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Beverly Hills Turns Out In Droves For Celebration Of Byron Pope’s Retirement

BYE BYE, BYRON — Byron Pope at his retirement celebration Wednesday at Greystone Mansion stands amidst what he terms as “a small part of the Southern California Pope Family along with their spouses.” Pope added: “My father was one of eight children. There are three living uncles and two living aunts in their late 70s and 80s. Half of the ‘Pope Clan’ lives in California and the other half still reside in Louisiana. My dad’s family hails from Ringgold, Louisiana.”

Posted Thursday, October 11, 2018 - 6:42 pm

By Victoria Talbot

City Clerk Byron Pope is retiring after 18 years of service to the City of Beverly Hills at the end of the month and over 175 residents, commissioners, mayors, former commissioners and mayors, BHPD and BHFD, including two retired Fire Chiefs, fellow City Clerks and a host of extended family members honored him with a dinner at Greystone Mansion Wednesday.

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