Remembering Wendy Towle, our neighbor.
107 North Main Street
Concord, NH 03301
So today the government after all this time reveals names, and some details. My thanks to the newspaper for not simply running a news release. I still feel they could have pressed the AG harder and earlier. Media pressure is very effective in some circumstances. Anyone reading the story should wonder if justice was served.
I was away overnight and was alerted concerning the outcome of the Wendy Towle unexplained death investigation. I had to get up at 2am it bothered me so much. Shield laws which newspapers, and other media outlets enjoy are not extended to blogs, yet. Any of these could move this story forward quite a bit given the local knowledge. The continuing investigation must be stepped up. One has to wonder if the initial scene was compromised and hindered the States ability to secure an indictment. I am hopeful still, since the case remains open, that Justice will be served.
I heard that there is an effort to keep this under wraps. Really, why is this not resolved? This may be as big as the Bader case. Despite that news, this continues to be a horrendous ordeal for Ms Towles( deceased) family and neighbors and friends. Personally, I feel it has dragged on too long. NH authorities really need some help when it comes these tragic events. Ms Towles body was discovered on August 23rd.
Wendy Towle, CRNA, BSN, MSN
Stratham — Wendy Ellen Towle, 38, died Aug. 22, 2009, at home. She was born in Haverhill on March 25, 1971, to David and Patricia (Little) Towle. She was a graduate of Lisbon High School, class of 1989, and the University of New Hampshire School of Nursing in 1992. She was employed at Exeter Hospital while attending the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine. She graduated in 2003 as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist. For the past six years, she was employed at Elliot Hospital in Manchester in that role.
She played basketball while attending Lisbon High School. An avid outdoorswoman, she participated in competitive runs up Mount Washington and hiked the White Mountains and in National Parks across America. She successfully hiked all 48 of the 4,000-foot peaks in New Hampshire.
She was dedicated to her nieces and nephews and was affectionately known as “Summi.” The family, in addition to her parents, of Landaff, includes two sisters, Beth Miller Clark of Landaff and Dawn Nelson of North Haverhill; nieces and nephews; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.
This obituary appeared in the Union Leader August 27th, 2009
UPDATE; I think the authorities owe the community some answers now. 12/20/09
Update 1/25/10 ?