LaVon R. Solberg

LaVon R. Solberg


LaVon R. Solberg, 59, of Mesa died suddenly at home on January 2, 2015. She was born in Madison, WI on December 28, 1955 to Howard Hahn and Mary Bartle Hahn.

She was predeceased by her parents; her husband, Scott Solberg; and three sisters: Nancy Schulz of Silver City, NM; Beverly Holsinger of Madison, WI; and Anita Peterson of Deforest, WI.

LaVon is survived by two sisters: Lillian (Mark) Busch of Mesa, AZ and Jacqueline Hahn (Brent Folstad) of Footville, WI; her brother Lloyd Hahn (Naomi Bitter) of Arlington, WI; and brothers-in-law: Steve Schulz, Todd Solberg, and Dale Peterson.

She is also survived by many nieces and nephews as well as grand nieces and grand nephews; all of whom she loved as her own.

LaVon will be missed by her two best friends–her dogs: Sassy and Kosmo.

She was a longtime employee of Coco’s at various locations in the East Valley.

The family requests donations in lieu of flowers to be made in LaVon’s name to the Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA (

Memorial services will be held on Friday, January 9, 2015 at 10:30 AM at A Wise Choice Chapel ( located at 9702 E. Apache Trail, Mesa, AZ 85207.

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2 responses to LaVon R. Solberg

  1. To La Von’s Family;
    We were shocked to hear of La Von’s death, as we just saw her about a month ago at her father-in-law’s funeral. May happy memories keep you close.Our sympathy.
    Betty and Michael Severson
    Todd Solberg’s In-Laws

  2. I’m still having a hard time believing my friend is gone. I miss our monthly linners (lunch/dinner) where we would get together and gossip about work, our families &and anything else we could think about. We would be there for ours . Lavon you were my rock. You gave me lots of advice on. Alot of things mainly on how to deal with my parents who have Alzheimer. Hope I can remember everything you taught me lavon. Until we meet again to laugh, giggle, &gossip you will always be in my heart.
    To lavons family. May all your pain and hurt from lavons passing. Be turned into smiles and beautiful memories of times with lavon.

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