Matthew Lee Overstreet

August 18, 1977March 20, 2020

Matt was born on August 18, 1977, in Houston, Texas and passed away unexpectedly on March 20, 2020, in Conroe, Texas. His passing leaves an empty space in the universe that cannot be filled. Matt was a loving father, a loyal friend and a devoted brother. He is loved by family and friends and will be missed by many.

Preceded in death by Grandparents, Bernard and Dorothy Bobe and Grandmother, Helen Overstreet. Survived by son, Roman Overstreet of Mobile, Al, twin brother Marcus Overstreet and wife Julie of Willis, Texas, older brother, Ryan Overstreet of Mobile, Alabama, mother, Renee Bobe and husband Mark Long of Mobile, Alabama, and father, Marc Overstreet and wife Connie Whaley of Tomball, Texas.

Matt is also survived by numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews as well as many long time friends including Roman’s mother, Nikki Grayson.

Private family service will be held at Cashner Funeral Home. A celebration of Matt’s life will be held in Mobile, Alabama on a date and location to be announced later. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made, in Matt’s name, to the charity of your choice.


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michael donato

March 31, 2020

Rest in peace Matt Overrstreet . I will always remember you from the time when I was five years old and you told me the guy down the street wanted me to mow his yard. So I did and when I was almost finished the guy came out and asked me what was I doing. I told him my brothers told me to mow it and he laughed and said your brothers lied to you. I almost cried so he felt bad and gave me 20dollars and when I got home the little shits were laughing. Then I bragged and showed them I made 20 dollars and they took it from me. I'll always remember you bro. I also remember working next to everyday for many years tinting Windows. You left us to soon.

Josh Payne

March 29, 2020

Matt Overstreet, one of my best friends growing up. He was very straightforward and never sugar coated! What a journey, and all of us brothers that have been with you along the way. Even though I have not seen him or spoken to him in many years, it just seems like yesterday we were all hanging out as youngsters without a care in the world. A friendship like no other. I hear my coworkers talking about the crazy things they did growing up, but nothing compares to our wild and crazy times. Something I look back on as the most best of times along with worst of times. Great life experiences though. I dont know too many people that have still stayed in touch with their grade school and junior high friends. We played GI Joes together, to riding bikes, camping, getting drivers licenses, dating, apartments, careers, homes, becoming husbands, father's and having families. A week does not go by, that I don’t think about all of us growing up together and the good times we shared. Cheers to the Little Shits and Memorial Chase Chromedino's!! See you one day again my friend!
Josh Payne

Alex Triggs

March 26, 2020

Matt Overstreet, a name that has always carried some weight. Matt was a great friend, he was loyal and he was real...Matt had your back always. We had a lot of great times, had our share of not so great ones too.(as most of you are aware) I met Matt & the boys the1st day of 8th grade and we’ve all been friends since. We were a brotherhood. Our lives took different paths as we got a grip on ourselves yet our paths always crossed again and again. You will be missed greatly my brethren!
Much love,

Bumpy Wooldridge

March 25, 2020

Here is to all of the fun and chaos we brought to Tommy’s street after school and dragging you and the rest of the boys around on my 4 wheeler on that plywood with the ghetto handle we made. Seemed like a good idea and an even better idea when we made the jump for the “flying plywood carpet”. Did we really think the handle would actually help us maneuver the plywood?

Remember the look on our faces when Kirby went flying in to the trees?

Fun times buddy that I will never forget. Another soul lost too soon!

Rest In Peace my friend.

Ryan Vance

March 25, 2020

5th Grade Class

Ryan Vance

March 25, 2020

5th Grade. Matt decided to rip the top right hand corner off from his returned assignment and procceded to roll it into a "tweedy" (Think that is what we called them). Chad and I were in the front row, teacher writing on the board between us. Matt reared back on the rubber band and let the tweedy fly toward Chad and I. Not sure who it was directed at, but it missed us and hit the teacher instead. She picked it up off the ground and unrolled it. To our surprise, Matt Overstreet's name was writen on the paper! Leason learned: do not rip off the top right hand corner where your name was written. Peace be with you Matt!!