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Napoli
classof68.materchristi.com, 1 May 2006 [cached]
'Officer Bob' (alias Bob Napoli MC '65) considers substitute teaching after retirement
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Officer Bob Napoli has been an institution in Derry for many years.At the end of the school year he will retire, just short of 30 years with the Derry Police Department.
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Officer Bob Napoli has been with the Derry Police Department for almost 30 years.Known as Officer Bob to most, Napoli has worked with youngsters in Derry's five public schools and some of the private schools in town for about 18 years as the community relations officer.
"The kids have seen me in their schools a lot," he said.
Napoli was sworn in as a Derry officer on Jan. 3, 1974.He'll retire on June 30, a few months shy of his 30th year in the department.
Though he's retiring, Officer Bob said he still considers the kids his responsibility.He's hoping to work as a substitute teacher for the Derry schools and St. Thomas Aquinas School.
As a substitute teacher, Officer Bob thinks it'll be the best of all worlds.
He'll still get to stay with the kids and get more flexibility in his schedule.
As the community relations officer, Officer Bob has held programs in the Derry elementary schools including bus and pedestrian safety, drug and alcohol prevention, anti-smoking, good touch/bad touch and Halloween safety.
Napoli said he couldn't do his work in the community without the support of Chief Ed Garone.
When Napoli joined the Derry police force, Garone had only been there a short time, but from day one the chief had a good sense about Napoli, his ability and his desire to help people. When Napoli joined the Derry police force, Garone had only been there a short time, but from day one the chief had a good sense about Napoli, his ability and his desire to help people.
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No officer can do his or her job without a supportive spouse at home, Napoli said.He met his wife through acquaintances in the department; his mother-in-law used to do payroll for the Derry Police Department.Next week he and his wife, Emily, celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary.
When both of Napoli's children were born he was working the night shift.
It can be hard on an officer's family when he or she has to leave for work on a holiday, Napoli said.
A proud dad, Napoli said his daughter, Kristyn, is in the School of Pharmacy at Northeastern University.
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Napoli said his son has always volunteered at the Police Department's blood drive, which Officer Bob coordinates, and looks forward to being old enough to now donate at the June drive.
Napoli said he will miss the Derry Police Department, but he plans to stop in for visits to the department he likened to a big family.
To honor Napoli's work, his fellow officers voted him the 2002 Officer of the Year.Napoli said the award meant a lot because his peers gave it to him.
Not without a bit of ribbing, the Derry police officers said he won the award by an overwhelming margin for his "undaunting devotion to the job for nearly 30 years."His dedication earned him the respect of "not only his fellow brothers, but also an entire community."
The proclamation kids Officer Bob about his countdown to retirement, "Yeah we know, 31, 30, 29, 28, 27, stop rubbing it in!"
Before joining the Police Department, Napoli served in the Air Force from 1967 to '71.He was a military police staff sergeant.Following that he worked for a public relations company in Manhattan.
His brother lived in Derry and Napoli visited him often.He thought about what he could do if he moved to the Derry area and applied to the Derry Police Department.
"That was the best move I made," Napoli said.
He worked in the department for several years and evolved into his position as community relations officer.
...
Napoli said he enjoyed working with the students, teachers and administrators for the schools.He remarked that Derry has the most dedicated teachers, and school staff says the same about him.
...
Superintendent Dr. John Moody has only known Napoli for about a year but sees him as a great educator and friend of Derry's children.
...
We can only recognize Bob's work and carry it to the next level with a new person."
In addition to his work in the elementary schools, Officer Bob works with the Senior Advisory Committee to get input on how the Police Department can serve the seniors in the community.
Napoli said he's worked with many organizations in town including the Kiwanis Club, the Derry Pathfinders and the Red Cross.
Since 1996, the Derry Police Department's blood drives, which Napoli has helped organize over the years, have collected 2,307 pints of blood for the American Red Cross.
Napoli has been an invaluable asset to the Red Cross in collecting blood for the organization for six years, said Bob Carter, director of New Hampshire Red Cross.
Napoli
www.materchristi.com, 29 Jan 2006 [cached]
'Officer Bob' (alias Bob Napoli MC '65) considers substitute teaching after retirement
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Officer Bob Napoli has been an institution in Derry for many years. At the end of the school year he will retire, just short of 30 years with the Derry Police Department.
...
Officer Bob Napoli has been with the Derry Police Department for almost 30 years. Known as Officer Bob to most, Napoli has worked with youngsters in Derry's five public schools and some of the private schools in town for about 18 years as the community relations officer.
"The kids have seen me in their schools a lot," he said.
