Mrs combs and andy, i I am so sorry to hear of your father and husband passed... I only met you and your husband once, when I came over with andy... actually, i went to highschool with Tony... I offer my condolences, my parents have been married 66 years and its encouraging to see true love does and can last.... god bless to you and your family I hope all is well with you andy.... this is Janelle's mom from Dunkin Donuts, cindy...
Anna and I share the grief of your sudden loss. We are so very grateful to have known this fine gentleman . . . and your best friend of 60+ years.
We have some wonderful memories of John, including the day of the photo below. My parents, John and Janice, love you both so dearly and we are so thankful that we became friends with you and John as well. John will forever live in our hearts, thoughts and prayers . . . as do you. We'll see you our next visit to Michigan, okay? God Bless you and your family during this difficult time. With Love . . . Steve Kensler and Annaliza Quezada
Rest in peace, our brother, John.
Dear Peggy, Del and I are so sorry to hear about John. You both are very special people and mean the world to us. I know my parents, Bob and Peggy Leahy,felt the same way. I will always remember the friendship and support from both of you when I was Exalted Ruler. I was very proud to witness John's installation as Grand Tiler at my convention in Reno. God bless you, Peggy and all of our love.
Peg, please accept my deepest condolences. The friendship you and John shared with my grandparents was truly one to be treasured. Oh, the travels and adventures you all had! John was a loving and honorable man, who will be greatly missed. Much love, Dana Beach
Dearest Peggy and family, I am sorry for the loss of your wonderful man and of a true gentleman and proud to say we knew that giant of a man! He will be truly missed and was very much loved in life. We are in Florida and have been thinking of you both. Please let us know when the memorial in the spring will be. Love you Jenny Ledford.
Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.
Dearest Peggy, we are so sorry to hear about John. He was such a wonderful man. Our love to you and your family. We will surely miss him. See you when we return from Az. Pat & Patti Campbell
Peggy, as you know....my mom and dad (Betty & Gus Frizzell) adored you and John. Gusie considered John one of his dearest friends. Some of my earliest memories include you and John. I will always remember John with fondness....remembering how you both comforted mom when she struggled over the loss of her Gus. Thank you, John, for your compassion and many kindnesses throughout the years. My sympathy to you, Peggy, and your entire family. Sending my love and prayers your way....
Mrs Combs, Andy and family. I'm so sorry for your loss. Having known you all forever it seems, I am happy to have seen you and Mr Combs a month or so ago. He looked great, as he always did. My deepest sympathy. Lori Holland
The times we had the privilege of spending time with Mr Combs ...he was always a man we enjoyed talking with and earned our respect with his quiet yet eloquent presence
My sympathy to you. My nephews wife in Saginaw just died same day. Sally Long 4550 Midland Ave.
Great co-worker. Rest in peace John.
Rememberng the touch down club John started and the fun rides to the Lions stadium. I will miss his smile and think of him often. Your friend
Bryan Cullens and my daughter Donelda Cullens. Rest in peace Brother.
Sorry to hear of John's passing, he was a great friend of our father Michael Harbert, sincerely Larry, Dennis, Paul & Kathy Harbert.
We were so sorry to hear of the loss of the love of your life. John was always a bright light in my contacts with him when I was first joining BPOE #810. I am sure this is a reflection of how happy and content he was with his life. Surely his family and friends are a big reason for this.He will be missed dearly.
John was a good friend at St Joe's Cardiac Rehab, he will be missed by many.
Our sincere condolences to the Combs family.
John was an extreme likeable person. I played
in Elks golf league with John for a short time and he never hesitated to smile and say
hello. I had many conversations with him
at Ryans Barber Shop while wife Jan was cutting his hair. Even though there is a
gap in our ages, we talked about old Pontiac.
John, you will truly missed. We are away
and cannot attend services, but your are
in our hearts and prayers. On behalf of
my wife and I, rest in peace.
Robert (duke) and Jan Reynolds