Rev. David "Dave" McCombs
Jul 22, 1907 - Feb 7, 1996
© Nathan Vaughan Marks
© Muscogee Nation News
Submitted by: ACL
Creek Citizens from across Creek Nation
Rev. Dave MCCOMBS was born July 22, 1907, in McIntosh County, I.T. (OK). He died February 7, 1996, at his home near Dustin.
He lived near Vivian & attended Oak Grove Day School & later Bacone College.
He served in the National Guard
He was an ordained minister & served as a Sunday school teacher, clerk and Treasurer at the Weogufkee Baptist Church. He served as treasurer, executive board treasurer, Bible School convention chairman & association secretary of the Muscogee-Seminole-Wichita Indian Baptist Association.
He waw the Pastor of the Tulmuchussee Baptist Church for 16 years
Survived by his wife Sarah whom he married in December 1939, as his daughter, 2 grandsons, 4 brothers, a sister & several other relatives & friends
Funeral services were held February 10, at Weogufkee Baptist Church with Rev. James Colbert and George Jesse officiating.
Pallbearers were Randy Leeper, Adrian Maxey, Truman Maxey, Andrew Proctor, Darrell Proctor, and Jerry Sanders.
Interment was in Weogufkee Cemetery.
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