Kermit Rudolph Pope

March 4, 1921April 20, 2014

Arrangements under the direction of Demaine Funeral Home, Springfield, VA.



  • Visitation Saturday, April 26, 2014
  • Funeral Service Thursday, May 15, 2014


  • Interment with Full Military Honors

Kermit Rudolph Pope

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May 14, 2014

Sorry to hear of Rudy's death - Jackie called us. Wish we could be their with you.
Norma Lee Sponaugle and Family

April 30, 2014

May the Lord be close to you in this time of sorrow.
May the Lord gently help you through each and every day, especially the ones that seem hardest and longest.
May the Lord comfort you to ease your sadness, and to give you strength for the days ahead.
May the Lord give you hope and as you feel the pain of loss, may his promise of eternal life console your heart.
Much Love, The Frappier Family

April 26, 2014

There is never an age, we will not miss such a wonderful love one, it always seem too soon. May, you find comfort with family and friends as well as having so many happy memories & prayers to fill your hearts forever. May, it be comforting to know that you can call on God & his tender mercies will carry you through your sorrows.

Mary Jane Swanson

April 26, 2014

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Pope Family that I had the pleasure of knowing for many years coming in to the dental office.

April 23, 2014

A true friend and honorable man. Always ready to go that extra mile to help anyone. Our over forty years of friendship will remain with me until my dying day. Rest in peace old friend. Dutch and Virginia Heiney

April 23, 2014

Pope Family -

Your father was (and is) one of the greatest men I have ever known. A true Virginia Gentleman across the board - always kind hearted, sweet, encouraging, he would actually smile at you with just his eyes. A decorated WWII veteran who survived being shot down in a B17 and from being a German POW. Yet you would never know it by his boyish personality and gentle nature.

It is always a sad day when we lose the quality of a man like Colonel Rudy Pope. But we take great joy in knowing he is with the Lord and his bride. It was a priviledge being able to grow up around him, and to know him as an adult. I look forward to seeing him again. This is not goodbye...just a 'see you later'. Celebrate his life, as it was a life well lived.

Blessings from the Mancini Family.