Dwight Brock Olmstead

Dwight Brock Olmstead

November 17, 1946 - December 12, 2011

Dwight Brock Olmstead

November 17, 1946 - December 12, 2011


Dwight Brock Olmstead passed away December 12th, 2011 in his home surrounded by people who love him. Dwight is described by his family as a man who loved to build things, whether it was the many hand made clocks that are displayed in his home or the large gazebo behind his house. Dwight loved his wife Cynthia with a passion loved to take her four-wheeling. He retired from the Tennessee Department of Transportation working on the many Tennessee highways. Before he joined TDOT he served proudly in the United States Air Force. Mr. Olmstead is survived by his loving wife Cynthia Olmstead of Smyrna, One son: Kevin Olmstead of LaVergne; One Brother, Grady Sherri Olmstead of Antioch; Two Step-sons, Gary Marion Creson of Smyrna, Christopher Mandi Creson of Antioch. Cremation Society of Tennessee is assisting the family with the arrangements. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.cremationsocietyoftn.com.

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20 responses to Dwight Brock Olmstead

  1. Aunt Cindy- We love you very much and if there’s anything you need please don’t hesitate to ask. We are here for you always. Uncle Dwight- We love you and you will be missed. May your soul rest in peace .

  2. Pat Williams says:

    Cindy, I am sorry for your loss…Dwight is and always will be a wonderful person, husband and friend. My heartfelt condolences are sent for you and your family. God Bless you and I Love You.

  3. Rd Stinson says:

    I really am deeply sorry for the loss of Dwight. I believe that all pain and suffering has ceased for him. Cindy, you are a sweet and genuine woman and you know that you are loved by so many. God bless, keep and comfort you and the rest of the family at this time. Sincerely, RD & Teresa Stinson

  4. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time in your life. I am so sorry that I didn’t get to meet your husband Dwight. I know that this has to be a hard time for you if there is anything I can do to help you please let me know.

  5. Aunt Cindy, Words cannot explain the loss that you feel, and there is nothing I can say to take the pain away from you. Knowing that you have such beautiful and loving memories with Uncle Dwight that you will cherish for the rest of your life is a comfort in this sad time. He loves you just as you love him. Uncle Dwight – We love and miss you. Rest in peace. Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted. Matthew 5:4

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