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Karl Winseman Apgar

May 19, 1958 - December 24, 2020
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Karl W. Apgar Obituary             Karl W. (Winseman) Apgar, 62, died unexpectedly and suddenly from a heart attack on December 24, 2020 at his home in Somerville, NJ, the same town in which he was born on May 19, 1958.  Karl was the son of John N. Apgar, Jr. and Martha B. Apgar (nee Martha…

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Rick Cabler left a message on March 9, 2021:
I am so saddened to hear of Karl's passing. My deepest condolences to his family. Karl and I lived in adjacent efficiencies in Richmond Virginia in the early eighties. He was working at the Commonwealth's Club and I was attending Virginia Commonwealth University. He was such a high character, quality guy. I loved our conversations over Vodka. I use to joke with him about his Civil War reenacting, telling him that the war was over. Wow, he was such a wonderful guy.   
Dennis Harabin left a message on January 11, 2021:
Karl,

You will be missed my friend. You had a heart of gold. My condolences to your family. 
Bill Turley left a message on January 4, 2021:
I was friends with Karl for over 40 years---very intelligent and unique guy.
Karl was always fun to be around, and certainly lifted a room up when he entered it
I will miss him and wish the family sincere condolences
Jack Fowler left a message on January 3, 2021:
I was very fond of Karl. He traveled with National Review on a few cruises and we had a lot of fun together. On one of our trips he sat in the balcony without fail, wearing his SECURITY baseball cap, having folks wondering just who he was. He was KARL! A man who played chess on another level. I always thought there was a deep tenderness to his soul and spirit. Hoping he is with his mom and dad and others enjoying God's eternal glory, a place with no burdens or judgment. RIP.
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