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Life story
May 21, 1983
Scott's love of gardening began pretty much from birth thanks to his mom Nancy's love of gardening. Scott can be seen in pictures, sitting in his mom's garden.
May 21, 1983
Born on May 21, 1983.
September 1988
Started school in Raymond, ME
As a teen, Scott started working at the Murley's greenhouse. This is where his love for gardening grew...
Worked at MBNA
June 10, 2001
Graduated from Windham High School
September 2001
Went off to Bentley College to study Accounting

Started working at Paradise Club

Began accounting work for private customers through his own company, Libby Consulting

Started at H&R Block

May 2005
Graduated from Bentley College

Libby's Landscaping took off, Scott's very own landscaping business. To see the business website, follow this link:

February 20, 2009

Passed away on February 20, 2009. Scott A. Libby was found dead in Bethel, ME. More information can be found on these websites:,-70.839468&spn=0.005242,0.013905&t=h&z=17


February 28, 2009
Memorial held to celebrate the life of Scott A. Libby
March 4, 2009

Agostino "AJ" Samson is arrested for the murder of Scott A. Libby. More information can be found on these websites:

April 17, 2009

Agostino "AJ" Samson is indicted by a grand jury for the murder of Scott A. Libby. More information can be found at:

May 15, 2009

Agostino "AJ" Samson is arraigned for the murder of Scott A. Libby. Samson pleads "not guilty" to the murder.

June 20, 2009
Scott's friends plant a garden at Windham High School in his memory.
September 11, 2009
Jury selection begins for the trial in the murder of Scott.
September 15, 2009

The trial in the murder of Scott begins.

September 22, 2009

Augustino Samson is found not guilty by a jury of 12 members.

September 24, 2009

Scott's murder case has been closed as the prosecutor in the case states that it would be "fruitless" to re-open the case after Samson's "not guilty" verdict.

"There was no information developed during the investigation that would suggest that anyone other than Agostino Samson killed Scott Libby, and my office and the state police still strongly believe that he's guilty of murder," Benson said.

October 30, 2009
Scott is laid to rest beside his father in Cambridge, ME. Rest in Peace dear friend.