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Evelyn (Crowdis) "Evie" MacDonald

Evelyn (Crowdis) "Evie" MacDonald
  • February 8, 1928 - February 28, 2018
  • Belmont, Massachusetts

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We will always miss Dan's sweet mother Evie but have so many wonderful memories of our time together.

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Gregg Kaminsky


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Posted by: A friend   Mar 12, 2018

My memories of my Aunt Evie are many and my very special ones are those I have of summers when her and Uncle Stewart would come "back east" to visit members of the MacDonald family. She was always happy to see us and spend special times laughing and reminiscing of summers gone by. I also remember spending special visits with her on Hoitt Road. We would head out for shopping trips to Bangor and Filene's Basement in Boston and Aunt

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Posted by: A friend   Mar 12, 2018

We are so saddened to hear of the passing of your Mom but know she is at peace with our lord and her husband Stew. So sorry we are away and unable to pay our respects in person. Know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Love Kevin and Denise Boyd


Posted by: Kevin and Denise Boyd - Groton, MA   Mar 08, 2018

danny, I'm sending condolences to the entire Macdonald family during this difficult time. Much love and many prayers coming your way, my friend. Evie is watching over you from heaven


Posted by: Diane Connors - West Hollywood, CA   Mar 03, 2018

Dear Stewart, Sandra, and Danny, We are so sorry for your loss. Unfortunately Gene and I cannot attend. We couldn't at Aunt Dotty either. ----Gene
is 100 years old and I am taking care of him ----He has Dementia.
You are in our thoughts and prayers . we have fond Memories.
The Contini Family.


Posted by: Ninna Contini - Belmont, MA   Mar 02, 2018

I'd simply like to extend my most heartfelt condolences to the entire family, particularly my friend, Dan. Evie will live in my heart as the fun and adventurous lady who put up with our antics in New York City..and usually ended up leading us on an even more wonderful adventure than any we could have planned. She was always quite a good sport! I remember one particular evening, waiting for the two of you to show up for our fantastic

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Posted by: Hamilton Brower - New Milford, CT - Family Friend   Mar 02, 2018