D'Anne Rene Sothman

9 February, 195910 June, 2021

D’Anne Rene Sothman of Sedalia, Colorado passed away on June 10, 2021, she was 62. D’Anne was born to Beverly and Gary Felker in Porters Hospital in Denver, she lived most of her life in Colorado. D’Anne had two sons she raised in the Castle Rock area.

D’Anne made her profession as a hair stylist and ran her own shops in Castle Rock. She loved cutting hair and was a vibrant individual. D’Anne took pride in what she did; cutting hair for people in retirement homes, making house visits, and going wherever someone was in need of her talents.

D’Anne was a people person and had the gift of making others feel comfortable. She could talk to people she never knew and she truly never met a stranger. D’Anne celebrated people and was always ready to go and have fun. D’Anne had so many interests. She loved flowers and was a collector of almost everything. She especially enjoyed thrifting and discovering that “good find.”

D’Anne’s magnetism, charm, and warmth will be remembered and missed by her family and all those that knew and loved her.

D’Anne is survived by parents, Gary and Beverly Felker, brother, Greg Sothman, sons, Corey Kolacny and Chad (Savanna) Sothman, and grandchildren, Braden, Daylen, and Paisley.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday June 19, 2021 12:00pm-4:00pm at The Fraternal Order of Eagles, 1300 Caprice Dr, Castle Rock, Colorado. Come to share friendship, stories, and good food while we honor D’Anne.


  • Celebration of Life

    Saturday, 19 June , 2021


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Liz Willoughby

18 June 2021

D'Anne was one of the funniest people, we were friends since junior high school. We always laughed so much when we were together. We laughed together & we cried together. We went to the Church of the Rock together & she had God in her heart. She will be missed. Corey & Chad, if you need anything, you know where I am. My prayers are with your whole family. Liz Carleton Willoughby


18 June 2021

Growing up in Sedalia with D'anne was so much fun. Once we received our driver's license and took to the road, the laughter was none stop.
She loved Rod Stewart playing on her 8 tract tape player, singing along with a smile on her face. A beautiful lady who will be truly missed. My prayers are with the family. God bless.

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