Obituary of Frank Corriveau
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Frank, a beloved father, grandfather, brother, and uncle, who departed this world on Monday, January 1, 2024. Frank, born January 28, 1939, was a man of unwavering passion and a zest for life that touched the hearts of all who knew him.
Frank found solace and joy in the simple pleasures of life, particularly in the quiet beauty of nature. His eyes would light up with delight when he was out in the fields, picking blueberries—a cherished pastime that brought him a sense of peace and connection to the land. The gentle rustling of leaves and the sweet aroma of blueberries will forever be associated with the memory of this remarkable man.
Frank's love for the mechanical world was equally profound. A true craftsman at heart, he reveled in the challenge of fixing and tinkering with anything mechanical. His skillful hands brought life back to broken objects, and his ingenuity knew no bounds. Friends and family often sought his expertise, knowing that he could bring a touch of magic to anything that needed repair.
Frank is survived by his devoted son, Paul Corriveau (Monica), who shares his father's love for blueberry fields and nature. Paul will carry on his father's legacy, passing down the wisdom and values that Frank instilled in him. Frank's adoration also extended to his beloved grandson, Nikolas, who will forever treasure the memories of time spent with his grandfather.
Frank's departure leaves a void in the hearts of his many sisters, brothers, nieces, and nephews, who will remember him not only for his skills and passions but also for the warmth and kindness he showered upon each of them. His legacy will live on in the stories shared and the memories etched in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to know him.
Frank is at peace in heaven surrounded by the blueberry fields he loved and the hum of the mechanical wonders that brought him joy.