Luke Warrick Texas Tech Death: He was conceived on August 8, 2000 in San Antonio, TX, to Stevens and Clara Warrick. In San Antonio he went to preschool at First Presbyterian Church and The Acorn School. At the point when the family moved to Tulsa, OK in 2006, he turned into a “Lifer” at Metro Christian Academy graduating in 2019 in the wake of beginning in kindergarten.
Luke put resources into individual connections in various manners. He served on mission trips with his childhood gathering and in different limits at Kirk Crossing with youngsters/youth services, where his uncommon happiness was interfacing with children, all things considered.
Luke played baseball from ages 4 to 18. His colleagues and their folks turned into his games family, starting with the OK Bulls, to the OK Kaos to Metro Christian’s State Baseball Championship group in 2017.
Luke was a savagely steadfast companion to numerous with his awareness of what’s actually funny, his ridiculous way, and his capacity to copy anybody with a comedic impression fit for the stage. He generally finished his discussions with “adoration you”.
Luke was gone before in death by his grandparents, Frances and J.E. Warrick, Jr., Henry and Jimmie Adams; and his uncle, Lewis Adams. He is made due by his folks, Clara and Stevens Warrick and younger sibling, Maggie; godparents, Holly and David Youngquist and Laura Moreno; “received” Tulsa grandparents, Sara and Ron Pederson; aunties and uncles, Debra Adams, Robert and Maggie Adams, Ellen and Michael Meadows; and various cousins.
Luke was a sophomore at Texas Tech University. The family wishes to thank the Red Raider Nation for their adoration and backing, particularly from his scholastic counselor, Adrienne Carnes.