Scott Luebker

Scott Joseph Luebker

April 15, 1982 - October 6, 2020
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Scott Joseph Luebker, 38, of Tulsa, OK. passed away on Tuesday, October 6th 2020 at St. John’s Medical Center. He was born April 15, 1982 in Pine Bluff, Ar. To Joseph A. Luebker, D.V.M. and Carol A. Schwanhausser Luebker of Pine Bluff, AR. Scott attended Pine Bluff schools graduating from Pine Bluff High in 2000. While growing up he was active in Boy Scout Troop 100 and earned the rank of Eagle Scout. He then went on to earn 3 Palms. He attended the University of Arkansas and graduated with an Electrical Engineering degree in 2006.

After graduation he was hired by Baker Hughes and worked at the Claremore plant for thirteen years. He was a Project Engineer with emphasis on operations and technical support of the pumps and drivers. His work took him to Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and Germany. Making Tulsa his new home he joined Christ United Methodist Church participating in a Sunday school class and serving on the finance committee.

On his vacations he would travel the United States visiting the Grand Canyon, Niagra Falls and several presidential homes and museums always with his camera ready for that perfect shot.

He is survived by his parents Dr. Joe and Carol Luebker, and older brother Robert J. Luebker of Marion, AR. and several aunts and uncles and many cousins.

Memorials may be sent to Lakeside United Methodist Church at 1500 Olive Street, Pine Bluff, AR. 71601 or the Scouting program at Christ United Methodist Church on 3515 S. Harvard, Tulsa, OK. 74135. A memorial service will be announced at a later date.
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Chad Kelley

Posted at 08:59pm
Dr. and Mrs. Leubker, I am sorry for the loss of your son. You are all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Joe T Glover

Posted at 08:24am
Dr. Joe and Carol, We were so sorry to learn of the passing of your son. We certainly know the sorrow you feel. Our prayers go with you on this difficult journey. May God and your memories give you comfort in the coming days.
Cathy and Joe Glover

Ann Snuggs

Posted at 11:40am
Deepest sympathy and hugs. Carol, Joe & Rob you will continue to be in my prayers.

Rosemary R. Hughes

Posted at 08:53am
Carol and Dr. Joe, To say that I am sorry is so inadequate. One of the highlights of my years as a school secretary was being asked to write a letter for Scott when he was working on his Eagle Scout Award. The letter was easy to write because he was the perfect example of an Eagle Scout.. May your faith carry you through this terrible loss and I will keep you in my prayers. love to you both. Rosemary Hughes

Joe Clement

Posted at 11:56pm
Carol and Joe - Ginny and I are so sorry for your loss. Joe, my best memory of Scott is when he got the cu scout guys and their dads a private tour one evening of your clinic, looking at X-ray film of dogs who had swallowed gi joe men and similar things. He was a wonderful young man. We will praying for you.

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