York Harbor, Maine- Scott D. Fiorentino, 54, of 7 Harmon Park, passed away on Monday, September 28th, 2020. He was born on October 1st, 1965 in Milton, MA a son of Genaro and Kathryn (Skrotsky) Fiorentino.
Scott went to the New Hampshire Technical Institute to gain his associate degree in Architectural Engineering and relished the beginning of relationships that would last a lifetime. Not only was he blessed to have met Ann, who would become his wife of 31 years, but he also enjoyed the start of decades-long friendships filled with joy and laughter.
Scott gained his Bachelor of Architecture in 1994 from the Boston Architectural College. He would then go on to establish his own firm, the Fiorentino Group, in 2003. He continued his education in architecture and development at the Harvard Graduate School of Design in 2016. Scott’s greatest passion was architecture and he valued the opportunity to create beautiful seaside residences for his clients, many of which would become dear friends. It was through the homes he designed that he was able to share his creativity and meet many colleagues and mentors who inspired him every day. Scott’s legacy will live on in his homes.
Despite the fervor in which he ran his company, Scott filled his free time engaging in many activities that brought him joy. His ardor for politics and volunteering led him to join the York Board of Selectman and participate in the York Rotary, both of which allowed him to give back to the community he so loved. He enjoyed the beauty of New England through golf, hiking, and long walks with his wife and daughters.
Most importantly, Scott had a vibrant spirit which touched the lives of so many around him. He was a wonderful father, loving husband, and devoted friend. He was always dancing, making jokes, and finding moments of joy even through his battle with cancer. Scott had a gift of bringing a smile to the face of those he spent time with, even if only in brief conversation. His sentiment toward life may be found in the words of his greatest mentor Frank Lloyd Wright, “the longer I live, the more beautiful life becomes.” Although the span of his life was cut short, the years he had were indeed beautiful.
Besides his parents he leaves his wife Ann (Morneau) Fiorentino; 2 daughters Elizabeth Fiorentino of Boston, MA and Amanda Fiorentino of Boston, MA; 3 brothers Mark Fiorentino, Peter Fiorentino and his fiancé Monique Tremblay, Christopher Fiorentino and his wife Candice, and sister Laura Gagne and husband Thomas.
Calling hours for family and friends will be held from 10am to 1pm on Saturday, October 3rd in the Lucas and Eaton Funeral Home, 91 Long Sands Rd., York, ME. Funeral services will be private.
Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Visit www.lucaseatonfuneralhome.com
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