Elinor M Crowley
1926 ∼ 2019
Annie O’Keefe of Vero Beach Florida wrote:
Rest In Peace Ellie- I am honored to say you were my friend and “summer mom”.You made card games and cocktails on the deck something to look forward to each and every weekend . You’ll be missed by many. Benson will be waiting for a long walk . Love you Keeg and Clara Annie
Karen Rubin of Walpole MA wrote:
So many great memories of your Mom on Woodruff. I’m glad she had so many long and wonderful years to spend with you both. She will be forever in my mind with many smiles. May she Rest In Peace with your Dad once again by her side. Love to you both!!
Yolanda Alston of Boston, MA wrote:
Tina and the family. My thoughts and prayers our with you during this difficult time. Wishing you and the family hope in the midst of sorrow, comfort in the midst of pain. The loving memories of your mom will be with you always. God Bless!
Peggy Cakken of Uxbridge, ma wrote:
Dear Tina and family, I wa so sorry to hear of you Mom’s passing. Don and I have you in our prayers each day. Reading about your Mom made me smile! She was so blessed with a full and long life. It is a life to be celebrated! Still I know how much you will miss her. Love you, Peg
Ann Canedy of Cummaquid wrote:
Please accept my sincerest sympathies on Elinor's passing. I met her many years ago when she was president of the Cape Cod Women's Republican Club. She was a wonderful, fun lady. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Leslie Johnson of W. Yarmouth, Ma. wrote:
All the memories from our beach days are forever in my mind...Thank you for your friendship. Rest in Peace...
Scott Manley & Kriss Stevens of Centerville, MA 02632 wrote:
We are so sorry for your loss. Ellie was a wonderful person who touched so many lives with her love. She will be missed. Our prayers are with you and your family.
Richard James Downey of Boston Massachusetts wrote:
Dear Tina and Carolyn, I'm so sorry for your loss. Your Mom was such a marvelous woman and she certainly gifted you both with her sense of humor, fun, and style. Sharp as a tack and always interested in what your friends were doing. No matter what was going on in your lives it always had to be asked, "What did Ellie say?" I will miss her! Mary McFadden - never forget! Love, Richard Downey Boston MA
David C. Gulliver of Epping wrote:
You will be greatly missed by those who loved you. Ellie-isms. "Our Lady of the Sands" and so many other more colorful statements that only she could make. The choas of snowy mornings when breakfast and the Cape Cod Times were threatened. Cocktail hour & too many delicious meals to remember: on the back deck, at a wide variety of restaurants. Hearing BILL!!! at all hours of the day, all sounding dire but just as often as a missing pen... Oh you made us all belly laugh so often- sometimes unintentionally. But always alert, aware and lovingly worried about the variable brood under your watch. I love you and will miss you.
Harry Holway of Centerville MA wrote:
Every time I come and go from 61 Old Stage Rd. I think and remember how nice Ellie was to me and Harry get me the papers and a coffee when she wasn't able to go.