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Nathan Wayne Stolt of North Mankato died unexpectedly on March 25, 2023, in Good Thunder, Minnesota at the age of 50.
A Celebration of Life will be held from 4-7 p.m., on Wednesday, April 5, 2023, at Northview – North Mankato Mortuary.
Nathan was born in Seoul, South Korea in 1972 and was adopted along with his younger sister Melissa by Wayne and Dorene Stolt of Courtland, Minnesota in January 1979. He attended New Ulm Public Schools and graduated in 1991. He married Melissa Solberg in 1993 and together they had two amazing sons, Mason & Nolan. They later divorced in 2004.
Nathan had a zest for life and took great pleasure in the small things: Saturday morning breakfast dates and taco Tuesdays with good friends, Marvel movies (at the theatre on opening night if possible), going to see his Minnesota Twins play, and spending time with family and friends when he wasn’t busy dedicating himself to the many clients of Tech Connect Plus, the business he owned, loved and ran in Mankato for over 10 years. Nathan grew to love traveling and recent destinations included Niagra Falls, Canada, Columbus, Ohio, Washington/Oregon, San Antonio/Austin, Texas and an annual ice fishing trip with one of his best friends in far Northern Minnesota.
Anyone who knew Nathan would tell you that he was truly one of a kind. He loved being around people and he called everyone he met a friend. His family would often joke that they couldn’t take him anywhere without him knowing at least one person and having to stop and chat. He took great joy in treating others with thoughtful little gifts he found for them on his travels. He was the best gift giver because he really listened and remembered the small details about people.
Nathan’s boys and two bonus kids meant the world to him and even though they sometimes got annoyed with his “meddling”, they always knew he loved them more than life. Nathan was recently engaged to his 17-year partner Angie Schimek and was looking forward to their planned June 2024 wedding. He was so excited to celebrate their relationship with the family and friends who have supported them over the years.
Nathan is survived by his fiancée and partner of 17 years, Angie Schimek of North Mankato; his sons, Mason Stolt (Dorislynn Quiñones) of Plymouth and Nolan Stolt of St. Peter; bonus kids, Kyleigh Schimek and Kolby Schimek of North Mankato; parents, Wayne & Diane Stolt of Eagan; sister, Melissa Stolt of Denver, Colorado; his beloved fur baby, Scooter the Corgi and Angie’s parents, sisters and their families who treated him as a son-in-law, brother-in law and uncle, and the many many friends he considered as family.
Preceding him in death was his mother, Doreen Stolt.
Wednesday, April 5, 2023
4:00 - 7:00pm (Central time)
Northview - North Mankato Mortuary
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