DENVER, Colo. — Jason Lee Nolte, 31, of Denver, Colo., formerly of Seneca, was killed on June 21, while at work at Manko Window Systems, in Aurora, Colo. Jason was born March 5, 1983, in Seneca, the son of Robert and Kathleen Nordhus Nolte. Jason grew up in Seneca and attended Sts. Peter and Paul Grade School. In 1995, the family moved to White Cloud and he attended Highland High School, graduating in 2001. He worked for Fairview Mills for two years, before he began his college career at Kansas State University. While in Manhattan he worked for Manko Window Systems. He then went to work for Swims and Sweeps in Topeka for two years, before returning to Manko Window Systems. Last March, he was transferred to Aurora, Colo. and was the Production Manager at the plant in Colorado.
Jason was an avid KSU fan and enjoyed all sports, he liked to hunt and fish and anything with the outdoors.
Survivors include his fiancée, Lindsay Biggs of Aurora, Colo.; his parents, Robert and Kathleen Nolte of Seneca; four brothers, Ryan (Andrea) Nolte of Topeka, Eric Nolte of Fremont, Neb., Craig Nolte of Seneca and Cory Nolte of Seneca; a niece and a nephew, Chance and Macy; grandparents, John and Bernice Haug Nordhus and Alfred and Darlene Stallbaumer Nolte Roeder, all of Seneca. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Cletus Nolte on Jan. 13, 1976.
Rosaries will be prayed at 2 and 7 p.m. on Friday, at Sts. Peter and Paul Church in Seneca. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a.m. on Saturday, at St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Seneca. Burial will be at the church cemetery. Memorials in Jason’s memory may be given to St. Peter and Paul School, and sent in care of the family.
Great Bend (Kan) Tribune, June 26, 2014*