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HAROLD DUANE COMBS
Born in Economy, Indiana on 9-24-33 to James and Ruth Combs, Harold had 6
brothers and 2 sisters. Luther, John, Dick, Bill and Ruthann preceded Harold
in death. Remaining are Jimmy of Centerville and Carolyn Moore of Richmond,
Harold married Joan Jenkins 7-26-52 in Richmond; the couple renewed their
vows on their 50th anniversary. They had two children, Robert, who lives in
Shelby, Ohio, and Darlene Reynolds of Brighton, Colo. Harold also leaves 5
grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.
In 1968 the family moved to CO. Harold was an Optician by trade. He owned
and operated his optical Shop in Brighton CO for 17 years. Harold was
involved in the Brighton Lions Club, and the Elks Lodge, #1586 serving as an
officer for 6 years including Exalted Ruler in 1995-96. His hobbies were
Jigsaw puzzles, camping and carving wooden lawn ornaments. A quiet man,
Harold was known by his quick smile and bright blue eyes.
Harold passed away on Feb. 16, 2012 at home in Arizona with his wife and
daughter by his side.
The family wishes to thank Valor Hospice for the excellent care, help and
support provided Harold and his family. Also, Green Valley Baptist Church
where he was a member, for their prayers, provision of meals for the family
and help with many needs.
Memorial services for Harold will be held at the GVBC on May 18, 2012, at 2
Published in Green Valley News & Sun on May 1, 2012
Harold's parents were James K Combs and Rutha Mae Coomes and his
grandparents were George Washington "General" Combs and Mary Louisa Baker of
Clay Co. This line descends fron "Soldier John".