In Memory Of

Robert Corriveau

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04/13/12 08:16 AM #1    

Bill Snee (1971)


Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) - Saturday, April 14, 2001

Robert Paul Corriveau of Auburn died Wednesday at Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester.

Born in Manchester, N.H., he graduated from the University of New Hampshire at Plymouth and earned a master's degree from Syracuse University's Maxwell School. He also received fellowships and grants at several universities. He taught 34 years in the Auburn school district, where he was an adviser for student government, Model U.N. and several junior and senior classes. He received the Outstanding Young Educator Award from the Auburn Jaycees. He was a communicant of Sacred Heart Church and a fourth-degree member of Auburn Knights of Columbus.

Survivors: His wife of 39 years, the former Dawn Thurston; a son, Kip; two daughters, Kim Corriveau and Kasey Weidenkopf; a sister, Lorraine Plourde; two brothers, Roger and Richard; three grandchildren.

Services: 10 a.m. Monday in St. Mary's Church, Clark Street, Auburn. Burial, St. Joseph's Cemetery. Calling hours, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Farrell's Funeral Service, 84 South St., Auburn.

Contributions: Robert Corriveau Memorial Scholarship Fund, in care of HSBC Bank, 63 Genesee St., Auburn 13021.

05/18/16 08:43 AM #2    

Kevin C Delahanty (1972)

Mr. Corriveau was another of those teachers who come into your life &, for some reason, your life is changed for the better. What I remember most about him was that he did not spoon feed you the subject material. He made you think, use reason, & then expound on what you learned. In other words, he caused you to think for yourself.

Thank you, Mr. Corriveau, for what you taught me. I shall forever be in your debt. 

01/27/20 04:11 PM #3    

Monica Hoey D'Alberto (Crawford) (1972)

What I remember about him most is making a fist on hitting you on your head!

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