December 26, 1938 ~ August 8, 2019

Born in: Pueblo, CO
Resided in: Englewood, CO

William (Bill) Kindt Soldan of Colorado passed away on August 8th surrounded by his family.

He was born to Mae and Kindt Soldan on December 26, 1938 in Pueblo Colorado.  After graduating from Centennial High School in Pueblo and attending Pueblo Junior College and the University of Arizona, Bill moved to Denver in 1959.  He then began what became a long and successful career in banking.  Eventually earning a master’s degree from Stanford University, he went on to become President of United Bank of Arapahoe.  Bill was an enthusiastic supporter of the South Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, ultimately serving as their Chairman.  New opportunities took the family back to Pueblo from 1994 – 2005, at which time they returned to Denver where Bill retired in 2006.

Bill was a devoted member of many social and charitable associations including Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, the Shriners of Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Adoption Exchange.

The family wishes to thank Marjy Well and Afi Attiogbey for their thoughtful and loving care of Bill over the last several years.

Bill was preceded in death by his parents Mae and Kindt Soldan, and former spouses Pearl Berckefeldt and Janis Soldan.

He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Marjorie Brown Soldan and six children; James (Christie) Nasi, Darcie (Charles) McKenna, Steven Nasi, Kara (Morey) Perlmutter, Kristina (Richard Reisman) Nasi and Matthew (Julie Campilio) Nasi.

He was also the proudest “Bubba” to ten grandchildren; Parker, Addie, Owen, Jack, Raleigh, Sailor, Will, Milo, Thea and Fin.

The family invites you to join them in celebrating his life with a funeral mass on Friday, August 23, 2019 at Most Precious Blood Catholic Church; 3959 East Iliff Ave., Denver, CO 80210.  The 10:00am mass will be followed immediately by an interment at Olinger Chapel Hill Mortuary and Cemetery; 6601 Colorado Blvd., Centennial, CO 80121.

Memorial contributions are welcome at https://www.alz.org/ as well as http://www.outandaboutcolorado.org/

Services

Funeral Mass: August 23, 2019 10:00 am

Most Precious Blood Catholic Church
2250 S Harrison St.
Denver, CO 80210


https://mpbdenver.org/

Interment: August 23, 2019 12:00 pm

Chapel Hill Cemetery
6601 S. Colorado Blvd.
Centennial, CO 80121


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  1. Loved him and the Soldan family. Great times and incredible memories. He and Dave are already raisin’ cane. Find solace in fond memories.

  2. Condolences to the Soldan family and spouse Marjorie. I will remember his smile and the love in their home. Rest In Peace.

  3. Sorry to hear that Bill has passed on. He was always a good friend and supported of mine during my chamber of commerce days and later when I became Mayor of Littleton. You could always count on him to get things done and he always had a happy smile. Although I had not seen him for a number of years now I know he will be missed and always remembered.
    Dennis Reynolds, former Mayor of Littleton

  4. Darcie and Kara, so sorry to hear of Bill’s passing. I know you both loved him very much. Thoughts and prayers are with you.

  5. I will carry the memory of Bill’s smile with me always. We shared a love for and a commitment to the vulnerable children in the foster care system. It seems like yesterday that I looked across the ballroom at The Adoption Exchange Fantasy Ball to see Bill and Marj dancing. Smiling. And dancing. Bert van de Flier and I send our love to you, Marj, and to your family. We are fortunate and grateful to have known Bill Soldan.

  6. My deepest sympathy to all of Bill’s family. He was the most happy go lucky guy. I can betcha he and Mark are already into some kind of mischief. RIP Bill❤️

  7. Dear Marjorie
    I was so sorry to read of Bill’s death in Sunday’s paper. I well remember the joy of a backyard wedding for the two of you but can’t believe it has already been 30 years. Love and blessings to you and your family.

  8. I’m so sad to hear of Bill’s passing. He was such a wonderful man. His laugh and humor was infectious and will be missed but will be indelibly cemented in my mind!

  9. Bill certainly loved life as I knew him many years ago at United Bank of Denver. Prayers are for the family. Keep your memories close to your hearts as they do help mend. God Bless each of you.

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