Scott Lautenbaugh Omaha, NE former State Senator and Douglas County Election Commissioner has died

Scott Lautenbaugh Omaha, NE former State Senator and Douglas County Election Commissioner has died

Scott Lautenbaugh Death: Nebraska communities are mourning the tragic death of a former senator and Attorney who passed away Saturday morning. Former State Senator and Douglas County Election Commissioner Scott Lautenbaugh died early Saturday, Dec. 16, 2023, from a sudden medical emergency. Director of Governmental Affairs at Conklin Company Rod Edwards announced the tragic news on his official Facebook page.

“We lost a good friend early this morning. Scott Lautenbaugh touched a lot of lives and made friends everywhere. He would help anyone and always could cut through B.S. with an incredible sense of humor. He was one of a kind and he is already missed. Prayers to his family, closest friends, and Laura. ”

Scott was the former State Senator and Douglas County Election Commissioner. According to his community, Lautenbaugh was a larger-than-life figure, both during his time in the Legislature and as a friend and mentor. Before delving into politics, Scoot was an Attorney at The Law Offices of Scott Lautenbaugh. He graduated from Creighton University and Omaha South High School.

Scott was born in Sioux City, Iowa, on November 11, 1964, and he earned his diploma from South High School in Omaha in 1983. He graduated from Creighton University with a B.A. in 1987 and a J.D. in 1991. He was a father of two kids and was divorced. Lautenbaugh was the Douglas County Election Commissioner from 2000 to 2003.

After years of dispute, the Nebraska Supreme Court affirmed the redistricting he carried out while holding that office, which involved redrawing the boundaries of the Omaha City Council. Additionally, he passed a proposal for the Omaha Public Schools’ school board redistricting, which the Nebraska Supreme Court only slightly altered.

He was taken into custody for a DUI in the Omaha area of 147th and Maple Streets in February 2013. With a blood alcohol content of.234, he was over three times over the permitted limit in Nebraska. He was given a sentence of two days in jail, one year of probation, and a $500 fine in June 2013.

Scott Lautenbaugh Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family

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