Corey Overcash Obituary, Fort Worth Texas, Owner/CEO At CertaPro Painters Of Southlake Died


Corey Overcash Obituary, Death Cause – I extend my deepest gratitude to you for considering a donation to Corey Overcash’s (Cash) memorial fund. Your generosity during this difficult time is profoundly appreciated, and it will contribute to alleviating any financial strain experienced by Corey’s family following his untimely passing.

Cash, as he was affectionately known, dedicated over 10 years of his life in service to the United States Army. His commitment and sacrifices were not only a testament to his love for his country but also reflective of his character and unwavering sense of duty. After his military service, Cash continued his impactful journey as a valued member of the Javaman program, demonstrating his dedication to making a difference in the lives of others.

In his personal and professional life, Cash exemplified the qualities of a true leader and compassionate human being. His love for his family, friends, and his steadfast companion, Ava (as pictured), was evident in every aspect of his life. The memorial fund aims to honor Cash’s memory and provide support to his family during this challenging period.

The journey of Cash’s life, as captured in his personal business bio, is a testament to his resilience, passion, and commitment to service. Having served multiple deployments in support of The Global War on Terror and dedicated time to counter-narcotic and human trafficking services on the United States-Mexico border, Cash’s contributions to the greater good were immeasurable.

As a business owner with CertaPro Painters, Cash realized a childhood dream and found a unique way to continue his spirit of service beyond the military. The joy he found in social interactions with customers, alignment with the brand’s core values, and the transformative impact of his work on homes brought him immense satisfaction.