New Berlin, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Ganesh "Remy" Ramsaran never wanted to believe his wife was dead.
"Yeah there's a possibility that an unidentified body on the side of the road was my wife," Remy Ramsaran said, "I didn't want to believe that, who'd want to believe that."
Thursday, he found out and immediately told his three kids.
"All four of us hugged and we sat there on the bed and we actually hugged, and I told them mommy was in heaven," he said adding, "Mommy is with us at all times. If you want to talk to her, you can talk to her at any point in time. And she'll hear, she'll hear and help us."
Remy Ramsaran struggles with what could have been.
"The what ifs, the thinking back of what I could have done differently, you wind up feeling such guilt," he said, "Or about maybe I'll go with her to the mall, what could I have done different?"
Remy Ramsaran has spoken to media on the guidance from the non-profit group "Lost N Missing."
"Without Lost n Missing, I can tell you I'd be a wreck."
They encouraged him to do interviews in an effort to keep Jennifer's name in the news.
The all-volunteer group specializes in finding missing people.
It managed the publicity campaign for Jennifer Ramsaran, including taking over her Facebook page.
Now that Jennifer's been found, Remy Ramsaran said he's focusing on his son and two daughters.
"Now we just need to stay together like we have been, keep talking to each other, love each other," he said.
The Chenango County Sheriff's Office said Remy Ramsaran has been fully cooperative in the investigation.
Remy Ramsaran admitted to a one-time romantic encounter with his running partner from approximately one year ago.
He said he never told Jennifer about the incident, but he has informed the police on all the details of the relationship.
Funeral arrangements are pending.