Eve Erin Crowell

Phoenix, Arizona

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As we approach the 13th anniversary of Eve's tragic death, I wish I could tell you that life is a little easier and that the sadness and grief have subsided. What I can tell you is that her memory and spirit are alive in the work we are doing in her name: Eve's Fund for Native American Health Initiatives. Working with Navajo youth has inspired us, just as Eve always did. I hope she knows how much she is loved. Her mom, Barbara Crowell Roy February 21,2018.

To all whom who loved Eve as I did:
She is my spirited and beautiful friend whom I miss each day. I admire her inquistive mind, her everything.

I run each day and each day I run with Eve, each day I run faster and each day I am more grateful; inspired to live a life big enough for the both of us to share.

Wyatt & Bob-

I have pleasant memories of hanging out with Eve in Lincoln Park at Bob's high rise condo. We played together and visited the Lincoln Park ZOO- I think we were pre-teen age?

Wyatt and Eve used to visit our family for Sunday dinners in Arlington Heights, IL- which I remember always looking forward to. I really missed out getting to know Eve as an adult- what a beautiful and accomplished young woman. I moved to San Francisco in summer of 1997-...

Barbara... Not a day goes by that I don't think of you and the wonderful days I spent with you and Vance in Newport. I recall the feeling of peace in the charming cemetary where Eve resides. At this anniversary time of her death, my prayers are for your own peace of heart. You, Bob, and Wyatt have done so much to give Eve's life a dignified and respectful ending. Eve's Fund is keeping alive Eve's legacy in such a vibrant way. Can you now rest easy, my friend?? With Love, June and Mary Lee

Dear Barbara, Bob, and Wyatt,
Holly and I love you and are so sorry for the loss of your sweet and beautiful Eve. The first time I saw grandbaby Belle give a big smile and crinkle her little nose I thought "she looks like Eve!" So if Belle got Eve's smile that is a beautiful thing indeed.
I wish I was there to hug you and cry and or laugh with you. Please know we keep you in our prayers.
Libby and Holly Boggess

Dear Barbara,
We have thought about you so often during this last year and have wondered how you all have been coping with Eve's tragic death.It is so very hard.
We also think of the happy times spent in the Encanto/Palmcroft area in Phoenix.
Our prayers are with you,Bob,Wyett and family.
Fondly,Jean and Bob.

May Eve always be in our hearts and our memories.

Dear Family & Friends,
As we approach the first anniversary of Eve's tragic death, we want to thank you for helping us survive this horrible year of sadness and grief. All of your kind words, cards, calls, emails, pictures and contibutions to EVE'S FUND, etc. have comforted us & and helped us to realize how many people respected, loved, and cherished Eve. She had a unique and unforgettable impact on so many people, in so many places. We will always mourn our loss, but will try...

Wyatt, Barbara, and Dr. Crowell,
I am very sorry for the lost of your sister and daughter. She was a beautiful and intelligent young lady. My family has and will continue to pray for you.

Dear Barbara

I know it's a difficult time for you and your family. I'm thinking of you and wishing you hope in the midst of sorrow and comfort in the midst of pain.
It's great to have you back as our English teacher.
My deepest sympathy


Eve's Obituaries

Eve Erin Crowell, 30, of 1232 North Flores, West Hollywood, California, formerly of Phoenix, died suddenly at her home on February 24, 2005. The daughter of Barbara (Lepley Crowell) Roy of Newport, Rhode Island and Sachseln Switzerland and Dr. Robert Crowell of Pittsfield, Massachusetts,...

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