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Dorothy "DOTTIE" Mae Moffett Overstreet

November 29, 1942September 28, 2020
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Overstreet, Dorothy M, 77 of Micanopy, Florida died Mon., Sept 28 at Gulfside Regional Hospice. Born Nov. 29, 1942 in Amory, Mississippi, she was the daughter of George R. and Maggie Corinne Moffett. Dorothy was co-owner and Bookkeeper for Overstreet Paving Company in Largo and Springhill for 30 years. She is survived by her ex-husband, Thomas E. Overstreet Sr. whom she married May 17th 1958; daughter, Monica (Von) Kramer of San Antonio, Florida, son, Thomas E (Stacey) Overstreet Jr. of Lutz; three grandchildren; Thomas Von Kramer, Brittini Jean Overstreet and Alecia Lauren Overstreet; three great- grandchildren, Connor, Seanna and Jaxson; seven step-grandchildren, Von IV, Michael, Erik, Erin, Jared, Leigh and Lance. Nieces and nephews also survive her. Celebration of Life will be 12-2 pm Sat., Oct. 17 at Sylvan Abbey Funeral Home, 2853 Sunset Point Rd., Clearwater, Florida 33759. Memorial service will follow at 2pm. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Rucki Hospice in Zephyrhills, Florida.

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Dorothy "DOTTIE" Mae Moffett Overstreet

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Terri Estep

October 17, 2020

Dear Monica, Tommy and family,
Mere words cannot express how sorry I am for your loss.
May you find comfort in remembering all the good times you spent together. Our loved ones only leave the Earth but they never leave our hearts.

Kimberly Maddox

October 16, 2020

Dottie,

Not a day has gone by that I haven't talked to you and God about your passing, I am so sad you weren't able to see your final dreams come true. Thank you so much for everything you have given our family. Selling us our home in Micanopy was one of the best things that ever happened to us. Because of you we were able to raise our children in a wonderful community that we call "God's Country".

I love the love you have always had for Jeff. I love how you treated him like your 2nd son. I love the stories about the arguments the two of you had over politics and every other little thing. I love your laugh, I love your honesty, I love your feistiness, I love your accent, I love the way you get annoyed with something or someone and then give that sour look. I love how we all drove each other crazy especially while packing up your house. I just love you!

You are so heavy on our hearts and we are so sad we didn't get to give you one last hug or hear one last laugh. Your smile and laugh will for ever be etched in our mind!

Love and miss you,

Jeff & Kim

Stacy Whitehead

October 1, 2020

Stacy Whitehead

October 1, 2020

Our Dotty♥️

Stacy Whitehead

October 1, 2020

Memories💕

Stacy Whitehead

October 1, 2020

I woke up this morning to find out that sometime very dear to me had passed away. She was the grandmother I adopted as my own. She was my Nannie’s dearest friend and was a strong supporter of mine for as long as I can remember. She was SUCH a giving person to those she loved. Because of her, I was able to follow my dream to dance in the ProBowl at age 15. We spent a week in Hawaii traveling-her, my grandmother and my mama. It was a week I’ll never forget.
Looking back on how much fun we had together...we were always laughing! We’d order pizza and have dance parties together, we’d go shopping and hang out at the pool house all day. I spent summers with her and her grandchildren and she loved having us there with her. Her eyes would just light up around her grandchildren. They were her world.
She loved me like I was one of her own too. I’ll always cherish my last visit with her. I believe it was in God’s timing-my mom and I being there before the fall. We reminisced, laughed and caught up. She was in such good spirits those 2 days and so many smiles. I enjoyed every minute with her and I know felt the same. We talked about the next time we’d see each other and started making plans.
I cried the day we left because in my heart I felt so much guilt. Guilt for not having visited her as often as I wanted to. Before I left, I gave her the biggest hug I could and told her I loved her. I tried not to let her see my tears.
After our visit, I hoped to be able to spend more time with her once she got settled into her new home. Some things just don’t work out the way you plan or hope them to. I loved her so much and cherish all the times we had together. She was so so special to me. She will be so missed. Now all I have are the memories. Beautiful memories. I like to think that she and my Nannie are up there in heaven catching up.♥️ With tears in my eyes, sending my deepest condolences to her family and my Uncle Jeff and Aunt Kim who loved her like their own mother.

Teresa Westbrook

October 1, 2020

So sorry 😐 I meant to say she was the best friend my mother ever had on my last memory. She will be missed deeply!

Teresa Westbrook

October 1, 2020

Sending our deepest sympathy to the family 🌷our whole family loved Dottie with all our hearts. She was the best friend my mother never had. Monica and Tommy we are thinking of you and sending our deepest condolences 💛💜 Love & prayers, from the Westbrook family.

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