Cammie Wolverton Combs

Profile Updated: October 3, 2018
Residing In: Portland, OR USA
Spouse/Partner: Richard (Rick) Combs
Occupation: retired- office manager of Hemphill Oil Co.
Children: I have 2 children both boys - my oldest son Richard Lynn 47 Born January 12, 1965 (passed away August More…21, 2012 of cancer) and my youngest son Scott Kelly 45 Born January 14, 1968. My oldest son owned his own moving company and his younger brother worked with him. I have 6 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
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I drove my Mother and brother to Portland Oregon my Senior year. I graduated from Roosevelt High School. I definitely missed my school friends and my hometown but that is what happens when your parents divorce.
My husband and I were married in 1964 in Vancouver, WA. We met at a dance at Springers (a place where everyone could go on a Saturday nite to enjoy some of the Country Western Stars like George Jones etc. and dance). My husband and I were sealed in the Oakland Temple in 1979 and our children were sealed to us.
My husband and I had our own Country Western Band, named Dick Combs & Company for over 28 years. My husband played rhythm guitar and I played Bass guitar, we both sang. As a family, we camped, fished, rode motorcycles and enjoyed bowling together.
I have always enjoyed art, I was lucky enough to be able to take a fine arts class at Roosevelt. I enjoy painting, sketching, western subjects, landscapes and flowers. I've sold some, but I do this as one of my hobbies.
My husband and I will celebrate our 50th Anniversary in March 2014.
My husband passed away December 21, 2017. He was 75 yrs old and he had been a diabetic since he was 5. I miss him very much, he was my best friend.

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Posted: Dec 16, 2013 at 11:29 PM
This is my yearbook picture for 1963 at Roosevelt High School in Portland Oregon. I really missed my school friends in Pocatello. I will always have wonderful memories of you all.
Posted: Dec 16, 2013 at 11:29 PM
My husband and I entertained for 28 years for the public and now we enjoy the music for ourselves. It has been a large part of our lives and our enjoyment. I come from a family of musicians that have enjoyed music all our lives. Rick and I have had a great time.
Posted: Dec 16, 2013 at 11:29 PM
Rocky when he was little used to watch my Dad play music and wanted to be just like him. We were pretty close when we were growing up.