Napoli was sworn in as a Derry officer on Jan. 3, 1974. He'll retire on June 30, a few months shy of his 30th year in the department.
Though he's retiring, Officer Bob said he still considers the kids his responsibility. He's hoping to work as a substitute teacher for the Derry schools and St. Thomas Aquinas School.
As a substitute teacher, Officer Bob thinks it'll be the best of all worlds.
He'll still get to stay with the kids and get more flexibility in his schedule.
As the community relations officer, Officer Bob has held programs in the Derry elementary schools including bus and pedestrian safety, drug and alcohol prevention, anti-smoking, good touch/bad touch and Halloween safety.
Napoli said he couldn't do his work in the community without the support of Chief Ed Garone.
When Napoli joined the Derry police force, Garone had only been there a short time, but from day one the chief had a good sense about Napoli, his ability and his desire to help people. When Napoli joined the Derry police force, Garone had only been there a short time, but from day one the chief had a good sense about Napoli, his ability and his desire to help people.
...
No officer can do his or her job without a supportive spouse at home, Napoli said. He met his wife through acquaintances in the department; his mother-in-law used to do payroll for the Derry Police Department. Next week he and his wife, Emily, celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary.
When both of Napoli's children were born he was working the night shift.
It can be hard on an officer's family when he or she has to leave for work on a holiday, Napoli said.
A proud dad, Napoli said his daughter, Kristyn, is in the School of Pharmacy at Northeastern University.
...
Napoli said his son has always volunteered at the Police Department's blood drive, which Officer Bob coordinates, and looks forward to being old enough to now donate at the June drive.
Napoli said he will miss the Derry Police Department, but he plans to stop in for visits to the department he likened to a big family.
To honor Napoli's work, his fellow officers voted him the 2002 Officer of the Year. Napoli said the award meant a lot because his peers gave it to him.
Not without a bit of ribbing, the Derry police officers said he won the award by an overwhelming margin for his "undaunting devotion to the job for nearly 30 years. His dedication earned him the respect of "not only his fellow brothers, but also an entire community."
The proclamation kids Officer Bob about his countdown to retirement, "Yeah we know, 31, 30, 29, 28, 27, stop rubbing it in!"
Before joining the Police Department, Napoli served in the Air Force from 1967 to '71. He was a military police staff sergeant. Following that he worked for a public relations company in Manhattan.
His brother lived in Derry and Napoli visited him often. He thought about what he could do if he moved to the Derry area and applied to the Derry Police Department.
"That was the best move I made," Napoli said.
He worked in the department for several years and evolved into his position as community relations officer.
...
Napoli said he enjoyed working with the students, teachers and administrators for the schools. He remarked that Derry has the most dedicated teachers, and school staff says the same about him.
...
Superintendent Dr. John Moody has only known Napoli for about a year but sees him as a great educator and friend of Derry's children.
...
We can only recognize Bob's work and carry it to the next level with a new person."
In addition to his work in the elementary schools, Officer Bob works with the Senior Advisory Committee to get input on how the Police Department can serve the seniors in the community.
Napoli said he's worked with many organizations in town including the Kiwanis Club, the Derry Pathfinders and the Red Cross.
Since 1996, the Derry Police Department's blood drives, which Napoli has helped organize over the years, have collected 2,307 pints of blood for the American Red Cross.
Napoli has been an invaluable asset to the Red Cross in collecting blood for the organization for six years, said Bob Carter, director of New Hampshire Red Cross.
Kiwanis Club of Willowbrook-Burr Ridge -
www.wbkiwanis.org, 12 June 2010 [cached]
Robert A Napoli Vice President:
'Officer Bob' lauded for work with children
www.eagletribune.com, 19 July 2004 [cached]
'Officer Bob' lauded for work with children
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DERRY -- Retired Derry police officer Bob Napoli is the first Law Enforcement Officer of the Year for the statewide American Legion.
Napoli was chosen to receive the award because of his work with children during his tenure with the Derry Police Department, said retired Derry police sergeant David Hargreaves, commander for the Legion's law enforcement post.
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Napoli served as the community relations officer for the department.He spent time in schools teaching children about topics such as bus and pedestrian safety, the importance of wearing a seat belt and reasons not to smoke.
Hargreaves, who nominated Napoli for the award, said Napoli's work with children has been well documented in local news articles.
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Napoli served with Derry's police for nearly 30 years before retiring last year.He said he loved his service with the Derry Police Department, but is having a "super" time in his retirement.
Though retired, Napoli hasn't stopped working in the schools.He said he is substitute teaching in the Derry schools, and noted the youngsters still call him "Officer Bob."
