Claremore, Oklahoma – After 14 years of exceptional leadership, Wayne McCombs, the esteemed head of the J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Gun Museum, will be bidding farewell to his remarkable career. To commemorate his outstanding contributions, a retirement celebration has been organized for Tuesday, June 27th, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the museum located in downtown Claremore.
The retirement event promises to be an afternoon filled with appreciation and heartfelt farewells for Wayne McCombs, whose tireless efforts have greatly enriched the museum and its exhibits. Throughout his tenure, McCombs played a pivotal role in expanding the museum’s collection, fostering community engagement, and elevating its reputation as a cultural landmark in Oklahoma.
Among the distinguished guests expected to grace the event is Lieutenant Governor Matt Pinnell, the head of Oklahoma Tourism. The Lt. Governor’s address is scheduled for 5:15 p.m., providing an opportune moment for attendees to reflect on Wayne’s enduring legacy.
The retirement celebration is open to all who wish to honor Wayne McCombs and his invaluable contributions to the museum and the community. Guests will have the chance to personally extend their well wishes and share their fond memories with Wayne during this special occasion. The event promises to be an unforgettable gathering, uniting museum enthusiasts, colleagues, friends, and well-wishers.
The J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Gun Museum provides the perfect backdrop for the celebration. Renowned for its extensive collection of firearms and historical artifacts, the museum stands as a testament to Wayne McCombs’ unwavering commitment to preserving and promoting the rich history of firearms in America.