WATERVILLE, MAINE--Scott Dean Grenier, 27, passed away suddenly in a tragic car accident on Monday, June 18, 2012, in Fairfield, Maine. Scott was born on August 1, 1984, in Waterville, Maine the son of Kelly Dean and Gloria Jean (Williamson) Grenier. He grew up in the Winslow and Vassalboro, Maine areas, and graduated from Winslow High School, class of 2002. Scott also attended Thomas College for two years. He played baseball, football, and especially hockey. He focused primarily on hockey during his high school sports career where he was known as “Golden Hands”. His coach, Lee Bureau, said “He can come up to the goalie and find that hole at the last second, you give him the ‘five-hole’ he’ll go there, if you don’t give it to him, he’ll go upstairs, he’s got that instinct”. He also played hockey for Thomas College and was an exceptional forward, but played every position on the ice. He was a HUGE sports fanatic and loved to watch the Dan Patrick Show and hockey on TV, especially the Bruins. Scott loved his family and always spent time with his brothers. He was a homebody and would choose hanging out with his family over anything else. He loved cars and often would spend time with his Dad looking at and working on cars. Scott was an automotive detailer, and also worked for the state of Maine and Winslow Automotive, the family business. Scott attended Calvary Temple where he was involved in the church softball team. He was predeceased by his paternal and maternal great grandparents, Delores and Prosper Grenier, and Clarence and Alice Williamson. He is survived by his parents, Kelly and Gloria Grenier; his brothers and sisters, Devon, Cameron, Jacob, Benjamin, Wyatt, Emma, Alexis, Aimee, and Madison Grenier; his paternal grandparents, Robert and Linda Grenier of Clinton, Maine; his beautiful 20 month old daughter, Alison Grenier of Augusta, Maine; and his special friend, Darcy Hamlin Gurney of Waterville, Maine; as well as many cousins, aunts, uncles, and beloved family members. The funeral will be held at Calvary Temple, 60 West River Rd. Waterville, Maine, at 11 AM on Monday, June 25. There will be light finger foods and a time of greeting with the family immediately following the service at the church.