Man who died after being assaulted at Conway Valley Inn was part of inn's ownership
CONWAY - The man who died two days after being assaulted at the Conway Valley Inn was an executive with the local company that owns the facility, state and local records show.
The Union-Leader reported David "Bruce” Goodwin, 64, of Conway, was the president, treasurer and chairman of the board of directors of RBPD, Inc., which owns the Conway Valley Inn.
RBPD bought the inn in 2006 and it is currently for sale for $595,000
Investigators, led by Assistant Attorney General Jay McCormack, have been very tight-lipped about the circumstances of Goodwin’s death.
The May 15 assault, which was investigated by the State Police Major Crime Unit and entailed the removal of two cars from the inn, was not confirmed until May 16. It took another day before Goodwin was identified as the victim.
On Monday, the Attorney General’s Office said that Goodwin died late in the day on May 17 and that an autopsy was subsequently performed by a medical examiner in Maine who ruled that the cause of death was homicide.