PoP's Southern American: PoP Aaron has done his duty.


PoP Aaron has done his duty.

PoP Aaron has done his duty.
It is with sadness to learn of the passing of Tommy "PoP" Aaron.  He was an example of a die-hard and faithful Southern patriot; a Southern American, as he preferred to be called.  PoP was a humble man and shunned calling attention to himself.  His good works, enthusiasm and pleasant personality drew his friends to him for advice and camaraderie.  His enemies are those who work against the things PoP loved so much.  He endeared himself to the Confederate community with numerous web sites and blogs.  His Christian demeanor was never  called into question, as he was quick to praise his Lord.  He was stern, but gentlemanly-strong,and never overbearing.  His dedication to Tennessee Confederate Flaggers  allowed a voice be given to the Confederate veterans who have been maligned by slander.  He welcomed debate, but in keeping with his character, demanded it be clean with documented facts only.  He spent over forty years “fighting those people”, as he referred to those who tarnished the legacy of the men who fought for our beloved South.  The man from East Ridge, Tennessee has done his duty to his God and to the Southland.  May we follow his example.


Blogger Maria said...

Bill , Ow , that's bad news !!! I have e-mailed with Pop since last year , even sent him the movie The Last Confederate ,Pop was very happy with .Rest In Peace brother .Willie- Belgium
PS : what's gonna happen with this blog ?? Hope somebody will keeping this alive ? PS2 this is the blog of my wife ,
If you want to mail me :

June 19, 2013 at 4:25 PM  
Blogger Bill Hicks said...

Maria, his blogs will be maintained by those PoP trusted with them. This will be done with love and respect. Prayers, please.

July 8, 2013 at 1:21 PM  
Blogger bret sovine said...

A good man. We are all the poorer with his passing.

September 17, 2013 at 8:16 AM  
Blogger Bearsup said...

Sharon and I first met Tommy on Internet metal detecting forums and finally had a chance greet him, Linda and their son Che face to face in 1998 when we visited Chattanooga. They were so nice to us, taking us detecting and explaining the historical significance of the ground on which we hunted. We will always remember him as the true dedicated gentleman of southern hospitality. We had lost touch over the years are are so saddened to now learn of his passing. God speed you PoP. Rest well, thou good and faithful servant. The South lives on in the good deeds you have done.

Lee and Sharon from Alaska

March 13, 2014 at 1:30 AM  

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