Image zoom Michael Loccisano/Getty Images In 2008, five years after he had first written to her asking about getting a job at the congressional office where she worked, David McKean and Maeve Kennedy Townsend were leaving Tiffany’s after selecting an engagement ring. But rather than wait for some future proposal, the future Mrs. McKean knew exactly what she wanted — and on her finger went that ring. Get push notifications with news, features and more. + Follow Following You’ll get the latest updates on this topic in your browser notifications. “I said, ‘Maeve! This is the parking lot of the store. This is not what I planned,” David told The New York Times in 2009. “She said, ‘Just propose to me now.’ You can’t argue with that logic, so right there in the parking lot I told her I loved her and I wanted her to marry me.” A decade and three kids later, he was left to reel at her sudden absence: On Thursday afternoon, Maeve, 40, and the 8-year-old son she and David share went missing in a canoeing accident in the Chesapeake Bay, with family at her mom’s waterfront home in Shady Side, Maryland, not far away…. Read full this story
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