Napoli said he was surprised to learn he was chosen as the first recipient of the award.
"It was really an honor," he said.
He recently applied to be a member of the Legion's law enforcement post, he said.An Air Force veteran, Napoli served in the military for four years.He was stationed in places such as the South Pacific and Dover Air Force Base in Delaware.He served as security police, which he said is like military police, and completed his service as a staff sergeant.
Police service runs in the Napoli family.His father was a New York City police officer, so Napoli said joining the police department "fit all together."
Napoli
faculty.materchristi.com, 15 Feb 2006 [cached]
'Officer Bob' (alias Bob Napoli MC '65) considers substitute teaching after retirement
...
Officer Bob Napoli has been an institution in Derry for many years.At the end of the school year he will retire, just short of 30 years with the Derry Police Department.
...
Officer Bob Napoli has been with the Derry Police Department for almost 30 years.Known as Officer Bob to most, Napoli has worked with youngsters in Derry's five public schools and some of the private schools in town for about 18 years as the community relations officer.
"The kids have seen me in their schools a lot," he said.
Napoli was sworn in as a Derry officer on Jan. 3, 1974.He'll retire on June 30, a few months shy of his 30th year in the department.
Though he's retiring, Officer Bob said he still considers the kids his responsibility.He's hoping to work as a substitute teacher for the Derry schools and St. Thomas Aquinas School.
As a substitute teacher, Officer Bob thinks it'll be the best of all worlds.
He'll still get to stay with the kids and get more flexibility in his schedule.
As the community relations officer, Officer Bob has held programs in the Derry elementary schools including bus and pedestrian safety, drug and alcohol prevention, anti-smoking, good touch/bad touch and Halloween safety.
Napoli said he couldn't do his work in the community without the support of Chief Ed Garone.
When Napoli joined the Derry police force, Garone had only been there a short time, but from day one the chief had a good sense about Napoli, his ability and his desire to help people. When Napoli joined the Derry police force, Garone had only been there a short time, but from day one the chief had a good sense about Napoli, his ability and his desire to help people.
...
No officer can do his or her job without a supportive spouse at home, Napoli said.He met his wife through acquaintances in the department; his mother-in-law used to do payroll for the Derry Police Department.Next week he and his wife, Emily, celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary.
When both of Napoli's children were born he was working the night shift.
It can be hard on an officer's family when he or she has to leave for work on a holiday, Napoli said.
A proud dad, Napoli said his daughter, Kristyn, is in the School of Pharmacy at Northeastern University.
...
Napoli said his son has always volunteered at the Police Department's blood drive, which Officer Bob coordinates, and looks forward to being old enough to now donate at the June drive.
Napoli said he will miss the Derry Police Department, but he plans to stop in for visits to the department he likened to a big family.
To honor Napoli's work, his fellow officers voted him the 2002 Officer of the Year.Napoli said the award meant a lot because his peers gave it to him.
Not without a bit of ribbing, the Derry police officers said he won the award by an overwhelming margin for his "undaunting devotion to the job for nearly 30 years."His dedication earned him the respect of "not only his fellow brothers, but also an entire community."
The proclamation kids Officer Bob about his countdown to retirement, "Yeah we know, 31, 30, 29, 28, 27, stop rubbing it in!"
Before joining the Police Department, Napoli served in the Air Force from 1967 to '71.He was a military police staff sergeant.Following that he worked for a public relations company in Manhattan.
His brother lived in Derry and Napoli visited him often.He thought about what he could do if he moved to the Derry area and applied to the Derry Police Department.
"That was the best move I made," Napoli said.
He worked in the department for several years and evolved into his position as community relations officer.
...
Napoli said he enjoyed working with the students, teachers and administrators for the schools.He remarked that Derry has the most dedicated teachers, and school staff says the same about him.
...
Superintendent Dr. John Moody has only known Napoli for about a year but sees him as a great educator and friend of Derry's children.
...
We can only recognize Bob's work and carry it to the next level with a new person."
In addition to his work in the elementary schools, Officer Bob works with the Senior Advisory Committee to get input on how the Police Department can serve the seniors in the community.
Napoli said he's worked with many organizations in town including the Kiwanis Club, the Derry Pathfinders and the Red Cross.
Since 1996, the Derry Police Department's blood drives, which Napoli has helped organize over the years, have collected 2,307 pints of blood for the American Red Cross.
Napoli has been an invaluable asset to the Red Cross in collecting blood for the organization for six years, said Bob Carter, director of New Hampshire Red Cross.
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