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Carl S. Napps
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Carl Sheats Napps 88, died Monday, December 3, 2012 He was born in Decatur, Alabama, the son of the late Carl Corbitt and Lulu Napps. He attended schools in Alabama and Kentucky and enrolled in Centre College of Kentucky. A year later he entered the army in the ASTP program. Later he was in the …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I had the pleasure of working under Mr. Napps for 10 years until his retirement. I will always remember how he would make us feel like family. He respected each and every one of us just as we all respected him. He was a perfect example of how to be an administrator, co-worker, and friend all at the same time. I will never forget the Christmas parties we would have at the hospital, they went on all day long. Cafeteria staff would provide snacks, finger foods and drinks, and hospital staff would provide entertainment such as singing, short skits, playing of musical instruments, or joke telling. Everyone was encouraged to stop by before and after work shifts and during lunch and breaks. I will also never forget Mr. Napps in the wild wig and fake red nose that he would wear during the parties. He was a very kind and down to earth man and has never been forgotten by staff that worked at the hospital in those days, and continue to do so, and never will be.
Kandis Jenkins left a message on December 8, 2012:
In honor of Carl S. Napps, Kandis Jenkins lit a candle.
Veerle Foreman left a message on December 5, 2012:
Carl was one of Michael's favorite people. Rotary will never be same without the two of them. I hope they have found each other and are enjoying each others company. My thoughts are with you. Veerle Foreman
Sherri Sisk left a message on December 5, 2012:
I had the pleasure of working under Mr. Napps for 10 years until his retirement. I will always remember how he would make us feel like family. He respected each and every one of us just as we all respected him. He was a perfect example of how to be an administrator, co-worker, and friend all at the same time. I will never forget the Christmas parties we would have at the hospital, they went on all day long. Cafeteria staff would provide snacks, finger foods and drinks, and hospital staff would provide entertainment such as singing, short skits, playing of musical instruments, or joke telling. Everyone was encouraged to stop by before and after work shifts and during lunch and breaks. I will also never forget Mr. Napps in the wild wig and fake red nose that he would wear during the parties. He was a very kind and down to earth man and has never been forgotten by staff that worked at the hospital in those days, and continue to do so, and never will be.
Sherri Sisk left a message on December 5, 2012:
In honor of Carl S. Napps, Sherri Sisk lit a candle.
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Edie McGoff left a message on December 5, 2012:
In honor of Carl S. Napps, Edie McGoff lit a candle.
Susie (Coulson) Anderson left a message on December 4, 2012:
In honor of Carl S. Napps, Susie (Coulson) Anderson lit a candle.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I served as an administrative intern under the tutelage of Carl through the MHA program at Medical College of Virginia. He was one of a kind. An man who challenged people to do their best and then some. He did so with humility, humor, and an incomparable insight into people. I will always remember his smile. I did see him angry once, at me, but it was well deserved. I am no longer in the health care field, but think surprisingly often of him. I was sorry to learn of his passing. Yours in Rotary, Carl. David Hanlin Hagerstown, MD
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Carl was one of Michael's favorite people. Rotary will never be same without the two of them. I hope they have found each other and are enjoying each others company. My thoughts are with you. Veerle Foreman
David Hanlin left a message on December 10, 2012:
I served as an administrative intern under the tutelage of Carl through the MHA program at Medical College of Virginia. He was one of a kind. An man who challenged people to do their best and then some. He did so with humility, humor, and an incomparable insight into people. I will always remember his smile. I did see him angry once, at me, but it was well deserved. I am no longer in the health care field, but think surprisingly often of him. I was sorry to learn of his passing. Yours in Rotary, Carl. David Hanlin Hagerstown, MD
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