OBITUARY

Helen A. McCombs

August 11, 1924November 12, 2020

Helen (Johnston) McCombs, a resident at Tuscan Gardens Assisted Living of Palm Coast, Florida and a former resident of Venetia, PA. (Peter’s Twp.) passed away at the age of 96 on Thursday, November 12, 2020.

She graduated from Peters Twp. High School and Duff’s Business School.

Until she moved to Florida in 2019, she was a long-standing member of Peter’s Creek United Presbyterian Church. She was a charter member of the Chartiers Chapter #97 Order of the Eastern Star. Her late husband of 74 years, Thomas H. McCombs III, owned the Finleyville Cemetery and she was the secretary/treasurer for many years. She was employed by the Prudential Insurance Company for 30 years and was the first woman agent representing Prudential in the Washington, PA. area. As long as health permitted, she enjoyed traveling with her husband, was an avid reader and loved to square dance. Her priority though, was always to spend time with her family.

She is survived by her Son, Thomas H. McCombs IV (Linda), Nevada, her Daughter, Barbara A. Clutter (Tom), Florida. Grandsons, Scott T. Clutter (Louise), Hawaii and Matthew F. Clutter (Sarah), New York. Grand-Daughters, Linda K. Bassett (Mark), Nevada and Kerry A. Dunn (Manny), Nevada. Great Grand-daughters, Kylie Bassett, Nevada, Summer & Taylor Clutter, Hawaii, and Phoebe Dunn, Nevada. Great-Grandsons Evan and Christian Clutter, New York

At her request there was no public viewing and her family will have a celebration of life gathering on a date to be determined. She will be buried next to her husband in the Finleyville Cemetery, Finleyville, PA.

Contributions in her memory can be made to the Stuart F. Meyer Hospice House, 150 Memorial Medical Pkwy, Palm Coast, Fl. 32164

Condolences may be sent to www.craigflaglerpalms.com

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Barbara Wylie

November 14, 2020

Helen and Tom always sat behind my family in church. Their smiles and sweet words always made our Sunday mornings more special.
Their love for each other was so evident in every smile and word they shared. They were an inspiration. They were a blessing to our church family. I cared deeply for them.