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Sidney Pope

Place of birth: Greenville, AL

Sidney passed away June 22nd, 2016 at the age of 80. He was born, February 23rd 1936 to Joseph and Ollie (Banks) Pope. He was a US Marine Veteran that served his country proudly. Sidney married Sandra Hardin on April 12th, 1985; along with two young boys, who later took his surname. He was a loving husband, father, and grandfather.Sidney is survived by his wife, Sandra of Lewisville, TX; sons Denny and Danny Pope of Denton, TX; grandchildren Wesley, Taylor, Morgan, McKenzie, Gabrielle, Rylee, Brianna, and Natalie; sisters Mary Mixon, Eloise Banks-Pope, and Bernice Pope-Beck; numerous nieces and nephews.He graduated Robertsdale High School, in Alabama, and entered Marine basic training in 1954. He qualified as a Field Artillery Forward Observer in the Marines, and completed his service, in 1958, achieving rank of Sergeant. He graduated Auburn University with a Bachelor of Aeronautical Administration, in 1962. He soon started work at LTV Aerospace in Engineering Planning. Sidney soon took an interest in computer programming and, after two years of night classes, embarked on a 32-year career in programing. He chose to remain actively employed, even after retirement, as a special needs school bus driver.

Funeral Notice Detail

Sidney passed away June 22, 2016 at Denton Regional Hospital.

A Memorial Service will be held at

Dallas Fort Worth National Cemetery

2000 Mountain Creek Parkway

Dallas , TX 75211

On: Jul 08, 2016 — At: 11:00 AM

2 Responses

  • Sandria Minnitt On

    I'm so sorry to hear about your lost. Sid was a very enjoyable person to work with. I work with Sid at the Coppell Service Center in Transportation. My prayers are with the entire family for strength.

  • Pat Jackson On

    Sorry for your loss of "Pop" and husband. We were saddened also to hear he had been so ill. Sid was an important part of our family for many years. He and Ed were inseparable in the early 60's and 70's; and our daughter whom he called "PJ" could hardly wait to see her "Uncle Sid"--best playmate and attention giver ever! We traveled together for work and vacations and Sid ultimately came to live with us for a while. My favorite memory was during that time. I was so tired after a day at school and came home to find Sid had been busy cleaning all day and just finished mopping the kitchen. What a blessing for a tired working mom! There are many great memories from our travels thru the years that I could write a book, but will be content to keep them in my heart. Prayers for all of you as you cope with this tremendous loss. I know you all gave him much pleasure during your time with him. Sincerely, Pat


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