Corinth mourns shooting death of beloved mother

November 16, 2018 06:40 PM

CORINTH - A team of forensics investigators wearing white hazmat suits were outside 7 Raymond Street Friday afternoon, preparing to scour the scene of a tragedy.

At around 10:30 Thursday night, what happened inside the home had neighbors choking up. Ashley Rosenblock, A 34-year-old wife and mother, was shot and killed.

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"A happy family, a good family you know, I just, my heart, my heart breaks for them you know. They're just good people, good people," said Michael Knapp, who lives across the street.

State Police and the Saratoga County District Attorney aren't saying much, but friends and neighbors say Ashley's husband, Eric Rosenbrock, accidentally shot his wife. It's not clear if he was cleaning his gun.

Jason Proctor, the pastor at the United Methodist Church, where Ashley and Eric met as teens and later married, says the Rosenbrocks had a uniquely wonderful love for each other and their three children.

The pastor at the Methodist Church says Ashley wanted to share her faith with her children, so she recently started teaching the church school program.

Police have been talking to Eric Rosenbrock about what happened, but no one has been charged and the district attorney is not responding to questions.

Eric Rosenbrock is a highly-regarded 7th grade science teacher at Lake George High School. He is said to be heartbroken.

The Rosenbrocks have dealt with more heartbreak than any family should. Five years ago, they lost their 18-month old daughter, Vivienne, to sepsis pneumonia, which inspired her parents to start a series of fundraisers, helping others in her memory.

"It's been too much tragedy for them," said Knapp. "Too much tragedy."


Mark Mulholland

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