Vivian Pope

Sunrise: February 2, 1945

Sunset: April 14, 2018

Vivian Pope, 73, passed away on April 14, 2018 after a brief illness. She was predeceased by Delma Matthews, Sr. (father), Mabel Matthews (mother), and Delma Matthews, Jr. (brother). Vivian is survived by her sister, brother, three children, six grandchildren, two nieces, and many nephews. Vivian was a proud graduate of Booker T. Washington High School in Norfolk, Virginia. She attended Norfolk State University and for thirty-nine years, she worked for the U.S. Postal Service.

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    Shavee’ Banks says

    On behalf of the USPS (600 Church street Norfolk, VA) we pray that in this difficult time, God gives you the strength and courage to bear the loss of your loved one.It was really a joy to work in the presence of Ms.Vivian and we will never forget the warmth her smile brought to the USPS everyday. She was a very dedicated and hard worker as she had been employed with us for 39 years before she retired.We wish to express our sympathy in your loss and to let you know that our thoughts and prayers are with each and every one of you. I personally won’t forget how she encouraged me and gave me hugs whenever she saw me. May we all take comfort in knowing there is one more angel above us. ❤️

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    Vivian Pope will be greatly missed a very special person , Kind and caring. To say this most might think this is a small thing to say , But for those of us working at the Post Office in Norfolk , Virginia this is a great thing to say. So to a family that was surrounded by the love of a GREAT LADY I join you in your loss. God’s blessing be with you at this time .

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    Elvin and Paula Taylor and Family says

    On behalf of the Taylor family, Ms. Vivian Pope I know indeed will be greatly missed. She was a great woman and you could see that from afar by her works. To pull a silver lining in this deepest of hurts is to understand that her greatness was instilled in her sons her daughter and her grandchildren, so in essence we can pray for strength in this difficult situation and may she continue to live on through her offspring. God Bless the family and stay strong. I love you all.

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