James Lee Solano, 51, passed away on November 8, 2021. He was a resident of Colorado Springs for six years and was formerly a resident of Arvada, CO.  He was a proud, life-long native of Colorado and worked for the United States Mint in Denver as a die setter for 21 years.

James (Jimmy) was born on February 6, 1970 to James J. Solano and Jocelyn (Croxton) Hostetter.  He is survived by his two sons, James and Alec; his parents, Jim (Shelly) and Jocelyn; brother, Emiliano (Vanessa); niece, Leila; nephew, Emiliano; his loving partner in crime, Pauline; his fur babies, Honey and Peanut; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and dear friends.

Jimmy was very fond of sports and had a natural talent for baseball, football, and golf.  He loved to bowl and shoot pool and enjoyed watching football, boxing, and horseracing. He had an infectious smile and an outrageous laugh. He lived life with a “go hard or go home” attitude and had a great respect for humor and living his life his own way.  He loved all types of music and livened up the room with his unforgettable dance moves.

A Memorial Service is pending at this time.

“Go Raiders!”

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This Obituary Has 13 Condolences

  1. Homie you will be missed never forgot your big homie K-Dog

  2. Jimbo may you rest 🙏in peace you are gone but never will you be forgotten love you always Eric and Denise and Dario

  3. I love and miss you so much James. I know you’re in a better place but it’s hard being here without you. Thank you for your love and laughter and all the beautiful memories. We had the best of times together and I thank you for making me a better person.

    Your wife, Pauline

  4. My thoughts and prayers are with my Brother Jim. May my sweet nephew James rest in peace.

  5. James, and I worked together. He never said no, and was always a straight man.

    God Be with you and your family, bro.

  6. Jimmy was a great guy. We talked about the Yankees several times a day. He was always willing to help his fellow co-workers, and enjoyed razing his Supervisors.

  7. Big brother miss you everyday Rest In Peace I will always miss you and love you I’m sad to see you go but happy your in a better place god bless love you
    Your brother Emiliano Solano ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

  8. Sorry for your loss he will be truly missed

  9. James…. Thank you for all the laughs,great stories and lessons. Most of all making me a part of your family. We were with you through it all… Thank you for allowing me to be a part of it. Most of all the lasting impression you left for us. Your stories and dope A$! Memories. Me and Pauline will miss you dearly.

  10. Sorry for you loss my condolences to you and your family from my wife and I God bless😞

  11. We will never forget James infectious smile when he came around our family functions. Thoughts and prayers to each and every friend and family member.

  12. I love you Dad, not a day goes by that I dont think about you. Always cracking jokes and laughing, I hope you’re watching over Alec and I. Glad you’re not in pain anymore, love you Dad rest easy pops.

  13. Dearest James,

    I would like to thank you for the 15 years myself and my sons were blessed to know you.
    You were like a big brother to me and an uncle to my boys.
    Your coaching and support of my sons through their sports, I am grateful.
    Passing on your competitive spirit, the love for football and a good time.
    Through the good and bad, the ups and downs this bronco fan, who bleeds blue and orange has always and, will always hold your memories close.
    I’ll think of you with each game I watch and cherish the memories of you giving me hell like only a true Raider fan could, tipping a brew in your honor.

    Your fight is over,
    R.I.P.
    💋💕💋💕💋
    Rone Dawg

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