Sheila Ann Savage Overstreet
Funeral services for Mrs. Sheila Ann Savage Overstreet, 63, of Algood, were held at 12 noon Saturday, September 11, 2021, from the chapel of Hall Funeral Home of Livingston with Bro. Jamie Seals officiating. Burial followed in Freedom #2 Cemetery in Tompkinsville, KY.
Mrs. Overstreet passed from this life Wednesday, September 8, 2021, at her residence.
She was a member of Freedom Church. After graduating Celina High School and continuing her education, she moved to Nashville for many years before settling in Algood with her family.
While living in Algood, she developed and established her successful business, The Southeast Advertiser.
Sheila was a devoted mother to her son, William and late daughter Ashley. Her granddaughter, Willow Grace was the light of her life and they loved spending time together. As a loving daughter to her mother, Helen, they enjoyed making many memories at the beach and lake.
Sheila was a very family oriented person. She loved spending time with her sisters, nieces, grandnieces, nephews, and grandnephews.
Her kind and generous spirit always shined through as she always helped those in need.
Sheila was a lifelong lover of Dale Hollow Lake and spent many enjoyable days on her houseboat at Sunset Marina with family and friends. As an avid Tennessee Titans fan, she loved going to games every season with her mother, son and special friend, Tony Aguiar.
Born August 18, 1958, in Livingston, she was the daughter of Helen (Spear) Savage of Hestand, KY and the late Wade Savage.
In addition to her father, she was preceded in death by her daughter, Ashley Overstreet.
Survivors, in addition to her mother, include a son, William (Kristie) Overstreet of Cookeville; a granddaughter, Willow Grace Overstreet; three sisters, Sherri (Terry) Ford of Hestand, KY, Deborah Savage (John Bartlett) of Cookeville, and Cathy Andrews of Chattanooga, formerly of Cookeville; two nieces, Jade Bartlett of Chattanooga, and Crystal (Howard) Saresky of Cincinnati, OH; a nephew, Nathan (Crystal) Ford of Hestand, KY; three special cousins, Teresa Davis, Rhonda Hurd, and Timmy Boles; a very special friend, Tony Aguiar of Cookeville; Richard Overstreet, father of William and Ashley; and a host of aunts, cousins, grandnieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Tony Aguiar, James Bartlett, Eric Dyer, Josh Flatt, Nathan Ford, and Joseuph Burks.
Special care provided by Hall Funeral Home. (C)