Monday, February 15, 2010

R.I.P. Hunter Resch ~ The "Mayor of Paddy Hill"




Friends may call Tues, 2-6 PM at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, Greece Chapel, 1075 Long Pond Rd. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated, Wed, 9:30 AM at St. Charles Borromeo Church, 3003 Dewey Ave. Entombment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery will follow. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Cub Scout Pack 14, or to a foundation that will be formed in Hunter's memory. (From D&C)


In response to the homicide-suicide, members of the Greece Central School District’s Trauma, Injury, and Grief Team have planned an adults-only meeting for 9 AM Mon. in the Paddy Hill Elementary School cafeteria. Counselors will work with parents and teachers on how to talk with children after an event such as this.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

What words can be used to express the sorrow of this mindless act? To see this little boy's picture and the life taken brings me to tears.

Sincerely

Doug Skeet

SCATS said...

BLOG Admin. is not publishing a very angry (understandably) comment about Hunter's dad. It serves no constructive purpose that I can think of.

Anonymous said...

Scats - I feel I need to comment on this story - it is truly very sad and my heart does go out to his mother. However NO ONE has mentioned Mark's (the father) mother) - as I am older with children his age I can not imagine how she must feel. She lost not one but two - her son and grandson.

SCATS said...

To 6:33PM ~~ Both family's lost so much. I was glad to hear that they are talking and have each other.

On a different note, I was shocked to see Auberger attented Hunter's funeral. Doesn't he have work at Town Hall to keep him busy?

Anonymous said...

Im a 26 year old father of two it breaks my heart every time i hear this story. The whole town feels the effects and pain this act has caused. I hope the mother knows we all think of her too. Also not to be forgot the officers that had to make entry to the house they saw the worst of what happened.

Anonymous said...

Scats: And if Auberger hadn't attended, I'm certain there would have been a criticism of that. Does anyone in the public eye EVER do anything right in your eyes?

SCATS said...

To 2:32PM ~~ Had he not gone, you would have been "certain"ly wrong! Did you see him on TV? He was right there in the middle of everything (had to back out of the way so the pall bearers could unload the body even) like the busy-body he is. This was not the time for him to be making it a political moment, or to be pumping the flesh. If he ever showed during something like that for my family, I'd tell him he's got two minutes to get out before police are called.

Anonymous said...

No, I didn't watch what should be a private moment of mourning for a family on the TV. Let me ask you, was Mr. Achramovitch there? I believe he should have been -- it's one of his students, after all.

SCATS said...

To 10:39AM ~~ The funeral was NOT televised! There was a clip on the news of the casket being carried from the hearse. I agree that the Supt. should have been there. I don't know if he was or not. Auberger had no business attending, in my opinion.

Anonymous said...

That's what I meant, Scats -- news coverage at the funeral. I guess I wish the media would put things in their proper perspective (would they want a camera presence during a terribly heart wrenching time?). I know, I know - it's news. But at some point I wish compassion and common sense set in.

SCATS said...

To 12:58PM ~~ At least they stayed outside the church.