Paul McComas who is mostly known for his TikTok and Reels about wholesaling houses is being reported to have passed away on Tuesday evening August 30 as per a statement by his family.
Paul McComas Wife & Children
Paul was married to Roxanne McComas and the couple has six children plus one who is yet to be born. The two celebrated their wedding on July 28, 2014, as per their Facebook and they reside in Spencer, Tennessee.
Paul McComas GoFundMe
A GoFundMe page has been set up to help them as they come to terms with the sudden passing of Paul. The crowdfunding page which is organized by Roxanne McComas reads, “My husband, Paul McComas, is no longer with us. I’m asking for help to pay for funeral/memorial expenses. He leaves behind a pregnant wife and six kids. Any donation is greatly appreciated. If you’re unable to help financially, prayers for my family as we grieve this horrible tragedy is all I’m asking for! Thank you so much.”
Paul describes himself on Linkedin as the Tiktok Dude That Sells Paper & Stuff. One of his latest activities is titled, ‘Would you pay a “coach” a few thousand dollars if you knew that coach has only been wholesaling since the beginning of last year?’
Paul McComas Education
For his education, he went to Columbia Sothern University for a Master of Science – MS in Organizational leadership from 2019 to 2021 as per his Linkedin. He also has a Master of Business Administration MBA, Bachelor of Applied Science – MASc Information Technology, and an Associate of Science – AS – in Business Administration and Management, General at Columbia Sothern University.
Paul McComas Death & Cause
Paul died on Tuesday evening, August 30, 2022, as per a statement released by his family. His cause of death was not disclosed in the statement confirming the death.
Jayanne Welch who is related to Paul wrote on Facebook, “My brother-in-law Paul McComas was suddenly taken from us yesterday evening. He leaves behind 6 amazing children and another on the way. My sister and her family need all the prayers they can get.”