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Jamie Ann Petzold

Visitation Time: All Services will be private.

Jamie Ann Petzold of Carol Stream unexpectedly passed away, at the age of 61 on May 6, 2020.

Jamie was born on July 6th, 1958 to Marilyn and the late Robert Petzold. Jamie was one of five children: three brothers, Brian (deceased), Garth and John (deceased)) and one sister, Elizabeth. Growing up, Jamie had dreams of becoming a forest ranger. Her love for nature never dulled and she spent much of her life enjoying time outdoors and gardening. Jamie married Bill Nudd in 1981 and had two daughters whom they loved very much. Jamie was extremely kindhearted and had a warm nature, which was evident by the years she spent working in the medical field caring for patients.

Jamie was one of the kindest people you could ever meet. She was always able to see the good in people, even during the worst of times. She touched so many lives and provided love and support to anyone who needed it. Jamie would give her last dollar to help out those in need and would sacrifice herself to be there whenever you needed someone. She had the warmest of hearts and kindest of souls. There are no words to describe how deep Jamie’s love for family was and how profound the relationships she built were. Jamie adored her daughters and grandchildren, and enjoyed nothing more than spending time with them. She always had a fun outing or experiment to do with them and tried to make it to all their games and performances. Her unwavering love and support will not be forgotten, and her presence will be missed.

Jamie is survived by her two daughters Emily Thompson and her husband Troy, Tracy Robertson and her husband John, and her four grandchildren; Trey Thompson, Lukas Thompson, Hazel Robertson and Teagan Thompson. She is also survived by her brother, Garth Petzold (Norma) and her sister Elizabeth Cohen (Jay), as well as her mother Marilyn Petzold. She will also be remembered fondly by her countless cousins, in-laws and her nieces and nephews who loved her beyond measure.

Jamie meant so much to so many people. She impacted the lives of everyone she knew. Jamie lived her life helping others. Her love was evident and felt by all, and we all hope that she knew how greatly she was loved and how precious she was to each and every one of us who had the pleasure of her in our lives. We will miss and think of her every day. “The Life given us by nature is short, but the memory of a life well spent is eternal.” (Quote from Cicero)

“You now have sorrow,
but I will see you again,
and your heart will rejoice,
and your joy no one will take from you”
– John 16:22

Funeral Home

Salerno's Rosedale Chapels

Phone: (630) 889-1700
Address: 450 W. Lake Street Roselle IL, 60172


Posted by:
Audrey Kilinski

Posted on:
Friday, May 29, 2020

My condolences to Jamie’s family. Jamie was a very beautiful women with a heart of gold. I met Jamie through Maryann about 6 years ago. Ever since, she has been a person who I admired for her strength, wisdom and heart. She was a great friend to everyone. I miss your mother very much, I always enjoyed our monthly women’s night out after work. She is a beautiful soul and will always be in my prayers and thoughts.

Posted by:
Paul Prost

Posted on:
Friday, May 29, 2020

My sympathies to your families at this time of sorrow. As I do not know you I only knew Jamie as my check-in nurse and a friend of my Sister Deb Prost who worked with her for many many years, and a friend of the staff at CDH. I am so sorry for your loss. I will keep you all in my immediate prayers and hope for the best for all of you! May God Bless all of you. May Jamie Rest in Peace Amen!

Posted by:
JoAnn Hurd Underwood

Posted on:
Thursday, May 28, 2020

I worked with Jamie at Suburban Lung Associates. She was always kind and caring to everyone she met. Her passing shocked and saddened me because this world needs more Jamies. To her family, you know how deeply she loved you all, hold onto that in the weeks and months ahead.

Posted by:
Joanne C Ruffner

Posted on:
Wednesday, May 27, 2020

James, I love you so much and am beyond sad you are NO longer with us. I'm so glad you :chose" us as your family. Your kindness and love for all of you will be missed, please watch over us and keep good care of the boys< love Josey