Scot B. Corriveau
November 16, 1968 – August 17, 2020
Land O’Lakes, FL – Scot Corriveau, 51, of Land O’Lakes, Florida, passed away unexpectedly on August 17, 2020. Scot was born in Van Buren, Maine, on November 16, 1968. He attended schools in Van Buren and Portland, Maine. His lifelong passions were skydiving and boating. Throughout the past 30 years, he frequented the drop zones in Maine, New York and at Skydive City in Zephyrhills, FL. He recently acquired his ultimate boat, a Grady-White 335. He loved being on the water and taking to the sky with family and friends. He even convinced his mother to partake in a tandem jump on her 50th birthday and was so proud of her for daring to do so. It was a memorable experience for them both. From an early age, Scot had a great affinity for trucks, big machinery and in his words, “pushing dirt” and that is where he found his true calling. From 1989-2004, Scot was employed by H.E. Sargent/Sargent Corp. where he moved up in the ranks to Superintendent and worked on projects from Maine to New York to Maryland. In 2004, he founded his first business, Precision Grading Services LLC in Maryland. He moved with his family to Florida in 2010 where he worked for Blackpoint Management, LLC and Prince Contracting, LLC before again starting his own company, now known as American Site Contracting LLC. He was so proud of the successful and well-respected business it had become and of each of his 43 employees. Without a doubt, the company will continue to thrive under the skilled management of his trusted co-workers and friends Carson Baker, Jennifer Hendricks, Mike Curran and David Montgomery.
Scot is survived by his son, Jack Corriveau of Odessa, FL, who was the pride and joy of his life and whom he absolutely loved from the moment he laid eyes on him. He was thrilled with Jack’s indoor skydiving accomplishments and they shared many wonderful memories at iFly in Tampa. He is also survived by his mother, Maxima André Corriveau of Saco, Maine, his four siblings, Michelle Powell and her husband, Glenn, of Scarborough, Maine; Kerry Sullivan and her husband, Gary, of Ocala, FL; David Corriveau and his wife, Elaine, of Windham, Maine; and Mark Corriveau and his wife, Pauline, of Buxton, Maine. Scot is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews and by longtime friends Mike Palmer, Garth Grant and Kimberlee Fowler. He was predeceased by his father, Leo Corriveau and his sister, Toni Cassidy.
Scot was a generous, loyal, hard-working, fun-loving man who would without hesitation drop everything to help anyone in need. His laugh was infectious, his heart was huge and he will be missed greatly by those who knew and loved him. His family is thankful for the many friendships he developed through his “pushing-dirt” businesses and in the skydiving community. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a ceremony commemorating his life will be held at a later date in Portland, Maine.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Scot B. Corriveau
September 24, 2020
I worked with Scott many years at Sargent corporation. He was hands down the best I've ever seen on heavy equipment. He taught me soooooo much on the bulldozer. I'm definitely gonna miss him and I will never forget him the rest of my life. He was my mentor
September 23, 2020
Max so sorry to hear of the loss oy your son Scott.
Thinking of you at these times &
May he & You find Peace in your heart.
Take Care Love DEL