David J. Kapp
August 29, 1938 – November 7, 2019
David J. Kapp. 81, of Springfield, passed away on November 7, 2019 at Memorial Medical Center. He was born on August 29, 1938 in Highland, Illinois to Eugene and Henrietta Mollet Kapp. David married Maureen Higdon on May 20, 1961 and she survives.
Mr. Kapp is survived by five children: Jeff (Carole Sharp) Kapp of Waterloo, IL., Todd (Jean) Kapp of Springfield, Jennifer Miers of Bloomington, IN., and Lynnae and Anna Marie Kapp both of Springfield, three grandchildren: Alex Kapp of LaGrange, IL., Brian Kapp of Duluth, MN., and Bridget Farrell of Overland Park, KS., and one brother Kenneth Kapp. He was preceded in death by one brother Wayne Kapp. David was a US Army Veteran and served as a Master Sergeant with the Illinois Air National Guard for over twenty years. He played golf all over central Illinois with his friends.
Cremation rites were accorded. Memorial contributions may be made to Habitat for Humanity or to the Central Illinois Food Bank and please visit the online “Life Remembered Story” at www.bischandsonfuneralhome.com.
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David J. Kapp
Julie Minder Flynn
November 11, 2019
Condolences to David’s family, he was truly a good man and a pleasure to work with at the Air National Guard.
November 10, 2019
David was the treasurer of our Parents & Friends of SPARC for many years. I was President for most of that time. We worked together on mailings at SPARC and David was always so helpful with anything we were doing to help the individuals . He was always one of the nicest person I knew. I really enjoyed knowing him and was so sorry to learn that he had passed. Pat Meier
Mary Etta Loscher
November 9, 2019
I was so sorry to read of Davis’s passing. Have good memories of he and Maureen, from many years ago. My condolences to Maureen and all their family. Mary Etta Loscher
Eric and Pam Donnewald
November 8, 2019
Jean, Todd and Alex, we're so sorry to read about your loss. Please count us among the friends who are thinking of you now. We hope your memories bring you comfort.