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Richard A. Overton

May 11, 1906 – Dec 27, 2018 (Age 112)

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Cook-Walden Funeral Home Obituary

Richard A. Overton, age 112, the oldest living WWII Veteran died peacefully on Thursday, December 27, 2018 surrounded by his family. He was born in Bastrop County, Texas on May 11, 1906 to Gentry Overton Sr. and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Franklin. He lived most of his young life in Creedmoor, ...

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May your treasured memories continue to provide a measure of comfort and peace to the family. Please be strengthened from Isaiah 61:1,2, God "binds up the broken-hearted and comforts all who mourn".

Rest In Peace Mr. Overton !

Rest In Peace Mr. Overton !

Thank You For Your Service To The USA!

To Mr. Overton's family, bless you, and thank you for sharing your loved one with the world. We appreciate his service. I wound up here because of a Facebook post and was saddened to see that he had passed, but wanted to say "Thank You" none-the-less.

Mr. Overton, you to were a club member of the greatest generation ever! Thank you for your service to God and country. Your mission is accomplished, job well done soldier. May you rest in peace. Judi Smith, New York

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

PVT E-2 DARRICK D. BELL PRICE 2ST BASIC TRAINING & AIT 1986 19 YRS FT LEE VIRGINIA QUARTER MASTER 2ND.BASICS TRAINING & AIT 2003 FT LEONARD WOOD MO.

SSG U.S.ARMY RETIRED DARRICK D BELL PRICE OPERATION EDURING FREEDOM

Thanks for your LEGENDARY LEGACY OF U.S.ARMY DUTY in all black Regiment.RIH BATTLE SSG U.S.ARMY RETIRED DARRICK D. BELL PRICE JELLYROLL OF COMBAT ENGINEER BN CAMP PHOENIX KABUL AFGHANISTAN 1986-1992 / 2003- 2015 LOVE AND PEACE SOLDIER