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Scott Andrew Libby was born on May 21, 1983 and left us on February 20, 2009 at the age of 25. He was born the son of Harlow J. and Nancy L. (Brooking) Libby Sr. Scott was raised in New Castle and Raymond, Maine.
Scott attended Raymond and Windham schools and was a 2001 graduate of Windham High School. After graduation, Scott attended Bentley College, in Waltham, Mass., graduating from there in 2005 with a degree in Accounting.
From a young child, Scott enjoyed gardening. As a teen, he worked for Murley's Greenhouse in Raymond. It was there that he learned the art of landscaping. He later started his own business, Libby's Landscaping, of Raymond, Maine. In addition to running his own business, he was also employed for H&R Block, in Windham, the Paradise Club in Cambridge, Mass., and he also did private accounting for his clients.
Scott was well known around the local area for donating plants as well as his services to community organizations. He was a member and treasurer of the Farmers Market in Windham as well as a member of the Rainbow Business Professional Association, of Portland. Over the last several years, Scott was instrumental in raising money for the Association's scholarship fund through the sale of his plants. Scott was living his dream.
Tragically, Scott was found dead in his car after it had been hit by a train in Bethel, ME- on February 20th, 2009. First responders found the death to be suspicious and initiated an investigation. Through the investigation and autopsy results, it was discovered that Scott had been killed prior to his body being placed in his car on the train tracks. A former employee of Scott, Agostino Samson, was investigated and determined to be Scott's possible murderer. Samson went on trial in September of 2009 and was found not guilty by a jury of 12 jurors. Scott's murder case is now closed as the state suggests that there is no other person who could have committed the murder other than Samson. They still strongly believe that he is Scott's murderer.
For now, we all will just have to live comfortably knowing that whomever did this to our beloved Scott will have to live with that every day of their life.
Scott Libby will be greatly missed but always alive in our hearts. He was an inspiration to all those that he knew.
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