Lets take a walk down memory lane to McComas, West Virginia a
many people CALLED HOME at one time.
Although we no longer live there we'll never forget the time we spent there.
2014 McComas Memory Walk
will be held on Saturday, April 26, 2014 10 am - 3 pm
at the Old Pinnacle Elementary School which is now the Crane Creek Pentecostal
Please come and renew some old friendships and make some new ones. Pass the word to anyone having a connection with McComas to come and enjoy the day.
The PHC Church will once again be selling lunch to the attendees.
If you have any old photos or stories please bring them and share with other attendees.
2013 McComas Memory Walk Pictures by Patricia Smith
2012 McComas Memory Walk
Pictures by Patricia Smith
article written by Kate Coil from Bluefield Daily Telegraph on April 29, 2012 read more...
Old Photo of Red Hollow at McComas. This photo was found in a trunk of an elderly lady who passed in on to Elbert "Dizzy" Harris who shared it with me and my viewers on this website. Timeframe - early 1900s. posted 2/10/2011
New Photos added July 10, 2012
Crane Creek Elementary School, Church and the Mariotti House and
Crane Creek School, Methodist Church, Mariotti House and Store (in the picture above) taken from the Dickson porch across the road -- photo supplied by Judy Cole Dodd
Old Pinnacle Elementary School
photo supplied by Diane Hedrick. Her father and grandfather both
lived and worked at McComas
written by Diane "My dad who is now 87 years old was born in McComas,
West Virginia in 1924. He has quite a lot of interesting stories about
that area that he has shared with us kids over the years. I do believe he
has a few old pictures of the town also, but I'm not real sure about
that........ My grandfather, my dad's dad, moved from Italy to
McComas, West Virginia to get a job. The family possibly lived in McComas
for over 10 years. My grandfather became a naturalized citizen in 1929 in
My memories of McComas were instilled in me in a large part by my
mother Helen Ann Huffman Spicer. The early beginnings of this
website were inspired by all she introduced me to before her untimely
death in 1957. So I dedicate this website and all it's
beautiful memories to my mother. She loved McComas and all the friends she had there.
webmaster Patty "Spicer" Smith