler, Arizona. He is the owner of Chandler-based Spiral, Inc. and Kyrene OEM, LLC in nearby Tempe.
When his father, Al, retired from the U.S. Air Force, he moved the family Tucson, Arizona where he opened a restaurant called Al's Pit Bar-B-Que – Reggie worked as a dishwasher there. The original location was to become the setting for the 1974 Scorsese film, Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore. After his family relocated to the east side of town, Reggie attended Magee Jr. High School and later Sahuaro High School, where he played football, as did his brother, Jeff.
Reggie graduated from Sahuaro in 1977 and left Tucson to attend the University of Wyoming on a football scholarship. There he started out as a running back, the position he played in high school, but later switched to wide receiver and linebacker positions. He graduated in December, 1981, with a Bachelor's degree in Social Work. Though he was not drafted, he attended training camp for the Cincinnati Bengals but was cut from the team before the beginning of the season.
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