Meet Delegate Buddy Fowler
Hyland F. "Buddy" Fowler Jr. is honored to represent Virginia's 55th House District. The 55th is comprised of approximately 80,000 people in parts of Hanover, Caroline, and Spotsylvania counties. Hanover County comprises approximately 65% of the district.
Buddy serves on the General Laws Committee and currently Chairs Subcommittee #1. He also serves on the Privileges and Elections Committee where he is a member of the Election Law and Constitutional Amendment Subcommittees. Finally, Buddy serves on the Finance Committee (where he keeps taxes low!). Buddy has also been appointed to serve on the Board of the Virginia War Memorial, the Joint Sub-committee on Block Grants, the History of Enslaved African Americans in Virginia, the Volunteer Firefighters and Rescue Squad Workers’ Service Program (VOLSAP) and the Joint Committee on Election Law.
Buddy is a graduate of Hermitage High School and is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the University of Mary Washington with a degree in History. Buddy worked primarily in the private sector and was also a small business owner before coming to the Virginia General Assembly as an aide to former Delegates Frank Hargrove and John Cox.
A lifelong resident of Virginia, Buddy and his wife, Patsy, reside in Hanover County where they raised their three children. Buddy is a member of Slash Christian Church where he has served as a Diaconate, and currently chairs the Investment Committee. Buddy is a member of the Clay Springs Ruritan Club and has been an active member of Ashland Boy Scout Troop 700, and the Ashland Little League. Buddy is an active outdoors enthusiast and enjoys fishing and hunting and is a member of numerous outdoor organizations including Ducks Unlimited, the National Wild Turkey Federation, and the Virginia Hunting Dog Owner’s Association. Buddy is also involved and supports numerous historical organizations including the Hanover Historical Society.