Mark and Sloop Family,
So very sorry for the delay in hearing about the passing of your dad. Greg and I were fortunate to have met him while at Stockton. He was a very nice man and your obituary does a wonderful job of revealing his wonderful accomplishments and positive attitude throughout his life. We should all strive to live that way. Much sympathy to all of you.
Greg and Julie Dishman
Candy, so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. He certainly lived a wonderful life.
Dick Baldwin, from Big A auto parts in Mission back in the eighty's.
Dear Mrs. Sloop, Candice and Mark,
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. He will always be with you, in your heart, mind and soul! May God Bless you! Sincerely Mark and Beth Schulte
Dear Mary, Candy and family,
My prayers are with you. Your family has done so much for so many. Please accept our love and affection at this time. As you honor your Dad, I am sure that he is very pleased. Blessings in your time of sorrow.
so sorry for your loss. what a life he did live. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the family. from Floyd jr. & Charlene Bowman
Dear Marianne and family,
I was sorry to hear of Dick's passing. What a lot of good memories of Countryside, City Council, fishing at the pond in Farley all came flooding back! He was a gentleman in every sense of the word. Ruth and I are sorry for your (and our) loss.
Dick was the nephew of my step-grandfather, who I loved very much, Ellison Sloop. I am sorry for your loss and he sounds as if he had a great attitude about life.
Marianne, Becky, Candy & Mark: We are so sorry for your loss but 101...wow! Dick did live a long and respected life. Please let us know if you need anything!
Byron & Norma Hawk
Dick, indeed, was a true gentleman. I always enjoyed working with him and my
wife Dottie and I always looked forward
to visiting with him and his wife Marianne at the retiree luncheons.
I am grateful for the life of Mr. Sloop. Thanks to his service and to the service of others in our armed forces, my family and I have been able to lead our lives in freedom and peace.
Thank you, Mr. Sloop!
As did my father before me, I sincerely liked and respected Dick. He always treated me and my family with great warmth and kindness. My wife Shari and I will miss him and cherish the times we spent with him and family when I was a young AF lieutenant stationed at Whiteman AFB in the early 70's. Our sincerest condolences. Bill and Shari Bigsby