It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of Jamie Feltham, on January 16th, 2023, in Calgary, Alberta.
Jamie faced a long-standing struggle with mental health issues over the years, which ultimately led to him experiencing homelessness. Despite these challenges, Jamie was known for his kind and generous spirit from a young age, particularly his passion for cooking and spending time in the kitchen with his family.
Throughout his life, Jamie was always supported by those closest to him, including his loving mother Linda Schroh and stepfather Greg Schroh. They did everything in their power to ensure that Jamie was guided to have the life they hoped he dreamed of having one day, but unfortunately, Jamie’s mental health struggles led to homelessness, eventually leading to his passing. Jamie is also survived by his father Wayne Feltham, brother Jon Feltham (Keri, Marisa, Mackenzie), step-sister Kayla Schroh and son Jordyn Nephin.
Jamie’s passing serves as a reminder of the importance of addressing and supporting those in our society who are struggling with mental health and homelessness. The immediate family of Jamie extends our deepest condolences to all of Jamie’s greater family and friends during this difficult time. May he rest in peace.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to a charity of your choice in Jamie’s memory to support others facing homelessness and mental health issues in the Calgary region. Let us honor Jamie’s memory by working towards helping others in need.
When I met Jamie I found him to be a very sweet and kind person. He helped me look after my mom once and he was very caring and attentive towards her. So sad that he has passed. My condolences to all of his family and friends.
I never met your son Linda but you always spoke of him often and wanted nothing but the best for him….Heartbreaking to read ..Thinking of you all …Condolences to all of his family.
Frank and I wish Kayla and all her family peace. So sorry.
May God bless and keep you in the days ahead and may He comfort and strengthen your family members who remain. We are of this Earth for but a short time, but in eternity we are reunited through the grace of God and His Son Jesus Christ.
I will pray that you find peace during this difficult period. Please accept my deepest condolences for your brother.
So very sorry for your families loss. From a mother to another mother I can’t even imagine the grief you are feeling at this time. Please know that we are here for you during this time, and always.
Tannis, Tyson & Kaylee