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Canada Flag PhOtOs-Canadian Teacher/Mum of 2 Found Buried in Makeshift Grave

Professor and Mother of Two, 36, Found Dead in Makeshift Grave One Week After She Went Missing While Out Jogging With Her Dog During Family Vacation in Grenada

  • Linnea Veinotte, 36, of Glen Haven, Nova Scotia went missing December 6 while on vacation with her family in the Caribbean island of Grenada
  • Her body was discovered in a makeshift grave on the south end of the island Friday after a week-long search
  • Nearby residents recall hearing screeching tires and a loud thump, finding the family dog injured and blood at the scene, but no sign of Ms. Veinotte
  • Shortly after midnight on Friday, 26-year-old Akim Frank turned himself in to police and he was charged in her death early Monday
  • Ms. Veinotte's actual cause of death is expected to be revealed on Monday and police are still not certain if this was a crime or an accident
  • She had accepted a temporary teaching post at St. George's University on the island as she and her family loved the island's 'wonderful people'
  • Nico, the family dog, is expected to make a full recovery from his injuries
Daily Mail UK, 14 December 2015




The body of a young mother who went missing while out for a run with her dog during a family vacation has been discovered after a week-long search..
Linnea Veinotte ( right with husband Matt and two sons Isaac and Lucas), 36, of Glen Haven, Nova Scotia was visiting the Caribbean island nation of Grenada with her husband Matt and their two young sons, aged 5 and 6 (left with their mother in Grenada), when she left on the morning of December 6 for a jog.

The family dog Nico was discovered soon after badly injured on the side of the road just outside the capital city of St. George, but Ms. Veinotte was nowhere to be found.
Then, on Friday, her decomposed body was finally uncovered in a makeshift grave on the south end of the tropical paradise.

Shortly after midnight on Friday, 26-year-old Akim Frank (inset) turned himself in to police and has been charged with non-capital murder.






Her body was discovered in a makeshift grave on the south end of the island Friday after a week-long search


Shortly after midnight on Friday, 26-year-old Akim Frank turned himself in to police. He was formally charged in the death of Ms. Veinotte early Monday.The charge is non-capital murder, which implies he did not intentionally kill Ms. Veinotte.


Nearby residents say that shortly before they found Nico, they heard the sound of screeching tires and then a loud thump. They also recalled seeing a dark-colored SUV, which police believe was being drive by Frank.

Once police arrived on the scene they discovered the injured dog, a black bandanna, sunglasses, broken glass and blood - but no sign of Ms. Veinotte.





Suspect: Shortly after midnight on Friday, 26-year-old Akim Frank (above) turned himself into police


Since then authorities, residents and Veinotte's family had been conducting an island-wide search for the popular professor, which ended tragically with the discovery of her body Friday.

Her husband - who was her high school sweetheart - thanked all those who helped with the search in an emotional Facebook message on Saturday.

‘Thank you’ isn’t enough… and when I have time to reflect, I hope to be able to say thank you in a way that truly reflects how thankful I am to everyone over the past six days,' wrote Mr. Veinotte.
He then said of his losing his wife;

'It does not seem real; I am waiting and hoping that I’ll wake up from this 5 days of agony. I’m hurt… lost… angry… empty… and lonely.
'It was my job to keep our family safe… and I failed! Now I have to look into the eyes of everyone that knows Linnea, especially our two little boys and find a way keep them safe, to give them love, and provide in a way that only she could do.

'Linnea…. Lucas and Isaac are very fortunate… They get to call you “Mommy”! Yet now, at their young ages, they will not get the full benefit of a lifetime with their mommy. The love you have for Lucas and Isaac will never fade. It’s my promise to you - and it’s my commitment to them.'





Gone too soon: Ms. Veinotte (above with her sons in Grenada) disappeared on December 6 and her cause of death is expected to be revealed on Monday. Police are still not certain if this was a crime or an accident


Ms. Veinotte's cause of death is expected to be revealed on Monday afternoon following an autopsy.
Nico is expected to make a full recovery from his injuries.

Ms. Veinotte, the daughter of a Lutheran pastor, grew up in New Brunswick and attended Acadia College before going on to do her doctoral work in biogenetics at the University of British Columbia and then post-doctoral work in microbiology at Dalhousie University.

