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Evelyn (Crowdis) "Evie" MacDonald

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

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Thinking of you and your family, I know how much your mother meant to you. Your in my thoughts

Posted by: bill tansey    Mar 01, 2018

My thoughts are with all of you. Evie is one of the most beautiful ladies I have ever met, both inside and out.

Posted by: Suzanne Battit - Charlestown, MA - Family Friend   Mar 01, 2018

To all the clan, my sincerest condolances. I am sad for you all and know you will miss your Mom and Grammie a lot. Gladly we look forward to the day we will all be together again with our Lord. My memories of the "U.P." are fondly wrapped up with you all. God Bless you.

Posted by: Janet MacDonald - Lexington, MA   Mar 01, 2018

Such a beautiful, loving woman. I will never forget the Hoitt Rd. Connection, such an important part of my life. I grew up in a new school and place for most of my life. THe only constant was Hoitt Rd. And the wonderful women and their families who lived there. SUch great memories, such great LOVE. EVie, you Are so beautiful and elegant, and you always treated me as one of your own. Xoxox I know you have gone to

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Posted by: A friend   Mar 01, 2018

Sending condolences and warm thoughts from Oklahoma City. I have many happy and fond memories of Evie at her homes in Belmont and the Cape, and in the respective homes of her sister Dottie. Just as I, as the twin of Dottie's daughter-in-law, consider myself a pseudo daughter-in-law, I've always felt like family to Evie and could identify with her as the single sister for most of her life. She was such a strong woman to survive the early loss

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Posted by: Paula Burkes - Oklahoma City, OK   Mar 01, 2018

It makes sense that Evie would quickly follow her dear sister, Dottie, in death. They spent a lifetime together, separated only by a driveway. I'll remember Evie's presence at my wedding in Oklahoma City, her daily 10 AM visits for coffee in West Falmouth, and her genuine concern about the welfare of my own sister, Paula, and her daughter. She will be missed, but will live on through her artwork including a personal needlepoint in my home and various pieces

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Posted by: Pamela Burkes-Smith - Newton Center, MA - Family   Mar 01, 2018

My thoughts and sympathy to the MacDonald family. May your faith and cherished memories sustain you.

Posted by: Mary Lou (Cox) Hutchinson - Fall River, MA   Mar 01, 2018

Denise and I send our deepest sympathy to all her loved ones. Her love for you will be with you always. May she rest in peace.

Posted by: Patricia Brennan - Billerica, MA - Friend   Mar 01, 2018

Dear "MacDonald Clan",
Such wonderful and fun memories I have of growing up with you at the UP! Your mom/grandmother was so gracious and loving. When I married, we always thought of your parents as a dynamite couple for the Lord - always sharing with others us in the name and love of Christ - and in many cases that was their words of encouragement and kindness. They made a great impact on our lives.
Sending much love and praying for you all,
Mertie (Scribner) & Fred Potter

Posted by: Mertie Potter - Concord, NH   Mar 01, 2018

What lovely memories we have of this dear Sister in Christ! May God comfort you all and give you peace.
1Thessalonians 4:13 But we do not want you to be uninformed, brothers, about those who are asleep, that you may not grieve as others do who have no hope. For since we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so, through Jesus, God will bring with him those who have fallen asleep.
With our love,
Jim and Anne

Posted by: Jim and Anne Amnott - Medfield, MA - Friend   Feb 28, 2018