Lynn Crowe died at her home in Quogue on April 14. She was 67.
Ms. Crowe grew up in Rye. After graduating from Briarcliff College, she moved to Manhattan, where she would reside for more than 40 years, working as a mortgage broker in her early years. While working in Manhattan, she always favored spending summers and weekends at her family’s home in Quogue.
She was an active member of the community throughout her life. In Manhattan, she was a member of the Junior League and served on the board of the Grosvenor Neighborhood House for many years. In Quogue, she served as treasurer of the Quogue Association, a member of the Arts Committee of the Quogue Library, and treasurer of the Westhampton Garden Club. She was an active member of the Quogue Field Club for nearly 30 years, serving as a governor of the club as well as co-chairman of the tennis committee and chairman of the Junior Sports Program. She was also an active member of Laurel Links Country Club since its founding, and serving as the head of its Ladies Golf Association.
Her true passion was photography, and she could be found shooting in her travels around the world, as well as closer to home on Long Island. Most important, Ms. Crowe loved sharing her work with the East End community through her Old Depot Studio. She was also a member of the Old Town Arts and Crafts Guild in Cutchogue.
Ms. Crowe is survived by her husband, Kevin; her son, Kevin Jr. and wife Daphne Chester and grandson Miller Reynolds Crowe; and her son, Brooks.
A memorial service was held at St. James Church in New York City on April 20.
Memorial donations may be made to East End Hospice, www.eeh.org, or the Quogue Library, www.quoguelibrary.org.