Friends, family, hold tribute to N.H. woman who died

CHARLESTOWN, N.H. (AP) - Family and friends of a New Hampshire woman found dead in the woods have celebrated her life at a park gathering.

They released a number of balloons Saturday at Patch Park in Charlestown to remember 42-year-old Kelly Robarge, who was found in Unity earlier this month after she was reported missing on June 27.

Her estranged husband 43-year-old James Robarge, has since been accused of murdering her. He remains jailed in Vermont on unrelated motor vehicle charges as he fights his extradition to New Hampshire to face the murder charge.

The event, according to reports, was organized by good friend Tracy Williams. It brought together many people who were helped by Robarge.

Russell Sanzo said Robarge helped him out when he became a single father to his teenage daughter.


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