She had accepted a contract teaching post at St. George’s University on the island as a learning specialist, and her husband said that the family had been drawn to visit because of the 'wonderful people,' splitting their time between the tropical paradise and their home in Nova Scotia.

Ms. Veinotte's body was discovered just two days after US aid worker Sondra Lynn Elizondo was found stabbed to death in her Costa Rica hotel room.


'Linnea has had such an amazing impact on the lives of so many people. She touched people in everything she did. Her love for the world was contagious,' said Mr. Veinotte.
'She truly made this world a better place…. And without her in it, it won’t be the same…not for her friends, not for her family and especially not for Lucas, Isaac and me!'


Quote:
MATT VEINOTTE'S LETTER FOLLOWING THE DISCOVERY OF HIS WIFE'S BODY

'Thank you’ isn’t enough… and when I have time to reflect, I hope to be able to say thank you in a way that truly reflects how thankful I am to everyone over the past six days.

'To the RPGF and Assistant Deputy Commissionaire Modeste, the staff at SGU and Steven Babiak, and the hundreds, if not thousands, of volunteers who were out looking for my wife; I thank you for everything you did to bring Linnea home!

'To Russ Jarman Price and his wife Kitty (people I barely know), words cannot describe how thankful I am. You both remind me so much of Linnea. In my time of need, you drop everything and devote yourself to finding my wife. The Facebook page, the press releases and most important, your support is astounding. It is people like you that give me hope knowing that the world is full of great people like Linnea!

'To Sara, Patrick and Heather, Debbie and Numa, John and Jan, Anya and Mark, Jim and Souad; friends have always been the most important part of our decision to live in Grenada! As painful as it is right now, Grenada is in the opinion of Linnea and I, the best place in the world to live and raise a young family. Thank you for everything you have done to add to our lives here in this truly special place.

'To Robbie and Kathy; I don’t know what I would have done if I didn’t have you. Friends should never have to do what you have done for me over the past week…. I appreciate more than anything your honesty, your willingness to always help my family and the unconditional love you have for us. Like it or not, you are our Grenadian Family and I love you!

'To my family, I am sorry…
'It does not seem real; I am waiting and hoping that I’ll wake up from this 5 days of agony. I’m hurt… lost… angry… empty… and lonely.
'It was my job to keep our family safe… and I failed! Now I have to look into the eyes of everyone that knows Linnea, especially our two little boys and find a way keep them safe, to give them love, and provide in a way that only she could do.

'Linnea….
Lucas and Isaac are very fortunate… They get to call you “Mommy”! Yet now, at their young ages, they will not get the full benefit of a lifetime with their mommy. The love you have for Lucas and Isaac will never fade. It’s my promise to you - and it’s my commitment to them. It is extremely painful right now because every time I look at them, I see you. Your beautiful smile, the sparkle in your eyes, the kindness in your heart, the gentleness of your touch and the confidence in everything you do. I just want a kiss… to hold you and the boys… to tell you that everything is going to be alright… but I don’t know how.

'Linnea has had such an amazing impact on the lives of so many people. She touched people in everything she did. Her love for the world was contagious. She truly made this world a better place…. And without her in it, it won’t be the same…not for her friends, not for her family and especially not for Lucas, Isaac and me!

'Linnea always said how lucky she was to be surrounded by great people. Her colleagues, her students and most of all her friends, made her who she is! A select few have helped define who she became… her New Denmark friends, her Lunenburg High School friends, her Acadia friends (especially the 4B girls), her UBC friends, her Dalhousie friends and most recently, our family at SGU… I owe you everything as each of you has helped to mold Linnea into the person she is… the person that I love more than life itself.

I have had the honour over the last 21 years to call Linnea my girlfriend, my fiancé, my wife, the mother of my children and best of all, my best friend. I am forever grateful to every one of you for touching our lives, especially Linnea’s! Linnea would often say, “’Tis better to have loved and lost / Than never to have loved at all”- Alfred, Lord Tennyson.

'The support throughout this difficult time has been incredible! On behalf of our family, thank you!

'It is my hope that everyone that reads this and knows of Linn’s love for the world, will share their memories, their stories, their pictures of the time they spent with Linnea.

The most important thing to me right now are Lucas and Isaac. In the coming days, months and years, I hope to be able to use this page to remind both of my boys how amazing their mother was and how much she loved the world and everyone in it… especially them!

'Goodnight Sweetheart, Sweet Dreams, Love You and Remember…'

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