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Obituary for Justin Gary Napper

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Justin Gary Napper

November 27, 1982 - September 7, 2012

Justin Gary Napper, 29, passed away on September 7, 2012 at McKay Dee Hospital. He was born on November 27, 1982 in Ogden, Utah to Gary and Chris Alexander Napper. He graduated from Ben Lomond High School.Justin enjoyed hunting, fishing and spending time with his son Gage. Justin is survived by his father, Gary Napper, brother, Alex Napper and son Gage Napper. He was preceded in death by his mother, Chris A. Napper. Graveside services will be held at Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch, 1718 Combe Road, Ogden, on Friday, September 14, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the charity of your choice in Justin’s name. Please send us your condolences and a memory at


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Date: Friday, September 14, 2012

Time: 11:00 am -

Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch


1718 Combe Road , , Ogden, UT,

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Born: November 27, 1982
Died: September 7, 2012

Condolences for Justin Gary Napper

Cassandra Garcia posted on 9/16/12

Justin, You will be missed by so many little brother. may you rest in peace. I know you'll always be shinning down i miss and love you tons


Jill Bryan Berni posted on 9/15/12

Gary, I'm so sorry for the loss of your son. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.


Brian Hood posted on 9/14/12

Gary,So sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you brother. Nothing can take awayyour pain or suffering, but remember how much you are loved and how many friends that are there for you.Justin is in a much better place now and I know he will be missed, but Chris will take good care of him until you can all be united again.Brian Hood


Michael Stewart posted on 9/13/12

Gary: Again, I am so sorry for your loses, for both your wife and now your son. I hope that at some point you will be able to heal and continue on with your life. When things get bad the only thing that can happen is that it has to get better. I will continue to to pray for you and the rest of your family.


Tom & Vicki Nielsen posted on 9/13/12

We remember Justin growing up on our street, we watched as he receivedhis Eagle Scout Award, we remember him being such a nice young man,he was always very polite. Kris and Gary were so very proud of him. Justin and Alex were the light of Kris' life. And when she looked at Gary her whole face lit up.We are so very sorry to here about yoiur loss. We are out of town until monday but we will come see we guys as soon as we get home. Our love and devotion are with you. Please don't ever forget your loving Heavenly Father and he will get you though this.


Sherri Roby posted on 9/12/12

So sorry for your loss.


Brennan posted on 9/12/12

thoughts and prayers to Justin's family, such a great kid and such a sad loss. The type of great soul you dont need to know long in order to realize what an amazing kid he was. MUCH LOVE AND RESPECT FROM THE 603!


Tamera Moss posted on 9/12/12

Heather and I truly feel a loss with Justins passing. He left many memories in our hearts, he will be missed! I know that he is in a much better place now and will be watched over by his mom.. He will always remain a memory in our hearts.. We love you Justin! R.I.P


Jolena Owens posted on 9/12/12

For the time that I knew Justin I can say he was an Awesome guy so funny and kind he could always make you smile, ones you meet Justin you don't forget him. The last time we talked he said he - hoped everything was going the way you want it to and if It's not then keep trying =) - I will never forget those words, Justin will be missed by so many my heart go's out to all his friends, family and his son that he loved so much.


Matt Housley posted on 9/12/12

Justin was one of my best friends. He was fiercely loyal to his friends. This world lost one of its most beautiful souls as he moved on to a better place and rejoined his Mom. The good times I had with Stin will never be forgotten. He will be missed more than I can express. I am proud to say that Justin was my friend.


Chandra Bell posted on 9/12/12

Gary and Alex,I am so sad for the loss of Justin. Please know you are both in my thoughts and prayers. I will not be able to make it to the service on Friday but I will come see you Gary in the near future. I hope you both find peace in knowing that Chris was waiting for her precious son with open arms. They will be watching over you both. Please call if you need anything. Much love to you. Chandra Bell


Paula Obray Bell posted on 9/12/12

I am so sorry for the loss of your son Gary. May God'sblessings be with you and your family.


Sue Kopinski posted on 9/12/12

Justin you will be missed by many, many friends and your family. This is truly a sad loss for all of us. You will be with your mom again and will light heaven up with your great smile. Your son has a great mommy that will take great care of him. Love you bud. RIP


Robin Conley Lambourne posted on 9/12/12

My heart goes out to you and your family. I know the hardest thing in life is to lose a child. I lived down the street from our parents house. I went to school with Theresa and Julie. I have also lost a son. It is not easy going through life without them. There is not a day that you don't think of them. The only thing that kept me going is to keep there memory alive and the signs I recieved that they are closer than we know. For my self I knew I was going to sink or swim. Believe me sometimes your just surviving barely. My prayers are with you this breaks my heart that you and your family has to go through this. Love Robin Conley Lambourne


Roger and Denise Tree posted on 9/11/12

Gary ande AlexI am so sorry for your lose. I cannot imagine the pain and sadness you must be feeling right now. He was so young. Please don't hesitate to let us know if you need anything. You are in our thoughts and prayers.God Bless you.Rog and Denise Tree


Julie and Kent Killpack Jeff Killpack and Nikki Pierce posted on 9/11/12

Gary and Alex,We are so sad to hear of Justin's passing. When we moved to 5th St, he was the first person we met in the neighborhood. He was riding his big wheel like a bat out of hell up and down the street. LOLJustin and Jeff became fast friends. Who can forget the karate, boy scouts and boy scout trips? And the camping trips he took with our family to the Uinta's....he and Jeff could fish the whole day long!!Justin was always one of the most polite friends Jeff had, he always said "please" and "thank-you."We are going to miss him and our hearts and prayers go out to you and your family.Love, The Killpack family