John E. Tilson, 61, of Moira, formerl...

John E. Tilson, 61, of Moira, formerly of Constable

There are 6 comments on the Watertown Daily Times story from Jul 21, 2012, titled John E. Tilson, 61, of Moira, formerly of Constable. In it, Watertown Daily Times reports that:

John Erik Tilson, 61, of Moira, formerly of Constable, died Wednesday evening at his home.

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Snoopy Little Neighbor

United States

#1 Jul 23, 2012
He certainly did pass but, it wasn't at his home. Just in time for his wife to marry her boyfriend too... Strange timing indeed.
friend of eric

San Jose, CA

#2 Jul 30, 2012
Yup, strange timing it is. Does anyone else suspect foul play? She is after all, a "nurse" with access to such things as insulin, which can kill a person without leaving a trace in the body.She wanted his house, his inheritance and pension and couldn't get rid of him fast enough. The black widow is a SCUMBAG.
Snoopy Little Neighbor

Saranac Lake, NY

#3 Aug 19, 2012
Eric didn't really have much in the way of material wealth but he was a great man. He was smart and inquisitive and enjoyed sharing his fascination with learning with all those around him. His so called wife had been having affairs on him for years. What kind of woman refuses to bring her husband with her on vacation and runs the streets the way she does? I wouldn't rule out the fact that she could have had something to do with his death but even if she didn't directly, she still killed him. He loved her to death despite her transgressions and was destroyed when she tossed him out! He loved his step-grand daughters and his dog and home and they were all torn from him so that harlot could move on to her next victim. It wasn't too long ago that his step daughter paid Eric a visit at his room. She wasn't very happy when he told her mother that he would have half that house and alimony to boot for her tossing him out like garbage. If there ever was a motive...
Snoopy Little Neighbor

Saranac Lake, NY

#4 Aug 19, 2012
...of course he wasn't the socialite she is, so no real consideration will ever be given to any claim of foul play.

Since: Jun 09

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#5 Sep 15, 2012
Snoopy Little Neighbor wrote:
Eric didn't really have much in the way of material wealth but he was a great man. He was smart and inquisitive and enjoyed sharing his fascination with learning with all those around him. His so called wife had been having affairs on him for years. What kind of woman refuses to bring her husband with her on vacation and runs the streets the way she does? I wouldn't rule out the fact that she could have had something to do with his death but even if she didn't directly, she still killed him. He loved her to death despite her transgressions and was destroyed when she tossed him out! He loved his step-grand daughters and his dog and home and they were all torn from him so that harlot could move on to her next victim. It wasn't too long ago that his step daughter paid Eric a visit at his room. She wasn't very happy when he told her mother that he would have half that house and alimony to boot for her tossing him out like garbage. If there ever was a motive...
You are correct about much of what you say but forget to mention that Eric had affairs as well. What do you suppose broke up his first marriage? He and Pam were having an affair. It seems the only REAL innocent parties were his first wife and Pam's first husband. Did Pam continue to have affairs...probably? But what could he expect? That is how he ended up with her to begin with. They both deserve whatever comes their way. Eric looked to Pam as a meal ticket from the very beginning. He gave her far more respect and credit than she deserves or has earned. She won't change even if she does have a new boyfriend. She will always run. She seems to have a deep seated need to be accepted for more than she is. Center of attention is what she expects to be. Why do you think she is still going to school in her fifties? She'll get a degree just in time to retire. What a joke.

Since: Jun 09

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#6 Sep 15, 2012
friend of eric wrote:
Yup, strange timing it is. Does anyone else suspect foul play? She is after all, a "nurse" with access to such things as insulin, which can kill a person without leaving a trace in the body.She wanted his house, his inheritance and pension and couldn't get rid of him fast enough. The black widow is a SCUMBAG.
Insulin would be detectable.

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