Bob Crowell committed his retirement years to creating literacy, injury prevention and educational programs for young people living on the Navajo Nation and he was always happy when he could be there selflessly serving others.
Three years ago on March 24, 2020, the world lost a renowned neurosurgeon, great dad and grandfather, kind and gentle man, accomplished pianist, music aficionado, humanitarian and co-founder of Eve’s Fund for Native American Health Initiatives
—Robert M. Crowell, MD
(this link clicks to his obituary).We miss him so much, but his vision and mission for Eve’s Fund and the legacy of our beloved daughter, Eve Erin Crowell
, are continuing every day through our programs for young people living on and near the Navajo Nation in parts of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. Catch up on our most recent important initiatives here
.Today we are honoring Bob with an inaugural memorial gift to current and future Dine (Navajo) music students who are studying piano, violin or other instruments, supported by a Navajo Nation based non-profit organization —The Heartbeat Music Project
. Thanks to the ongoing generosity of our“Friends of Eve’s Fund,”
we plan to continue our support of this program, in Bob’s memory, on an annual basis.