Napoleon N. “Nappy” Delgado

1926 ∼ 2019

Sharon Gracia Garrett of San Diego, CA wrote:

My cousins, I am so sorry for your loss. Uncle Nappy was the best. He was a great man and will be missed so much. So glad I got to see him this past August. May he Rest In Peace! My love to you my cousins and thoughts and prayers are with you always.

Marcia Rounsvile of East Wareham wrote:

Margaret and Family, Please accept my sincere sympathy and may wonderful memories help you through this difficult time Marcia

Rae Louie’s ( Olson ) of Halifax ma wrote:

My condolences to my cousins Jennifer and Margaret and Ricky so sorry for your loss. He is in heavenly peace with my mom and Auntie Jenny. Uncle Nappy as I loved to call him, was a true treasure to have in our lives and will be sorely missed. Love Rae

Linda Jeter-Diggs of Springdale, MD 20774 wrote:

It was a pleasure knowing you. I am so glad Khalid, Jerome, Denise and I were able to celebrate your 90th birthday with you. Rest in peace, Nappy.

David Gomes of Rochester, MA wrote:

To the family of Nappy, Where to begin, he was a real class act. Not sure it would be easy to fill his shoes. I remember working with him on the Falmouth High School back in the seventies. One of the many jobs that we worked on. He could work as hard as anyone and yet to look at him, it appeared that he was just cruising. So very relaxed and very neat. Someone to emulate, for sure. My condolences to his family. He may be gone, however, he will not be forgotten. Nappy, Fair winds & Godspeed, Until we meet again

Rebecca Jeter of Capital Heights, MD 20743 wrote:

I am praying for you and your family, Margaret. God bless you.

Jerome Jeter of Capital Heights, MD 20743 wrote:

Nappy, I see the Patriots spanked my team, the Redskins, on Sunday. I imagine you were elated by the win. Rest in peace, Nappy. It was great knowing you.

Daniel “Buddy” Monteiro of Wareham MA wrote:

Thank you Nappy for being a lifelong mentor to me you were a example of what a real man should be. Your kind words and support will always stay with me. I will always remember our fun trip when I took you to Patriots Place so much fun and laughter. Thankyou for being the best brother and companion to my other mom Mawie Gomes. Rest In Peace and tell my family in heaven I will see them soon. Buddy

Randy Delgado of Carver ma 02330 wrote:

I love you very much uncle nappy glad we got to spend time fishing and vacations together tell grandma I love her and I will see you on the other side

FAITH C CRUZ of Quincy, Ma wrote:

RIP.

Michelle Montrond wrote:

Nappy was a great friend with a warm heart and big smile. Rest in peace, my friend.

Jeannie Texiera of Alameda, CA wrote:

My deepest sympathies to your family. He was a really nice man, I remember his and your Mom visiting your grandmother Flora.

George A Choquette of E. Wareham wrote:

Nappy in my mind was the neatest bricklayer that local #39 had. He was always a brother to us all no one has a bad word to say about him. He will be missed but not forgotten. REST IN PEACE MY BROTHER. GEORGE CHOQUETTE

Charlie Wade of Rochester, ma wrote:

Very sorry to hear of Nappy's passing. On behalf of the Wankinquoah Rod & Gun Club we made a donation in his name to the National Kidney Foundation.

Bill Bussiere of Georgia wrote:

I was Nappy’s “Backyard Neighbor” for almost 20 years. How could anybody not love and respect this wonderful man? I put a gate on the fence that separated my back yard from his. I needed and looked forward to the contact with Nappy. I moved to another State 3 years ago and one of the main things I have always missed, was my Neighbor, Nappy. Classy, respected, loved, talented, hardworking, helpful, and so much more (I could go on and on and it still wouldn’t do Nappy justice. He was really that special). If you knew him, then you know what I’m saying is true. He made “Love thy Neighbor” an easy commandment to follow! Your former “Backyard Neighbor”, Bill Bussiere

Linda Hammond of East Wareham, MA wrote:

Margaret & family, my sincere condolences to you. I loved when your parents would ride through the pier, early evenings, and stopped to chat with me. Those small memories are in my heart forever.

Faith C. Cruz of Quincy,Ma. wrote:

Gentle on my mind. Sitting on the dock at Onset Bay, watching the tide roll away. The sun, sights, sound, smells. Reading and relax on Onset beach.Thank you for the memories.

Wandra (Boobie Roderick) Harmsen of Buzzards Bay wrote:

I was so saddened to see that Nappy has passed away. He will always be part of my memories of growing up in East Wareham. I used to see him so often at the grocery store and he was always so spry and sharp. A kind man like him will always be remembered. My condolences to all of his family.

Kristin Valente of Fairhaven, Ma wrote:

Jennifer and Margaret, It was such an honor to care for your father/brother. My deepest sympathy <3