The day after Denise A. Bartone, 48, and Kenneth J. Bartone, 53, were found dead - Denise in the family's Koster Drive home, Kenneth floating in the Raritan River several miles north - there remain more questions than answers.

Here's a rundown of what we know - and what we don't.

Authorities have not yet delivered a definitive timeline. The Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office characterized Denise Bartone's death as "suspicious" and conceded that the deaths were possibly a murder-suicide, but did not clarify who the possible murderer was, nor how precisely she was killed.

While Denise Bartone was found killed at the family's two-story home at 123 Koster Drive, in a quiet, tree-lined suburban neighborhood, Kenneth Bartone is believed to have leapt to his own death from the Thomas Edison Memorial Bridge over the Raritan River. A family car was found parked on the bridge Monday morning.

Investigators are still looking into how or if the deaths were linked.

Neighbors said that police were at the home as early as 7:30 a.m., if not earlier.

Denise Bartone was a prominent member of the township's education community, a leader in the Freehold Township Education Foundation and a church volunteer at the Co-Cathedral of Saint Robert Bellarmine. She also worked as a marketing specialist for Rutgers University's Food Innovation Center.

Kenneth Bartone was a scientist for the Morris Plains-based Allied Signal, which later became Honeywell International Inc., according to records.

The Bartones had three daughters, ages 13, 16 and 18. Authorities say they were at the family's home at the time Denise Bartone was killed. They were not harmed and were staying with relatives following the deaths of their parents.