Nathan Michael Stoltz | western news


Sadly, on April 29, 2022, we lost our dear son Nathan Michael Stoltz. He died at Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital with his family by his side.

He is survived by his father and mother Burton and Lisa Stoltz, his sister Whitney Stoltz (TJ) of Butte, and his brothers Cory (Kinzie) and Danny Stoltz, both of Libby. He was predeceased by his dear brother Christopher Lee Stoltz on April 27, 2020, along with his uncle Mike, his grandmother Karen Filopoulos, his step-grandmother Shirley Stoltz and his nephew Duane. He has a grandmother and a stepfather in Utah, Mahdi and Laverne Hoseinyzad (Stoltz). He also has a grandfather Burton Allen Stoltz and uncle Brent (Suzannah), both living in Washington state. His grandfather Frank Filopoulos lives in Yuma, Arizona, with his uncle John. His aunt Helen and son Mikie live in Utah, and his aunt Berta (Gurt) lives in Libby. His nieces are Trinity and Chari Stoltz, and two nephews Riley and Tyler Stoltz.

Nathan was born in Libby on November 13, 1986. He married his beautiful wife Sara on August 7, 2020. He has a stepson Alex, and they both adore their fur babies Tillie and Cuddy. We are so proud to call her one of our own, she loved Nathan with an undying love.

Nathan went to school in Libby but got his GED as well as an electrical certificate at Trapper Creek Job Corp in Darby. He enjoyed building and riding motorcycles with his brothers. He was working for Kenyon Noble in Bozeman, building farms at the time of his death, but his specialty was masonry.

Nathan loved all things outdoors, camping, fishing, rafting, motorcycles, cars, archery and skeet shooting. When he couldn’t be there, he enjoyed cooking and watching sports and movies. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Submissions can be made to a mental health organization or the American Heart Association. A private memorial will be held in his memory and in memory of his brother Christopher.


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