Alice  Overstreet


Alice Overstreet, 96 years of age, formerly of Liberal, Mo., passed away February 16, 2017, in Grove, Okla. She was born November 29, 1920, to Emmett Francis Richmond and Sadie Belle Talbott Richmond. She was the third of eight children. She married Charles Overstreet in 1938. He preceded her in death in October, 2012. Alice was a life long member of the Liberal community until 2004 when she and Charles moved to Carthage, Mo. In 2014, Alice moved to Grove. She was active in the Liberal community and the Liberal Christian Church where she was a member for many years. She is survived by her two daughters and their spouses; Pat and Roy Thomas, of Carthage, and Linda and Al Kimmle of Grove. Three grandchildren and their families also survive. They include, Mike and Tara Thomas and Ethan, Karly, and Macy, of Carthage; Dee Ann and Doug Miller, and Katie and Grant, of Webb City, Mo.; April and Shawn Wheeler, and Jessica and Alexis, of Muskogee, Okla. Also surviving are three step grandchildren and their families; one sister, Helen Marlow and husband, Howard, of Kansas City, Mo.; two sisters-in-law, Katie Richmond, of Liberty, Mo., and Nadine Overstreet, of Lamar, Mo.; and a brother-in-law, Clem Prettyman, of Joplin, Mo. She was preceded by her two brothers, Lloyd and Bill Richmond; four sisters, Roma Charlton, Muriel Peterson, Sherry Kaye Prettyman, and infant sister, Ruby Richmond. A funeral service will be held at the Konantz Warden Funeral Home in Lamar Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Burial will follow at the Liberal City Cemetery. There will be a visitation prior to the service beginning at 12:30 p.m.
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