Fowler, Tillie (1942–2005)
Fowler, Tillie (1942–2005)
American politician. Born Tillie Kidd, Dec 23, 1942, in Milledgeville, GA; died of a brain hemorrhage, Mar 2, in Jacksonville, FL; dau. of Culver Kidd (Georgia state senator); graduate of Emory University Law School; m. Buck Flowler; children: Tillie and Elizabeth Fowler.
As a Democrat, served in White House as general counsel in Office of Consumer Affairs (1970–71); served on Jacksonville (FL) city council (1985–92); as a Florida Republican, served in US House of Representatives (1993–2001), one of the top-ranking women in her party; served as vice chair of the House Republican Conference, the 5th-ranking GOP leader, and as deputy majority whip for 6 years; was on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and Armed Services Committee; as a conservative, championed increased defense budgets but was a moderate on minimum wage and abortion; retired from Congress and chaired the Defense Policy Board Advisory Committee.
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