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    Family members and friends say Virginia and Raymond Hutchins, shown in a family photo from the early 1990s, shortly after they were married, were a fun-loving couple. The Gouldsboro couple died in a murder-suicide on Thanksgiving Day, according to the Maine Department of Public Safety.

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    The home of Virginia and Raymond Hutchins, where the couple were found in an apparent murder-suicide on Thanksgiving day, according to the Maine Department of Public Safety in Gouldsboro.

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    Peninsula School third-grade teacher Susan Tenan worked with Virginia Hutchins while she was an education technician in Gouldsboro.

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    Lobsterman Lawrence Cowperthwaite, who was friends with Raymond Hutchins, at the Pickled Wrinkle, which was originally called the "Cat's Paw" and owned by Hutchins.

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    The waterfront in Gouldsboro, the town in which Virginia and Raymond Hutchins were found on Thanksgiving morning in an apparent murder-suicide.

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    Peninsula School education technician Rosalie Mitchell worked with Virginia Hutchins at the school, and carpooled with her after Hutchins became unable to drive herself to work because of health problems.

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    Bartender and cook Deb VanLieu at the Pickled Wrinkle, which was originally called the "Cat's Paw," and owned by Raymond Hutchins.

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