Jim Pezzetti
Jim Pezzetti
  • 90 years old
  • Date of birth: Nov 3, 1920
  • Place of birth:
    Dallas Township, Iowa, United States
  • Date of passing: Feb 23, 2011
  • Place of passing:
    Fort Pierce, Florida, United States
Do not judge, and you will not be judged; do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven; give, and it will be given to you...Luke 6:37-8
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jim Pezzetti, 90, born on November 3, 1920 and passed away on February 23, 2011. We will remember him forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Marcia Oltz on 3rd November 2014

"Another year has passed and it saddens me to celebrate your life and not able to celebrate with Rocky!  I know you must be having your pay backs in heaven as you served all so well here on earth. Love you,

This tribute was added by Marcia Oltz on 3rd November 2013

"Sadness overwhelms me as there is so much I need your guidance for, Dad.  It is true what they say, "you never know what you have until you lose it".  I miss you as much today as when you first passed.  You are the strongest man I have ever met! I love you,

This tribute was added by Marcia Oltz on 23rd February 2012


Just a year ago and so much sadness.  You always were my hero and still are.  Your memory will live on through your children and grandchildren and I thank you for continuing to watch over me.
I love you,

This tribute was added by Kelly Horne on 3rd November 2011

"I am missing you today, Grandpa, but I am so grateful for the time we shared and for the lessons I learned from you.  Sempre Famiglia!  You will forever be the heart of our family."

This tribute was added by Marcia Oltz on 3rd November 2011

"I just wanted to wish you a Happy Birthday, Dad.  I certainly hope you are celebrating with so many family and friends because we miss you so much down here.  They say each day gets easier but I say some days are just so hard without you  here to talk to.  I love you and appreciate all you gave me and my entire family!"

This tribute was added by Justin Oltz on 8th March 2011

"To say that he was a "man of few words" would be overly simplistic.

For me, he was a man of clear, concise thought and intentional, effective action.

He lived his beliefs, and used words when necessary.

I mourn the loss of a great man, and celebrate the opportunity to have been his apprentice, friend, golf partner...and grandson.

Can't wait to see him again - when the time comes!"

This tribute was added by Kym Munier on 8th March 2011

"Sometimes there are just not enough words to convey a sense of love and admiration towards a person.  My grandfather was such a solid part of my life and I treasured our time together.  He modeled a life filled with great work ethic, family dedication, lasting friendships and an overall positive attitude in all that he did.  I feel so fortunate to have wonderful memories that will last forever!!"

This tribute was added by tobi wiseman on 7th March 2011

"I know the pain of losing a wonderfully spirited and beloved figure in your lives will touch you deeply for a long time.  However, I hope that your warm memories of Jim/Grandpa embrace you to help carry you through this season of mourning and beyond.  Love and God Bless, Tobi"

This tribute was added by Dwin Horne on 5th March 2011

"Jim was a good man. He lived a full and interesting life.  I always enjoyed talking with him, from stories about the Las Vegas of decades past (seeing Frank Sinatra in concert), to his time serving in the Army in WWII (he fought in the Battle of the Bulge), to his time at the airlines during the pioneering years of commercial aviation.  He will be missed by friends and family alike."

This tribute was added by Penny Acker on 5th March 2011

"Earl and Marcia,
I am so sorry to hear of your loss.  You both are so fortunate to have shared his love for so many years.  God Bless you.  My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Penny Acker"

This tribute was added by Carol Spivey on 1st March 2011

"I had the pleasure of working with "Mr. Jim" at the Post office many years ago.  I always remember him with a smile.  He had a great personality.  May all your memories comfort you."

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Kelly Horne

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Marcia Oltz


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