“Impact people in a positive way”

We are deeply saddened to share that Don Soderquist passed away on Thursday morning (July 21st, 2016) from complications related to heart surgery. Don and his wife Jo have left an incredible impact on our ministry affirming a family legacy of caring for the lost, broken, and hurting through the love of God. 

Don is known around the world for his achievements in the corporate world as the “Keeper of the Culture” at Walmart. His accomplishments are great, but his humility, kindness, and humor are even greater. He saw the value in every individual and made everyone around him feel their importance.

Don loved the Lord Jesus and has passed on a heritage of faith that remains evident in the lives of his children and their families.  It was clear to see what was most important in his life: his faith and his family. He modeled that so well. We are so thankful to the Lord for Don. His life, faith, and passion will stay with us forever.


If you would like to send a card to the Soderquist family, please mail it to:

Soderquist Family
c/o Soderquist Leadership
2000 W. University, Box 3503
Siloam Springs, AR 72761

Memorial services will be held at 10:00 AM, Friday, July 29th at Fellowship Bible Church of Northwest Arkansas in Rogers, AR.


In Don’s Honor:

The Soderquist Family has asked that Lake Geneva Youth Camp and Conference Point Center be named as a place to donate in Don’s Honor. We are honored and humbled by this request.

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Lake Geneva Youth Camp & Conference Center
W2655 South Street
Lake Geneva, WI 53147


Learn More

“If you’d like to learn more about Don Soderquists’ involvement and love of the youth and family programs at Lake Geneva Youth Camp, please contact Ross Adams, Executive Director (ross.adams@lgyc.org) or Christiaan Snedeker, Advancement Director (christiaan.snedeker@lgyc.org). 262-248-5500.”“We would love to share with you the opportunities and details of how we plan to honor Don, who meant so much to us and was so instrumental in our outreach to children, young people, and families.”