Auto Dealer Scott Landers Dies at 35

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Scott Landers, managing partner of the Steve Landers automotive dealerships, died Wednesday. He was 35.

A family spokesperson said Landers died of a heart attack while duck hunting in central Arkansas.

A funeral is scheduled for 11 a.m. Tuesday at Immanuel Baptist Church in Little Rock.

Born and raised in Arkansas, Landers graduated from Pulaski Academy in 2002 and attended Arkansas Tech University.

He worked with his father, Steve Landers, and brother, Steve Landers Jr., in the family auto business for many years before partnering with the Luther Automotive Group of Minneapolis in 2014. The Luther/Landers business has seven dealerships in Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma.

In a statement, the Landers family said they, their associates and employees “greatly appreciate the outpouring of love and prayers.”