Feb 28, 2055 – Feb 23, 2012
Denise Ann Rapp, 56 of Bumpass, Virginia passed away Thursday, February 23, 2012 at her residence. Born in California; she was the daughter of Marcus E. and Arlene Painter.
Denise was a member of Elk Creek Baptist Church. She was a registered nurse and worked for Professional Home Health Care Services.
She is survived by her husband; John Rapp, a son; James Rapp, two daughters; Megan Rapp and Caitlin Rapp all of Fredericksburg, Virginia; a grandchild; Blaik Rapp, a brother; Mark Painter of Spring, Texas and a dear friends; Christine and James Herrick of Spotsylvania, VA.
A Memorial Service was held 2:00pm Tuesday, February 28th at Elk Creek Baptist Church; officiated by Dr. Woody Jenkins.
In lieu of flowers please make memorial donations in her name to Elk Creek Baptist Church; 5916 Kentucky Springs Road, Mineral, VA 23117.
My heartfelt sympathy to family and friends.
Saddened by your loss and I know you will be missed. You have a loving family and it was a pleasure having you for my boss in the home care setting. Awesome smart nurse. Love, Ann RN
I remember Mrs. Rapp from Centura. She welcomed me my first day and was always smiling and full of life. I could not believe it when I heard she had passed. I think about her often and the little things we used to chat about in her office. She was a great lady and a wonderful nurse to many. May she rest in peace.
Condolences to the Rapp Family.Denise was a fine boss and a really wonderful person. When I began my career in Home Health, she was a wealth of information and was instrumental in getting me where I am today.She will be missed, but we will meet again. Take comfort in the knowledge that she is in the presence of our Heavenly Father.
May God be with each of you at this difficult time.I developed a special bond with Denise as Practical Nursing Coordinators at Centura College. She was on the West Side and I on the Southside. I have fond memories of our business trips and meetings. We shared our joy of family and nursing. She loved people and I will miss her smile and words of encouragement.Eunice ScottPN CoordinatorCentura CollegeMidlothian Campus
I am shocked by this news Denise was a nice person and a the best grandmother that my son could ever ask for. she will be missed
Mr. Rapp and family.Sorry for your loss. I will never forget the funniest thing I ever heard of happening to a nursing student. Denise told us about the time she gave a patient a suppository and turned around. When she turned back to tell the patient what to do with it, the patient had swallowed it. I will never forget that day and how we all laughed so hard.
Thanks everyone who support my mom and this earthly place she love everybody and I miss her so much.