Panama City News-Herald Feb. 16, 1970
JOHN H. POPE SR. Funerac services for John H. Pope Sr., 76, of Overstreet, Fla., who died Sunday mornmp, m a Port St Joe hospital, wil be held at 3 p.m. today (EST) in First Bqoptist Church of Port St. Joe (With the Rev. C. Byron Smith conducting Burial will follow in Holly Hill Cemetery A c t i v e pallbearers include Johnn .Whltfield, Archie Marshall, Henry Maige Milton Strength, Alto Hardy, ond Will i ouqhby Whttfield. Honorary pallbeaers e l u d e Warren Whitfield and Rolan Hardy Mr. Pope v/as a native of Blounts town, but had lived in Gulf County for ' past 30 years. He was a retired radio I patcher for the White City Forestry Ser ! vice, a post had he had held for 17 His survivors include- wife, Mary E I Pope, Overstreef, three daughters, Mrs Roy L Burch, of Port St. Joe, Mrs. Dorothy Hart of Biloxi, Miss and Mrs. Charles M Furmage of Fort Walton Beach, six sons, Clarence Pope, Allee Pope, Edward Pope, and Graver Pope, ! ail of Pensacola ond Bobb/ Wayne of Oversireet; sister, Mrs. Francis of Jacksonville; and several grand' cnildren and qreat grandchildren. , PREVATT FUNERAL HOM.S Port St. Joe 227-247!