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July 14. 2013 9:23PM

Nashua couple who owned home where bodies found worked together


This is the office of Reginald Danboise, the Nashua dentist identified as the owner of a home in which male and female murder-suicide victims were discovered Saturday. According to city assessor records, Reginald and Mary Danboise own the home. (BILL SMITH/UNION LEADER)

NASHUA — Reginald and Mary Danboise, listed as owners of a home where a man and a woman were found dead Saturday, work together at a Nashua dental practice.

A relative who went to 17 Middle Dunstable Road Saturday to check on the couple that live there found the bodies and called police around 8 a.m., said Jeffery Strelzin, a senior assistant attorney general. The names of the dead pair were not released; Strelzin said further updates are not expected until today.

Nashua Police Lt. Michael Moushegian said in a statement that the couple's deaths appear to be the result of a "murder-suicide."

According to city assessor records, the house is owned by Reginald and Mary Danboise.

Both worked at Smiles of Nashua, on Zero Profile Circle near Amherst Street. Reginald Danboise is listed as a dentist at the company's website, along with A. Gerard Khan, DMD. Mary Danboise is listed as an office administrator.

According to the Smiles of Nashua website, Dr. Danboise has been active in the dental community for over 30 years, and worked in a private practice in Boston for 12 years before opening his practice in Nashua. He was a clinical instructor at Tufts University School of Dentistry in the removable prosthetics department.

According to a profile on the same website, Mary Danboise has been involved in dentistry for over 25 years. She is listed as having worked in many specialty areas, including prosthetics, general and oral surgery.

Calls to Smiles of Nashua, as well as attempts to reach office staff members listed at the website, were unsuccessful Sunday night.

Neighbors living near 17 Middle Dunstable Road would not comment on the police investigation.

pfeely@unionleader.com


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