Michael P. “Mike” Crowell

February 16, 2020

Michael P. “Mike” Crowell

Michael P. “Mike” Crowell – of Wilmington, passed away unexpectedly, February 16th at the age of 45.  Devoted husband of Diane M. Bourque-Crowell.  Beloved son of Kenneth P. and Joan E. (Kenney) Crowell of W. Bridgewater and loved grandson of Helen Kenney.  Loving brother of Stacey Paretchan, her husband Matthew of Lakeville and Brian Crowell, his wife Jeanine Bresett of W. Bridgewater.   Dear son-in-law of Sharon Bourque of Wilmington, and brother-in-law of Kristan Bourque of Everett and Heather Bourque of Chelsea.  Cherished “Uncle Mike” of Madison, Zachary, and Liam; Jakob, Tessa, Jennifer and Vanessa.  Mike’s pride and joy dog’s, Brynn and Maddison.  A Funeral will be held in the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn on Wednesday morning, February 26th  at 11:30 a.m.. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to Calling Hours ; Tuesday evening, February 25th, 4-8 p.m.and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m Wednesday morning, prior to the Service.  Interment will be private.  Remembrances may be made in honor of Mike to the American Heart Assoc.,300 Fifth Ave, Unit 6, Waltham, MA 02451

Michael P. “Mike” Crowell passed away at Lahey Clinic Monday evening, February 16th after being stricken at his home. The beloved husband of Diane M. Bourque-Crowell, he was forty-five years of age.

Born in Boston he was the son of Kenneth and Joan (Kenney) Crowell .

Raised and educated in West Bridgewater . Mike was a graduate of Southeastern High School along with the Class of 1992. While in High School Mike played soccer and baseball, where he truly excelled. Baseball was his favorite, and it showed! He was an outstanding player all throughout high school.

Mike’s sporting interests were strongly with the St. Louis Cardinals, Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabers, all of whom he has followed all throughout his life! Needless to say that throughout the years this led to many great conversations!  Particularly in this state!

Six years ago, Mike began dating Diane Bourque. There was a first date, but,  on the second date, there was a connection made that lasted over six years, having married just three years ago. They were soul mates, right from that second date! They cherished the times that they spent together having travelled to motorcycle weekend in Franconia, Niagra Falls, Cardinals, Sabers and Buffalo Bill games, enjoying each!  When they were not at the stadiums, rinks or fields they watched on TV! When they were not each working at their chosen professions and had time off, you can rest assure they were together!

Mike not only worked in the food industry, but he also enjoyed the kitchen at home, and was no stranger to preparing truly delightful and delectable dinners for his bride!

A kind, gentle and thoughtful man, Mike’s heart was big and full of love. The people he shared his life with, were very special to him, and held very special places in that very “big heart” of his..

Mike is lovingly survived by his dear wife, Diane M. Bourque-Crowell.  Beloved son of Kenneth P. and Joan E. (Kenney) Crowell of W. Bridgewater and loved grandson of Helen Kenney.  Loving brother of Stacey Paretchan, her husband Matthew of Lakeville and Brian Crowell, his wife Jeanine Bresett of W. Bridgewater.   Dear son-in-law of Sharon Bourque of Wilmington, and brother-in-law of Kristan Bourque of Everett and Heather Bourque of Chelsea.  Cherished “Uncle Mike” of Madison, Zachary, and Liam; Jakob, Tessa, Jennifer and Vanessa.  Mike’s pride and joy dog’s, Brynn and Maddison.  A Funeral will be held in the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn on Wednesday morning, February 26th  at 11:30 a.m.. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to Calling Hours ; Tuesday evening, February 25th, 4-8 p.m.and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m Wednesday morning, prior to the Service.  Interment will be private.  Remembrances may be made in honor of Mike to the American Heart Assoc.,300 Fifth Ave, Unit 6, Waltham, MA 02451

 A Funeral will be held in the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn on Wednesday morning, February 26th  at 11:30 a.m.. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to Calling Hours ; Tuesday evening, February 25th,  4-8 p.m.and again from 10:30-11:30 a.m Wednesday morning, prior to the Service.  Interment will be private.  Remembrances may be made in honor of Mike to the American Heart Assoc.,300 Fifth Ave, Unit 6, Waltham, MA 02451

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  1. Kerrianne Dooley

    Diane…. you were Love of his life! I could hear in his voice and ISee it in his eyes we all got together that weekend. I am sincerely sorry for your loss, He was needed much too early, however he will be another one of our guardian Angel for all of us he loved unconditionally! Please accept and let them know that My thoughts and wholehearted sympathy goes to the Crowell Family! Mike was not just any boyfriend he was such a special person with a heart of gold! He taught me how to ice skate and protected me in high school and 25 years later we reconnected and he walked me through some of the most challenging times and I’m honored to call him 1 of my few true unconditional friends!
    With deepest sorrow, Kerrianne Dooley

  2. Brian Blackadar

    Diane, Ken, Joan,
    We were out of town so sorry to have missed Mikes
    Service. We will be down to see you all this summer.
    Mike was a sweet soul, he will he missed.
    Brian, Maureen and Grace Blackadar
    Cousins from upstate NH – Lobe to all

  3. Brian Blackadar

    Diane, Ken, Joan:
    We were in out of town and so sorry to have missed Mike’s service. We will be down to see all of you this summer. Mike was such a sweet soul, he will be missed. Brian, Maureen, Grace Blackadar – The cousins from upstate NH – Love to all.

  4. To the Crowell family, I am very sorry to hear of Mikes’ passing.
    May he Rest in Peace.
    Millie Flannery
    (Mike Sullivans’ Aunt)

  5. Mike you will be missed! 😪 You were Always fair and one of the few that truly cared for and appreciated us as people first! So sorry for your loss Diane such a tragedy 😪
    RIP Mike!

  6. John & Nicole Bova

    We are so sorry to hear of Mike’s passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers Diane, at this most difficult time. Rest in peace Michael.

  7. Christine chubbuck

    Thank you for always being there when I needed a friend ❤️. You will forever be missed!

  8. Mike was an awesome manager and a wonderful friend, gonna miss his smart ass remarks, love Fran aka(Nana)fra

  9. He was the best uncle anyone could ask for but God needed another angel by his side now he’s up there watching us rest easy uncle Mike love you

  10. Ken and Family,

    So sorry to hear about Michael. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this most difficult time.

  11. My deepest condolences to his Loving wife Diane & to his family. Mike is one of the greatest person I have met, always had a smile. We became instant friends. Mike I am going to miss you! You taught me a lot. I always enjoyed our time working together. You were more than a friend you were my brother. Love You R. I. P.

  12. Had the pleasure of knowing and working with you and you were awesome, but God needed another angel by his side, gone to soon, RIP Mike

  13. Phyllis Chiacchieri

    Joan and Family

    I am so sorry for your loss. You and family are in my thoughts and prayers during the difficult time.

  14. Diane, I am so sorry. I cannot imagine what you are going through right now. Please know that we are thinking about you . Caroline, Gerry, Nils & Elsa

  15. Bro, I just saw you on Facebook yesterday. How quickly life changes. God bless bro. I know you are where you belong!

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