Nathan Allen Corriveau, 43 of Vernon, passed away early morning on Tuesday, September 21, 2021. He was born on August 10, 1978 in Bristol, the son of Sandra Willett Corriveau and the late Albert Joseph Corriveau.
Nathan Loved sports, music, and most of all he loved his family. He was always ready to put a smile on everyone’s face. “Yeah Buddy” was one of his favorite well-known remarks he loved to say in times of happiness. His desire was to make a difference and to help those who struggled with illnesses, be it physical or emotional. He took pride in every sports team he ever played on and was a die-hard fan for his favorite teams. Before he passed he even got to fulfill one of his lifelong dreams of playing on a baseball team with his son, Tyler.
“Whenever you may be scared, raise your hand to your heart and always remember I'm here with you. Whenever you feel weighed down, I'll be with my family and friends.” These are some of Nathan’s heartwarming, comforting words, which are being shared and passed on to his dear friends and family.
For every little accomplishment his children, fiancée, brother, sister, and nieces made, he talked about and wore like they were the medal of honor. He was also always there for his mom, brother, sister, and fiancée no matter the time or day as they were there for him.
As a tribute to Nathan, the family invites his friends to wear sports attire during the calling hours. Due to the fact he was a die-hard sports fan; if he knew his service looked more like a stadium than a funeral he would smile ear to ear.
Besides his mom, Sandra Corriveau, Nathan is survived by his son, Tyler Corriveau of Plainville; daughter Victoria Corriveau of Plainville; fiancée Kimberly Blawie of Vernon; sister Amie Corriveau of Bristol; Brother Kevin Corriveau of Waterbury; nieces Alexis Corriveau and Arhianna Ross of Bristol; Aunts, uncles and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Also two dogs Roxy and Taz.
Calling hours will be held at O’Brien Funeral Home, 24 Lincoln Avenue, Bristol on Monday, September 27, 2021 from 5PM until 8PM.
Whether you know his family, met him once, were a family member or an acquaintance you are welcome to come because as we all know, Nathan was a free spirit willing to talk the ear off anyone he would meet.
The family has asked, everyone who comes to the calling hours, wear a mask out of consideration for them and others.
Click here to view a webcast of the service on 9/27/2021 at 05:00 PM, Eastern Standard Time.
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