Robbie Fowler Honored

The employees of Cimarron Memorial Hospital and Nursing Home have chosen Robbie Fowler as Employee the Quarter for 2004.

Fowler, a registered nurse at the hospital, began working there in Jan. 2004.

The employee who nominated Fowler for this honor related the nomination was made “For all the extra he does beyond his job...-cleaning, rearranging, time saving tips - and doing it in a nice way, not bossy or ‘I know better. He talks to everyone on the same level - asks, takes, and gives advice professionally.”

Fowler received a certificate for a large pizza and two drinks from Amanda Alvarez, manager of the local Pizza Hut, and a massage from Kay Prather.

Fowler was born in Cimarron Memorial Hospital in 1953, the son of Max and Mary Ione Fowler and graduated from Boise City High in 1971.

He graduated from Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma City campus, in the nursing program with an associate's degree in 1990. Prior to obtaining his associate's degree, he was employed as an emergency room technician at Baptist Hospital in Oklahoma City and continued his employment there as a registered nurse following his graduation. He was employed at Baptist Hospital until 1996 when he returned to Boise City to care for his father for seven years.

In his spare time, Fowler enjoys reading, photography, gardening, cooking, computers and genealogy. He recently compiled a photo and narrative exhibit on his father's side of the family. It is presently on exhibit at the Cimarron Heritage Center. This exhibit is on display at the local museum.