George William LaCombe
1947 - 2021
BORN
1947
DIED
February 4, 2021
GEORGE W. LACOMBE, 73, passed away at Nathan Adelson Hospice on February 4th, 2021, after a yearlong cancer battle. He was born in Berlin, N.H. on March 8th, 1947. He served his country in the USAF for over 22 years, retiring to serve the Las Vegas community as an AFJROTC Instructor at Rancho and Palo Verde High Schools for 20 years. He and his family welcomed international exchange students Berto, Jussi, Uli, Victor and Benni into their home and hearts. In retirement he enjoyed travel, family, and playing Senior Softball with the LVSSA. Preceded in death by father, Joseph Antonio, mother Margaret (Meehan), and sister Patricia. He is survived by his wife Nancy of 47 years, son Benjamin (Tiffany), daughter Jennifer Bucher (Michael), sister Mary Bruni, brother Peter (Joyce), nephew Tony (Mina), niece Peggy (Dave), nephew John (Laura), and grandchildren Layla, Lacey, Keaton, and Colette. Donations can be given in his honor to Epicenter Food Pantry at Christ Church Episcopal, Galilee Camp and Conference Center, or a charity of choice. Private service will be held at So. Nevada Veteran's Cemetery, Boulder City. Services are pending.


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Published by Las Vegas Review-Journal on Feb. 14, 2021.
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Nancy and family, my deepest sympathies and heartfelt sorrow for your loss. I remember George always having a warm smile and easy conversations, no matter where we "ran into" each other. I know you have faced a challenging year, in so many ways. My prayer is for you to find comfort, peace and rest in your memories and with the love of family and friends. Mary Beth (from Ronzone days)
Mary Beth Van Winkle
February 15, 2021
Dearest LaCombe family: No words can express how sorry I am that you have lost your beloved husband , father , grandfather and best friend ! I always remember him with a smile on his face every time I encountered you with him Nancy! I just want you to know , you have been in my prayers and I will continue to ask God to help you all to get through the coming days. He may not be there physically, but know his spirit will always surround you with his love! Kathleen McConnon Colleague - Mabel Hoggard
Kathleen McConnon
February 14, 2021