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Donald McCombs




Premier Properties of South Central Kentucky

Donald McCombs was born and raised in Edmonson County on his parents’ farm with his grandparents living across the street. He is proud of the values and work ethic he was taught and carries them with him throughout life. Donald attended WKU and has worked in Warren County most of his professional career. In 2000 he served as president of Leadership Bowling Green and gained a deeper insight and respect of BG.

Donald has a background in construction and sales, but it wasn’t until five years ago he decided to pursue a long forgotten dream of becoming a realtor. Once getting his real estate license, he went on to get his principle auctioneer’s license. A motto in his family and circle of friends is “Making Memories” and he takes great satisfaction in helping his clients find a home to make memories for years to come.

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