Sunapee high school principal’s daughter killed by falling tree

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The Sunapee School District has identified the woman who died when a falling tree hit her SUV during Wednesday’s storms. is the daughter of Sunapee Middle/High School Principal Sean Moynihan, according to Superintendent Russell Holden. “It is with great regret that we inform you of a recent loss to our school community. Last night, Sean and Amy Moynihan’s daughter Mary tragically lost her life,” Holden wrote in a letter to parents. A recent graduate of the University of New Hampshire’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, Mary Moynihan was just returning from work at Fidelity Investments when she was beaten and killed. “It’s a very, very small, tight-knit community,” says Sunapee resident Michael Grimes. “.A lot of people know each other around here.” Holden said the school’s crisis intervention team can help students who need or want help coping with the loss. “We are saddened by the loss to our school community and will do everything we can to help you and your child as you need,” Holden wrote. The intersection was closed for several hours, but the roads were reopened early Thursday morning.

The Sunapee School District has identified the woman who was killed when a falling tree hit her SUV during Wednesday’s storms.

Mary Moynihan, 22, died when her Toyota Rav4 was hit by the tree on Route 11 near Trow Hill Road around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.

According to Superintendent Russell Holden, Moynihan is the daughter of Sunapee Middle/High School Principal Sean Moynihan.

“It is with great regret that we inform you of a recent loss to our school community. Last night, Sean and Amy Moynihan’s daughter, Mary, tragically lost her life,” Holden wrote in a letter to parents.

A recent graduate of the University of New Hampshire’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, Mary Moynihan was just returning from work at Fidelity Investments when she was beaten and killed.

“It’s a very, very small, tight-knit community,” says Sunapee resident Michael Grimes. “.Lots of people know each other around here.”

Holden said the school’s crisis intervention team can help students who need or want help coping with the loss.

“We are saddened by the loss to our school community and will do everything we can to help you and your child where needed,” Holden wrote.

The intersection was closed for hours, but the roads were reopened early Thursday morning.

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