Scott Richard Libak

Scott Libak

Scott Richard Libak, Age 62, of Redmond Washington, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family on January 5th, 2019, after a courageous battle with cancer.
Scott was born in Ballard Hospital on March 10, 1956 to Marvin (deceased) and Elsa Libak. He grew up in Bothell and graduated from Bothell High School. Scott started a career at UPS where he stayed for 28 years until he retired in 2014.
Scott was an avid Mariner baseball and Seahawk football fan. He also enjoyed darts, bowling, crossword puzzles and watching golf. Scott was very proud to be a volunteer for the local VFW post in Redmond, WA. He truly enjoyed the work he did for them and the people he worked with.
Scott was married to Shari K. Langrehr on March 12th, 2006.
He is survived by his wife Shari, and her two children, Jessamynn and Joshua Miller as well as her 6 grandchildren.
Additional survivors were his mother, Elsa, sisters Sue and Colleen (husband Philip), brothers Randy (wife Ardis), Monte and Mark and numerous nieces and nephews.
A celebration of life will be held on Friday, January 18, 2019 from 4-6 p.m. at Barton Family Funeral Home, 11630 Slater Avenue NE, Suite 1A, Kirkland, WA 98034.

4 Responses to “Scott Richard Libak”

  • Tanya White says:

    Scottie was such a sweet and gentle man ! I am so sorry he is no longer with us ! I know he was truly in love with my sister, Shari.! I could just see it in his eyes ! It just breaks my heart that he had to go through so much ! His love for life kept him hanging on to every second and wanting to make sure he was with Shari as much as he could ! Me and Sandy will truly miss Scottie ! We loved him so much ! It just breaks my heart he will no longer be with us

  • Sandy White says:

    Scott was a wonderful brother-in-law. In law doesn’t do justice to the contribution he made to our family.
    He and Shari seemed to be the most in love two people I know.
    I will miss his wit, humor, laugh and intelligence.
    My prayers are with my extended family.
    Tanya and I wish we could be there for you.
    You will have all the thoughts and happiness we can send.
    Peace and comfort,
    Love… your brother Sandy

  • Brenda and Jonathon Jones says:

    Scotty was such a kind person to meet. The times we were fortunate to be able to talk with Scotty on the visits with his wife Shari to Wichita, he was always smiling and happy. Our prayers go to Shari and Scotty’s family during this time of remembering such a wonderful person.

  • Brenda and Jonathon Jones says:

    Our memories of Scotty is of kindness and his amazing smile! We are fortunate to be able to meet Scotty when he came to Wichita with his wife Shari. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Shari and Scotty’s family and friends.

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