Brett Davis Overstreet

September 3, 1968November 7, 2018
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Brett Davis Overstreet, September 3rd, 1968 to November 7, 2018

Brett Davis Overstreet of Stafford Virginia, peacefully passed away at his home on November 7, 2018, after a long battle with cancer with his wife, caregiver, and soul mate, Kathi Overstreet, by his side. Brett was born in Alexandria, Virginia, and graduated from Edison High School. He is survived by his mother Faye Overstreet Johnson, and preceded in death by fathers James Davis Overstreet and Robert W. Johnson. Brett was the youngest of his siblings, to include, sister Kelly Sims, brother Brian Overstreet and wife Kristin Overstreet, Michelle Bell, and Donna Kellum. He is survived by his beloved children: Brittney Simons, Justice Wieters, Dustin Overstreet, Chris Thompson, Tressie and Katrina Lamouroux. Brett was the proud grandfather of 11 grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles, and grand-mother Helen Moffett of Colonial Beach, Virginia.

Brett celebrated life and family no matter how much pain he endured. He loved the New Orleans Saints and Louisianna State University football; playing golf, NASCAR, outdoor activities; and most of all, spending time with his family. A memorial service will be held at 4:30pm on Sunday, November 11, 2018 at Mullins and Thompson Funeral Service, Stafford.


  • Brees Dream Foundation L-3450 (EA2WID)
  • Sarcoma Foundation of America
  • Jefferson Office of Institutional Advancement


  • Memorial Service Sunday, November 11, 2018

Brett Davis Overstreet

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Carol O'Neil

November 12, 2018

A very precious and much loved son of my two best friend's Faye and Jimmy Overstreet. Rest in peace as you have gone through a hell of a life (medically) in the last few years.


November 11, 2018

Brett you were always an amazing friend and associate. You were the hardest working man I have ever met. We shared some awesome memories and I will cherish them forever. You will be missed and forever loved. In the words I could hear you say "Rest Easy Brother"! Until we see each other again 💖

Ken Seekford

November 11, 2018

I haven't seen Brett in a few years. We went to High school together and were pretty close friends. I remember his easy going charm and that mustache. Lol
I'm proud to know he touched the lives,and hearts of so many.
I will forever remember you my friend.

Maureen and Jim Gibson

November 9, 2018

Brett, you will be missed my friend I remember many nights sitting around talking and laughing hanging out and just having a good time . you are in our thoughts and prayers we love you Jim and Maureen

Joan Bowie

November 9, 2018

Brett was such a sweet, caring kid and I loved the family get togethers we had. He was kind to everyone and especially to older people. He always made sure everyone had everything they needed. I loved the way he kidded around with me and the sparkle in his eyes. I loved watching his obvious love for his mother. Rest In Peace sweet Brett. I know you are with our Heavenly Father. Love, Joan

Janet Gottshall-Trijo

November 9, 2018

I met you because our Dads were best friends
I loved you because of your gentle loving spirit.
My Dad Nick wants you to know how very special you were to him.
We will miss you.
Love, Nick and Janet

Sherri White

November 9, 2018

You were always a true gentleman Brett. We went to my 11th grade homecoming dance in October of 1990. It was the nicest evening ever! You were always so funny and sweet. I will miss you my dear friend.

Neal Spiece

November 8, 2018

I remember playing basketball with him. We we're both left handed but I shot right handed and he used his left. The same when we played horse shoes. I haven't had contact with him in years but that doesn't make this any easier. My thoughts and prayers to his family.