Like many ex-veterans who have served the U.S. military, proudly, American Hero, Ronald Fowlkes stated that he has an enduring love for his country. Fowlkes in intent on making his country a better place for all by assisting others. Fowlkes also enjoys doling out advice to the youth as part of his work with his son’s minor hockey league team. When Ronald Fowlkes was provided with the opportunity to work with kids, he agreed to take on the job of a mentor.
Ronald Fowlkes is a person who brings a heightened sense of enthusiasm likes to share the knowledge he has gained over the years in areas of military history, fitness, and especially the game of ice hockey. Fowlkes is proud of service in both the Army’s parachute school and a Marine Corps’ Spec-Ops unit. Fowlkes is a person who can give significant insights about life that will show the kids that there are people like Ron who care and are willing to give 100 percent to the principal causes that he believes firmly in.
Fowlkes is a mentor that the youth feel comfortable enough around to ask him questions. Because of his life experiences in the military and in combat situations, there are topics that kids wouldn’t typically ask adults about, but believe in him to provide information that can lead mentees down the right path in life. Fowlkes is a father and a mentor to his son, who plays for the Saint Louis Blues’ Triple-A ice hockey team.