Everette G. McCombs, Jr.

Everette G. McCombs, Jr.

November 22, 1944 - July 26, 2004

Everette G. McCombs, Jr.

November 22, 1944 - July 26, 2004


Everette is survived by his Beloved wife Carolyn. Loving Daughter Pamela Bustos and Son Everette Gilmer McCombs, III. Loving Sisters Patricia Schmidt, and Evelyn Louise Landry and 4 Grandchildren.
A visitation will be held on Friday 7/30/04 – 7-9:00PM at O’Connor Laguna Hills Mortuary. A Funeral Service will be held on Saturday 7/31/04 – 1:00PM at O’Connor Laguna Hills Mortuary. Interment immediately following at El Toro Memorial Park

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6 responses to Everette G. McCombs, Jr.

  1. Julie Lewis says:

    Hey, E. G., this is Julie. Wanted to let you know it was a pleasure working for you! Wow, all the laughs we had….I will cherish those moments forever. I miss you like crazy already…hey, you owe me gas money wink wink. Love ya loads Boss Man….Julie

  2. Harriet Roop says:

    In all my years of knowing EG he dealt with all the problems and concerns of our personal and business problems with a sense of humor mixed with great knowledge. He always made me feel that my issues were the most important and was always ready to listen and advise – he will be missed in all facets of his business and social contacts.

  3. We will miss EG and his sense of humor and easy going manner and cannot express our sadness in words. We send our love to you and the you and the children.

    Larry & Valerie

  4. Terry Snyder says:

    Carolyn, Though I only knew EG for the past several years as my tax accountant, he made such a wonderful impression. I’m saddened and shocked by his sudden passing. You and your family are in my heart and prayers. -With much sympathy, Terry Snyder

  5. Dana McCombs says:

    E.G. was the best father-in-law a girl could have. He always made me feel more than just a daughter-in-law. I will cherish the seven years I was blessed to have with him, but it was not enough time and there are no words that can describe the pain of missing him I feel. His life spirit and energy livend every family gathering. I will miss him calling me “Darlin'” and “Sweetness”. “I Love You, E.G.!!!”

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