L. D. "Buddy" Napper
January 29, 1925 - March 6, 2013
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Kilpatrick Funeral Home
1200 Lamy Lane
Monroe, LA 71201
318-323-9611 | Map
Kilpatrick Funeral Home
1200 Lamy Lane
Monroe, LA 71201
318-323-9611 | Map
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Laurice Dean “Buddy” Napper Kilpatrick Funeral Home Ruston, LA Laurice Dean “Buddy” Napper, a Ruston politician, attorney and professor passed away on Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at his home in Ruston, LA. He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Sara Ann Baskin Napper; children Suzan and Wallace Martin of Ruston; Katherine and James…

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Linda C. Goodwin left a message on July 30, 2013:
Mr. Napper was very kind to me and I would have stayed with Napper & Madden had other circumstances not occurred in my personal life. Mr. Napper gave me confidence and responsibility - both of which I carry with me to this day. I am still a legal secretary - now working in Dallas. He was a gentleman to me and I've thought of him often through the years. My sympathies to his family and friends.
Carol Ross left a message on April 1, 2013:
Susan, I was your 9th grade student teacher in English at Ruston High School and I remember you well. I danced with your dad at the inaugural ball for F. Jay Taylor in '62 or '63. He was a nice man and so very proud of you. I'm sorry for your loss and hope you're doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. William Baugh, Jr. left a message on March 8, 2013:
Buddy was a fine man, a friend, a mentor, and Best Man in our wedding. We will miss him and May he rest in Peace.
Bill & Barbara Tubre left a message on March 7, 2013:
Buddy Napper was a man of great character and integrity, and a role model in many ways. He gave much to Lincoln Parish and beyond for many years, and we feel truly privileged to have known him. We offer our warmest condolences to the Napper family.
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Patsy Hammons left a message on March 7, 2013:
Mr Napper and my mother went to school together in Simsboro. In 1966, shortly after completing business school, I accompanied her to the Lincoln Parish courthouse where we saw Mr Napper. She introduced me to him and told him I was looking for a job. Shortly after that, he called me for an interview at his law office and I was hired to work for his partner, Mr Waltman. Up until that time, no one would hire me because I had no work experience. I've always been grateful to Mr Napper for giving me my first break in the working world. He was a fine man. My heartfelt sympathy to his family for their great loss.
Kristen Derryberry left a message on March 7, 2013:
May he rest and you have peace.
Fred and Daphne Jewell left a message on March 7, 2013:
We love you all. Please know that we have been, and will continue, thinking of you. We will always remember Mr. Buddy the gentleman and Mrs. Napper his lady sitting at Burger King eating breakfast on the weekends. We always hoped that we would be as happy, and dedicated to one another, as you two always were in our eyes. Doc and Mr. Buddy had some really special times on the golf course, especially the time he invited him to go to Dallas/Fort Worth to play! Know that this man touched our family in ways that really cannot be expressed in words. All our love, Doc and Daphne
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
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