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Luke Scheidt
Chapel Oaks Funeral Home in Hiawatha
Hiawatha , KS

Luke E. Scheidt, 51, of Hiawatha, formerly of Lincoln, NE, died June 16, 2022, from injuries received from a motorcycle accident west of Reserve.

Luke was born August 14, 1970 at Topeka, KS,  the son of Randy and Connie Grant Scheidt and grew up in and around Lincoln, Nebraska.  He graduated from Lincoln High School in 1988.  He worked hard and played hard.  He loved playing football and will still laugh, reminisce, and relive moments from the hay day when he played on Varsity. 

Luke attended some college, he was a ‘jack of all trades’ kind of guy.  He was proud of his Handyman business however small, that he had in Lincoln for a short time.

Luke loved motorcycles and cars.  He sometimes bragged about his crazy stunts, yet would encourage others to be a “Safety Sam.”  He loved fishing and talking about the big one he was going to catch next, and could fish all day and night.

Luke was in a relationship in which his heart still loved and cared about the kids to this day.  Billie, Chris, and Amanda Knickerbacher.

He moved with his wife Julie to Hiawatha and started a quiet less hustle and bustle life.  He encouraged his wife to succeed at her career at the local hospital and would brag to family and friends as positions changed for her.

Preceded in death by grandparents, aunts, and uncles, and a grandchild, Micah King Dieter.

Survivors include his wife Julie (Farber), children Kailey Starlin, Oksanna (Jake) Normandea, James Stewart, Josie Stewart, Steven Dieter, Mother Connie Fager (Glenn), Father Randy Scheidt (Mickey), Sister Tracie Adams, Brother Scott Hurst (Marley), grandchildren Cecelia, Wayne, Everlee, Ellie and Zaiden, niece Maizy, nephews Hayden and Caden.

Special mention to Julie’s mother Judy Farber who he also referred to as MA.

Services: 3 p.m. Thursday, June 23, Chapel Oaks Funeral Home, Hiawatha. Pastor Michael Dunaway will officiate.

Memorial contributions are suggested in his name sent in care of the funeral home, 124 S 7th St., 66434.

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