#MaPoli “Scott has a heart of gold and always a great sense of humor,” Levesque said. “I’m going to miss Scott so much, I really thought he was going to pull through. Scott is strong and always had so much confidence. He is going to be missed by many.” EnterpriseNews.com -Taunton man’s life cut short doing what he loved – riding motorcycle
#Embargo#WhoGotShot #RAYNHAM – Scott Stevens Jr. was doing two things he truly loved on Sunday evening – riding his motorcycle and spending time with his father.
But his life was put in jeopardy when he and his father, Scott Stevens Sr., were shot while riding separate motorcycles in #Dorchester on Route 93 south near the exit for Neponset Circle, which leads to Quincy.
The 32-year-old East #Taunton man, who was shot in the face, died on Tuesday evening at Boston Medical Center. His father, who was hit in the chest, is expected to survive. “When these things happen, people always say that the victim didn’t deserve it or was a great person, but Scotty truly was a great dude,” Joshua Spano, a friend of both men, told The Enterprise. “Neither he nor his awesome dad or the family deserved or should have had to endure something so terrible like this. The world lost a genuine great individual for no reason.” The father and son were members of the Millwrights Local 1121 union, a part of the Eastern Millwright Regional Council, and worked for Avon-based IPC Lydon. Scott Stevens Jr. was a foreman and superintendent at the company, which installs and maintains industrial machinery.