William Samuel "Sam" Tweedy

Born on March 28, 1957

Departed on January 7, 2021 and resided in West Nashville, TN

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William Samuel Tweedy “Sam” – Age 63 passed away Thursday, January 7, 2021, of natural causes.


He is preceded in death by his father, William “Bill” Sharp Tweedy; and sister, Teresa “Terri” Tweedy Burns.


Sam is survived by his mother, Shirley Tweedy (Dallas Morgan); his brothers, Robert “Jef” Tweedy and Paul (Missy) Tweedy; nieces, Beth (Tony ) Piazza and Hanna Tweedy; nephews, Chad Burns, Jacob (Macy) Tweedy and Devin Tweedy; beloved uncle, Barry Vaughn; a host of extended family members and his Wasco Work family.


A Celebration of Sam’s life will be on Tuesday, January 12, 2021, at 11AM, at West Harpeth Funeral Home on Charlotte with William Ferguson officiating. Interment will follow at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens.


Visitation with the family will be on Monday from 4PM until 7PM, then again on Tuesday from 10AM until the service time at 11AM, both at West Harpeth Funeral Home.


In accordance to the CDC guidelines and Davidson County, mask mandates will be observed, and social distancing practiced.



26 Comments to Mr. William Samuel "Sam" Tweedy

  1. Sonja Canady Glaser says:

    I considered Sam another younger brother. He was always so kind to me.

  2. Patricia Troglen Lee says:

    You have been my best friend since the first day of our 10th grade. I love you. Always have, Always will.

  3. Betty Seiber says:

    Sorry for the families loss may you R. I. P. Sending hugs and prayers for all

  4. Cookie Pond says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with the Tweedy family. You were a good man Sam. Glad I ran into you last year. ❤

  5. Steve Fisher says:

    So Sorry to hear this news…grew up around each other and ran around some, but have not seen Sam in maybe 40 years. My Sympathies are with the Tweedy family..May he RIP..!!

  6. Don & Sharron Webb says:

    So very sorry for the family, our prayers are with you

    • Mary Ann Watkins Arning says:

      I am so very sorry and sad to learn of Sam’s passing this morning. Although It has been a very long time since I’ve been in touch, some people always have a special place in your heart-Sam was one of those people for me.
      My sympathies and prayers go out to the family.

  7. Carla Pursley Jones says:

    Beth and family: So very sorry to hear of Sams passing.
    Still so very young. I know how Terry loved her brothers.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family .

  8. Danny Chambers says:

    Love you man. We haven’t seen each other in a few years, but we could always pick up like time never passed.
    Rest In Peace Sam. You’re missed.

    Peace and healing to your Mother, Jeff, Paul (nieces and nephews too!!) and friends.


  9. Larry Tanner says:

    RIP Sam.
    Condolences to the family.

  10. Leigh Ann (Bowers) McConnell says:

    Sympathy to the entire Tweedy family. I had not seen Sam in many years until last year, thankful I did.. RIP

  11. Leevetta says:

    So sorry for your loss peace be with you. you are in my prayers🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

  12. Vickie Welty says:

    Sam it’s so very hard to let go of you . You were my soulmate , my forever friend. your words were “ peas and carrots “. You will forever be loved by me and my children.
    You are free now with god and loved ones gone before . Come and meet me at the gates of heaven when it’s my time . prayers for your family

  13. Wayne Hawkins says:

    Charlotte park will never be the same. RIP Sam you will always be remembered in our hearts.

  14. Tracey DeMoss says:

    So sad to see you’re gone. We go all the way back to when we were all very young and lived across the creek from each other. Always a good friend. Prayers to your family.

  15. Darlene Robertson says:

    Rest in Peace my Friend, You will always be Loved and never forgotten. Condolences to your Family.

  16. Karen (Tanner) Hancock says:

    Rest In Peace Sam…We use to hang out when we were kids and your family lived on Urbandale…My condolences to the Tweedy family…

  17. Ronnie and Lynn Flair says:

    Thinking and praying for the family
    Sam was a great guy always smiling. Miss you Sam till we all meet again.

  18. Tim Burns says:

    Sam and my big brother Chuck taught me all you need to know in life. I wish I had gotten to know him better. I hope he and Chuck are in heaven. I will see them when I get there.
    God bless all his family.

  19. Tami Daugherty Cantwell says:

    You are truly going to be missed Sam. You were a beautiful soul and had an positive impact on so many people. You have now earned your angel wings. Take off and fly. We will meet again one day soon.

    My condolences to the family. May God bring you comfort and know that Sam is now at peace.

  20. Karen Witty says:

    So Sorry to hear this about Sam … One more gone from our tribe in Charlotte Park where we all grew up together. Sam will always be loved and missed by all .. fly high my friend let your new wing flap and take you so ever high in the sky ..

  21. Ricky Miller says:

    Sorry about Sam our West Nashville family keeps getting smaller

  22. Frank Harwell says:

    Will miss you Sam. You were like a big brother. To Jef ” kick ass ole mini trail 50″ to Chambers “kick ass ole Benelli” ! Love and miss you guys! West Nashville Never forgets!!!

  23. Terry Clouse Phipps says:

    I’m so very sorry to hear about Sam. I’m praying for comfort for all of you.
    Terry Clouse Phipps

  24. David "Mac" McNabb says:

    I hadn’t talked to Sam in “YEARS” but we grew up together in Charlotte Park and was a “BROTHER” to me like Jeff. We hot-rodded together and thought we were having a LARGE TIME but have brought back “MANY GREAT MEMORIES” I was very saddened to hear of his passing as all the ole crew just keeps getting smaller. I “PRAY” for ALL his Family and Friends. I always called Jeff Little Tweedy and may GOD COMFORT YOU ONLY AS HE CAN. RIP my Brother

  25. Mary Dawn Pafford says:

    My sincere albeit late condolences about this huge loss. Sam was West Nashville Charlotte Park royalty. I’ll never forget his beautiful long blonde hair and his motorcycle affection. Rest in peace or maybe you’re riding bikes on some heavenly highway with the Daniel brothers.

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