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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

[NY] Good-bye Rose...


Mother of two daughters, Rose Rascoe Maynard's life was stolen from her by her husband, New York Department of Corrections Officer Patrick Maynard in his murder-suicide. It's hard to not add adjectives about what he has done to Rose and to everyone who loves her. Rose was employed as a Prison Counselor in the same facility.


...A friend of Rose Maynard told WPTZ.com that she was going through a divorce and was having marital troubles... Her greatest accomplishment in life was the love and care of her two daughters...

Some of the
ROSE LOVE
I came across:
...We all miss you Rose!... She was the most amazing and sincere woman... Rose was one of the most wonderful people ive ever met in my life. I will miss u so much... no one will ever know, it broke our hearts to lose you, but you did not go alone, a part of us went with you, the day God called you home. A million times we've needed you. A million times we've cried. If love could only have saved you. You never would have died. The Lord be with you and may you rest in peace. Amen... She was beautiful inside and out... You cared more for others then you did yourself and I will work very hard to make you proud and to some day be just like you. I Love You... Thank you for the time you gave me.


POLICE CALL DEATH OF NORTH COUNTRY COUPLE A MURDER-SUICIDE
WCAX.COM
March 27, 2010
State police say the deaths of a husband and wife in the town of Plattsburgh were apparently a murder-suicide. Patrick and Rose Maynard of Morrisonville were found dead by their oldest daughter around 7:30 a.m. Friday after the mother's co-worker contacted her and said Mrs. Maynard hadn't shown up for work. The Department of Correctional Services said 48-year-old Patrick Maynard had more than 25 years on the job as a corrections officer. He and his wife both worked at Clinton Correctional Facility. She was a civilian counselor. [LINK]


COUPLE FOUND DEAD IN CADYVILLE HOME
Neighbor Says Homeowners 'Normal As Apple Pie'
wptz.com
By Matt Lawfer mlawfer@hearst.com
March 26, 2010
[Excerpts] Two people have been found dead in their Cadyville home. State police went to the 1797 Route 3 home at 7:30 a.m. after receiving a call that two people were dead at the home. Police said they found Patrick Maynard, 48, and Rose Maynard, 47, dead inside the home. Police are calling it an apparent murder-suicide... "Very shocked ... It's always a shock surprise, this kind of thing takes places in a small town like Cadyville," said the Rev. Jeff Turcotte. According to police, the couple's oldest daughter found her parents after her mother's co-worker told her that Maynard failed to show up to work. The husband and wife both worked at Clinton Correctional Facility. Patrick Maynard was a correction officer and Rose was a counselor. Neighbor Janet Bombard told WPTZ.com that relatives of the homeowners were at the home Friday morning and that Patrick and Rose Maynard live at the home... A friend of Rose Maynard told WPTZ.com that she was going through a divorce and was having marital troubles, but police would not confirm that... [Full article here]


AUTOPSY RESULTS IN ON CADYVILLE COUPLE
Couple Found Dead In Home Friday Morning
By Matt Lawfer mlawfer@hearst.com
Digital Media Producer
March 29, 2010
[Excerpts] Autopsy results confirm a Cadyville man turned the gun on himself after shooting his wife... Over the weekend, an autopsy on Maynard's wife, 47-year-old Rose Maynard determined her death to be a gunshot wound to the head, and was ruled a homicide... [Full article here]


ROSE M. RASCOE MAYNARD
(June 26, 1962 - March 26, 2010)
[Excerpts] Rose M. Rascoe Maynard, 47 of Rt. 3, passed away at her home on Friday, March 26, 2010. She was born in Plattsburgh on June 26, 1962 the daughter of Ken and Wanda (King) Rascoe. Rose graduated from St. John’s Academy, Clinton Community College, and Plattsburgh State with a degree in Business and a minor in Psychology. Rose has been working as a counselor in corrections for 9 years, presently at Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora. Before that she was the office manager at Ken Rascoe Inc. Electrical Contractors for over 20 years. Rose loved to be with her family and friends. She enjoyed camping, was a member of the North Country Squares. Rose loved being with her dogs, reading, and was avid walker. She was a friend to all, caregiver to anyone in need, worked with heart and soul for many activities at Seaton Catholic School. Rose was also active as a Girl Scout leader for over 20 years. Her greatest accomplishment in life was the love and care of her two daughters. Rose is survived by two daughters... her parents... a sister... a brother... and several nieces and nephews... [Full Obituary here]



