Aiden Thomas Solon
Wed, 10/11/2017 - 9:59am admin
Aiden Thomas Solon, age 9, North Platte, Neb., entered the gates of Heaven Oct. 7, 2017. He passed away at home while surrounded by family and friends.
Aiden was born May 7, 2008, to Sage and Tammy (Halley) Solon. Aiden was a brave young boy who was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma (bone cancer) in January, 2016. His journey with cancer included several types of treatment and surgery.
Aiden touched many lives with his positive attitude, wit and love. He liked to spend time with his brother, buddies and family, whether it was camping, playing his X-box, playing baseball or amazing an audience with magic tricks. Aiden loved to laugh and entertain others with jokes and games like “Would You Rather?”
Aiden had an army, Aiden’s Army, people of all ages from all over the country, who bonded in love and prayer. They uplifted and supported him throughout his journey. Aiden was his grandpa’s pal; he and Marv loved to hang out together. The family dog, Theodore, brought new licks and a best-buddy relationship to Aiden’s life.
Survivors include his loving parents, Sage and Tammy Solon, and protective older brother, Andrew, North Platte; grandparents, Marvin and Beverly Halley, North Platte, Carol Solon, Kadoka, and a great-grandmother, Emma Jacobs, Martin; aunts and uncles, Ron and Carol Halley, Overton, Neb., Rick and Kandy Halley, Apple Valley, Minn., Patrick and Heather Solon, Kadoka; and numerous cousins.
He is preceded in death by great-grandparents, Leland Jacobs, Francis and Clara Solon, Gerald and Lucett Halley; and a grandfather, John Solon.
Services were held Saturday, Oct. 14, at the North Platte Berean Church with Rev. Jon Stone officiating.
Interment followed at Floral Lawns Cemetery.
Celebration of Aiden’s life will conclude with fellowship at the Berean Church.
Memorials may be made in his name. Online condolences may be shared at carpentermemorial.com. Carpenter Memorial Chapel is in care of arrangements.