Paul Joseph Nappo
May 7, 1950-Dec. 13, 2011
Paul was born and raised in Oakland, CA and was a longtime resident of Pleasanton, Ca. He passed away peacefully December 13, 2011 surrounded by his family. He was preceded in death by his father, Joseph Angelo Nappo and in-laws Rudolph and Evalyn Peters. Paul was a devoted, loving husband, father and Nonno to wife Debra, daughter Stephanie (Josh), son Nicholas and granddaughter Hayden. Loving son to Frances Nappo, brother Thomas (Faye), Marilyn and Marlene (Ted) brother in law to David (Laurie), Denise and Ron (Christina). Favorite and adored uncle to many nieces and nephews as well as communal father to countless others. He also leaves behind many loyal, devoted lifelong friends. Paul was a proud member of Fratellanza Men's Italian Club and a devoted machinist at Koffler Electrical. His greatest joy's were outdoor activities, music, playing with the kids, time with family and friends and being with the love of his life, Debra!
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From RaeAnne and Michael Caires
Dec. 31, 2011
We extend our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Paul Nappo at this difficult time.
From Mary Delaney and Mom, Gloria
Dec. 31, 2011
Dear Debbie and family, Mom and I were so sad to read of Paul's passing and we just wanted to envelope you in our arms and prayers to comfort you, Paul's mom and your children. It was such luck that we got to reconnect with him and to meet you and his family like we did. He was always so likable, even in high school, he was always so full of himself and life, he just kind of seemed to plow through life with such gusto. Mom would come home every once in a while and say "i just saw Paul Nappo", it was always "Paul Nappo" not just "Paul", as if we knew many,no,just one. I expected him to show up at our door and make us laugh as he did a few times. You made a wonderful couple, hope to see you around, take care, we have you in our thoughts and prayers.
From From Ed Murdock
Dec. 30, 2011
The Murdock family extends its prayers and condolenses to the Nappo family. I was fortunate to have known Paul in High School and, no matter how many years had passed, each time we met Paul was always warm and friendly, and we would talk about the grreat loves in our lives-our wives and family. I always thought he was a great example of a loving husband and father. Paul you are greatly missed and we hope your family finds peace in their love for one another, the beautiful memories of you, and the hope our Heavenly Father offers.
From Barb and Chuy Aguilera
Dec. 28, 2011
It has been such a great pleasure to have known Paul in this lifetime. We have so many fun memories that will last a lifetime with the Friendship Feast parties at his home. Our thoughts, prayers,and hugs go to his family. Paul you will be missed, till we all meet again, may your spirit be among all of us....God Bless