FROM ROSE M. RASCOE MAYNARD'S GUEST BOOK
...Rose was always a smile, full of laughter, friendship, always would do for everyone a true giver of herself, wonderful granddaughter, daughter, sister, mother, cousin and friend. She is now in heaven, the wonderful place God has prepared for us. my loving thoughts prayers and hugs to you all. wish I could be there to show you how much I care... My thoughts and prayers are with the Rascoe and Goulden families. I am so sorry for your loss... This is for Rose, Rose, I will never forget you. Although we were not that close I seen a beautiful, caring, smart person. You always went out of your way to say Hi which came with a big smile. You will be missed by many and never forgotten. Uncle Kenny & Aunt Wanda Patty, Timmy, Stephanie and Andrea, Were thinking of you often and your in our prayers.... Rose was the sweetest, dearest and most thoughtful individual I have ever had the privilege to work with. She loved and admired her girls and loved sharing their many accomplishments with us. She was as close to being a saint as anyone can be! She touched many lives and will always be remembered for her positive and inspirational ways. She was a co-worker, but she became a dear friend. Know that she loves both you girls and is with you each and every day... We have such good memories of Rose running on the St. John's team. She was an example to others. Her support and love for her daughters was so evident in all that she did... She was a beautiful woman with a wonderful spirit... She was full of life, love and personality. I only saw her a few times but she was always fun to be around and to talk to...


PATRICK J. MAYNARD
Legacy
Published: March 28, 2010
[Excerpts] Mr. Patrick J. Maynard, 48, of Route 3 in Morrisonville passed away Friday, March 26, 2010, at his home. He was born December 14, 1961, in Burlington, Vt., the son of Henry Philip and Nancy (Noble) Maynard... He married Rose Rascoe on July 28, 1984. Patrick was employed as a correction officer at Clinton Correctional Facility for more than 25 years... Patrick was a loving husband, father, son, brother, uncle and friend... Patrick is survived by two daughters... his mother... six siblings... several nieces and nephews; and two beloved dogs, Sleepy and Lilly. His wife, Rose... recently passed away... [Full Obituary here]
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11 comments:

  1. Why are you trying to make it seem like the husband was abusive?

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  2. Because he was you fool. He murdered her.....You obviously are still deluded about the reality of what happened.

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  3. Thank you for keeping this website and this memorial so that no one forgets or minimizes that magnitude of this and these crimes. Comments like the first one demonstrate that DENIAL is exactly what allows this behavior to persist and be shrugged off.

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  4. I ran for you today Rosie!, I got your back sistah!

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  5. Its been a year and you are badlyl missed but I know you are smiling down on us. Wherever you are you are making a difference w/ your beauty and grace and your great spirit. Even the vicious nature of your death cannot take away or mar the great legacy of kindness and faith that you left in the world. I miss you every day! Wherever you are..I got your back sister!

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  6. AnonymousJune 11, 2011

    This crime is beyond sad. Such a vibrant, lovely, friendly woman was taken so violently. I think the race is a wonderful tribute to her and will keep her spirit alive and her love for running will inspire others to work harder. Shirley Coffey

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  7. Finger hug Rosie :>

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  8. I always cry when I read through this page. She was such an amazing woman and I am so blessed to have had her in my life.

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  9. That's beautiful.

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  10. We worked together at a local restaurant, and though I didn't know you well, I came to respect your gentle spirit and warm smile. Sometimes, I still cannot believe that you're gone. Everything they've said about you as a person above is true; you were a gift to everyone who knew you. You will forever be greatly missed~

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