Carol Overstreet

3 Condolences

3 Condolences

  1. All my love, thoughts and prayers go out to the Overstreet family in this time of loss. Carol was a very special and loving mother, grandmother and mother-in-law and one of the sweetest women to grace this Earth. I know her spirit will live on in every heart that was ever privileged enough to have met her. Her smile was the most genuine and warming smile and I know now, though she must miss her family dearly too, she is smiling down from Heaven watching over all of you.

    Matthew 11:28 “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.”

    A special note to Natalie and Avery: my sweet girls, I know the pain you two beautiful ladies feel losing such a special grandmother. I know it doesn’t seem fair to lose her and to feel like you just didn’t get enough time. Though your wounds will heal, you will never forget the special times you had with Nanny. And she will always be there looking over you and you will always feel her with you in your hearts.

  2. My heart broke at this very sad news. I send you all my love as you deal with this difficult time.

  3. Don & The Overstreet Family,
    We are so sorry for the loss of Carol, she was a very sweet and kind women and will be surely missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

    Mark & Paula Haupt &
    Melvin & Gail Kellison


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