Lucas Eibel was unique from the start. Born the youngest in a set of quadruplets, his family once said they were trying to figure out how to tell everyone how amazing Lucas was but that task would take 18 years to accomplish.
Lucas was a young man with varying interests and hobbies that assuredly gave him a broad range of talent and knowledge. He was a Future Farmers of America member, volunteer at Wildlife Safari and Saving Grace animal shelter. He was a Ford Family scholarship recipient and was studying chemistry, which speaks to what a curious and intelligent individual he was. He also enjoyed the outdoors with his family. Hiking the North Umpqua trail, building driftwood forts at the Oregon coast, skiing Mt. Bachelor and playing catch and having airsoft battles in the backyard with siblings and friends were all treasured memories Lucas’ family have of their time with him.
Lucas wanted to pursue a degree in Science and was excited and open to whatever possibilities and adventures that would bring his way.