Photo of a 42 year old woman sitting in a chair on an outdoor patio drawing pictures on a free-standing chalkboard.
Megan Marohn; photo courtesy findmeghanmarohn.com

Civilian locates remains presumed to be those of Meghan Marohn




Megan Marohn; photo courtesy findmeghanmarohn.com

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LEE, Mass. — Investigators recovered human remains presumed to be of 42-year-old Meghan Marohn, who was reported missing on March 29.

On Thursday evening, a civilian discovered the remains in a heavily wooded area near Fox Drive in Lee. Lee Police, the Berkshire State Police Detective Unit Assigned to the Berkshire District Attorney’s Office, the Berkshire District Attorney’s Office, Massachusetts State Police Special Emergency Response Team, and the Massachusetts State Police Crime Scene Services responded to the scene. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner took custody of the remains to make a positive identification.

Investigators are still actively canvassing the area, and the evidence collected thus far indicates a high likelihood that the remains are that of Marohn.

Marohn’s family reported her missing on March 29, and Lee Police located her vehicle unattended at Longcope Park that same day. Since then, Lee Police, Lee Fire, the Massachusetts State Police Lee Barracks, Massachusetts State Police K9 and Airwing, Massachusetts State Police Special Emergency Response Team, Berkshire County Sheriff’s Office, Albany County Sheriff’s Department, and the Berkshire Mountain Search and Rescue Team coordinated continuous searches for Marohn.

Lee Police, the Berkshire State Police Detective Unit assigned to the Berkshire District Attorney’s Office, and Bethlehem, N.Y. Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding Ms. Marohn’s disappearance. That investigation remains ongoing.


About Meghan Marohn

from findmeghanmarohn.com

Meghan was born to parents Bill and Ellen Marohn and raised in Delmar, NY.  Meghan has 3 older brothers- Peter, Bill and Michael and an older sister, Amy.  

Meghan attended high school at Academy of the Holy Names.  Meghan went on to earn her B.A. from Russell Sage College and her M.A. from Farleigh Dickinson University

Meghan became a high school English teacher at Chatham High School in Chatham, NJ and taught there for 13 years.  For the past 3 years, Meghan has been a high school English teacher at Shaker High School in Latham, NY.  

Meghan is an avid poet and also started the Troy Poem Project.  Meghan is a climate activist and volunteers for Democracy Now! and the Sanctuary for Independent Media.

Please take a moment to watch some of Meghan’s videos:

https://video.wgcu.org/video/interview-meghan-marohn-poems-vwgiod/

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