Thomas "Pop-Pop" Flood

February 4, 1944February 9, 2021

Thomas "Pop-Pop" P. Flood, 77, of Exeter Township passed away on Tuesday, February 9, 2021. Born February 4, 1944 in Coatesville, PA he was a son to the late Ernest and Ruth (Cochran) Flood.

Thomas was a graduate of Scott High School, Coatesville; where he was a star basketball and baseball player. He also proudly served in the U.S Army. Thomas was employed by Cyclop Corp., as a computer programmer for over 26 years; and by Exeter School District, as a bus driver for 10 years.

Thomas was a faithful member of North Star United Methodist Church, Exeter. He was also a member of Skyline Drive Corvette club and Arrowhead Golf Club; where he enjoyed playing golf daily. He enjoyed going to car shows and parades in his 2012 orange corvette. Thomas was also recently inducted into the Tri County softball league hall of fame.

Thomas was an amazing and loving husband, father and grandfather (Pop-Pop). He had a heart of gold and was full of life. He will be eternally loved and missed.

"What a blessing to share this wonderful journey with you." Always and forever, your loving wife, Darlene.

Thomas' spirit will be carried on by his loving and devoted wife of 52 years, Darlene (Dunmoyer) Flood. The couple had true faith in each other provided the strength of their life long bond ! Thomas' spirit will also be carried on by his son Jerry Flood and his wife Julie, of Reading; grandaughter Chayse Flood and brother John Flood, of Reading.

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the staff of Auman's Inc., Reiffton. A memorial celebration of Thomas' life will be scheduled at a later date, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Thomas' memory may be made to NorthStar United Methodist Church, PO Box 4487, Reading, PA 19606,

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Flood family.


  • Ernest Flood, Father (deceased)
  • Ruth (Cochran) Flood, Mother (deceased)
  • Darlene (Dunmoyer) Flood, Wife
  • Jerry Flood, Son
  • Julie Flood, Daughter-in-law
  • Chayse Flood, Grandaughter
  • John Flood, Brother


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Thomas "Pop-Pop" Flood

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Hal & Debbie Ziegler

February 22, 2021

To Darlene and Family,
We are so sorry to hear about the passing of a time like this words seem to fail..... Zig and I have fond memories of Tommy through their younger years concerning their love and playing of sports. Our guys were always very competitive, but showed good sportsmanship, loved those fun days and friendship....I also remember you Darlene from younger years growing up in the same neighborhood . Then you and Tommy being together through many beautiful and blessed years of marriage. You two were also a customer at a bank I worked for in Exton, and it was always great seeing you and waiting on you. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time and we pray you and your family find peace and comfort in the treasured memories you shared together.
RIP our friend 🙏🏻✝️
With heartfelt sympathy and love
The Ziegler’s
Zig & Debbie

Bill Mendenhall

February 22, 2021

Tom and I played many ball games, sometimes on the same team, other times on opposing teams. We started on the Scott High School team, adult baseball league, Wagontown Flyers softball team and various other county softball teams. Tom had a very competitive nature but was also a gentleman win or lose. He was a great hitter and excellent outfielder. I will always remember our times playing ball. My condolences to Darlene and the family in the loss of Tom.

jessica schach

February 21, 2021

My first day on the job at Exeter as a driver was the first time I met Tom. He was the one person who enthusiastically welcomed me to our job. He was the one who always had a smile on his face for everyone. He will always be the person I think of in my memories of that first day.
We hurt for your loss but rejoice with Tom and his new life. He has stepped out of the constraints of time and space and is waiting to show you things you can't even imagine.
Love you

John Jessica and Pat

Ray & Dolores Hess

February 19, 2021

We want to let the Flood family know that our thoughts and prayers are with them. You were great neighbors and friends. The whole neighborhood couldn't wait for the progressive dinner each year to find out what kind of excursion or trouble you two (mostly Tom) got into. They were fun. Plus good memories of Lynne babysitting for him.

Shelby Gordon

February 16, 2021

So sorry to hear about Tom's passing. He was always such a great guy to everyone he came in contact . He will be greatly missed. Rest in Peace, Tommy.

Vida Zynn

February 16, 2021

Dear Darlene, so sorry to hear of Tom’s passing! He was one of a kind person! Jim and I remember just talking to the two of you at Shady Maple! May he Rest In Peace! Jim and Vida Zynn

Jay Jameson

February 15, 2021

Our deepest condolences to all the Flood family. I will always cherish the times Tom and I played Basketball together at the High School , Grange Halls and Barns in and around Coatesville. You were a great Basketball player, friend and Classmate. RIP

Thomas Wickersham

February 13, 2021

As a best friend of Jerry’s , I can say that “Mr. Flood” was his biggest fan! He and Mrs. Flood were at every game I can remember from Little League through Jerry playing basketball in college. He was such a positive force in our lives, always giving us hints and pointers that could improve our play, but mostly just being there for support. I miss the days of sleepovers where you could count on him greeting you with a hi-five and laughing until bedtime. He was truly a great man who will be missed, but remembered fondly. Rest In Peace, Mr. Flood.

Denise Mannino

February 13, 2021

What a joy to have Darlene and Tom as my relatives! Tom could always get us to laugh, and it was special sharing family memories.
Rest In Peace, Tom

John Phelan

February 13, 2021

I met Tom a number of years ago at North Star United Methodist Church. Talking to Tom was always a joy, for his gentle smile and positive yet quiet vibe was always reassuring. The loving, caring, and pleasant demeanor he and Darlene exuded was always authentic and inspiring. He will be greatly missed. Love, prayers, and hugs to Darlene and the entire Flood family. You are in my prayers.