We are saddened to tell you that, Mary Woodson Crowell (1940-2016), second wife of Eve’s Fund founder, Dr. Robert M. Crowell,, died on July 27, 2016 at the Mount Carmel Center in Lenox, Massachusetts. Mary suffered from unrelenting pain for years. An overwhelming and final infection ended her life.
As she requested, internment was private.
Mary valued the work that we are doing through Eve’s Fund and was a strong champion and supporter of our literacy, injury prevention and educational initiatives in support of Native youth.
Here is a link to her published obituary: http://goo.gl/cW2u4H
Notes of condolence may be sent to: Robert M. Crowell, MD, 45 Main St., Dalton, MA 01226
We know that Mary would be pleased by any donations made to Eve’s Fund, in her name and memory. You may make donations online through our secure Network for Good portal at:https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/EvesFund-ThinkFirstNavajo or by sending a check to: Eve’s Fund for Native American Health Initiatives, PO Box 73, Dalton, MA 01227.
Warm thanks to Mary’s wide circle of friends who have provided support to each other and to her family during this difficult time.
About Eve’s Fund
Eve’s Fund for Native American Health Initiatives is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that promotes hope and wellness among Native Americans. Dr. Robert M. Crowell founded Eve’s Fund in 2005 in memory of his daughter, Eve Erin Crowell. Since that time, the organization has developed strong community partnerships and created prevention and education programs impacting more than 50,000 Native children and young adults.
For more information about our initiatives for Native youth, please visit our website at: evesfund.org.