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Mark Lee Knight Obituary
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July 19, 2018

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This Guest Book will remain online permanently courtesy of Your loving daughters, Allison Wierman and Jennifer Spencer.
November 2, 2015
I was a student of Mr. Knight's at Bishop Grimes in the mid 1970s. He was an excellent teacher and a truly kind man. I remember he called me to make sure I was okay after I caused an accident in lab. Some people might have been angry with me, Mr. Knight was nothing but concerned. My heart goes out to his family.
May 15, 2015
May 15, 2015
Dear Knight family,

I speak in french, it's easier for me. Je vous adresse mes plus sincères et profondes condoléances pour Mark, qui m'avait reçue avec Rosalind Jenifer and Alison en 1979 à Syracuse. My heart is crying and I remember a very very kind person. All my thoughts go to the Knight's family.
April 23, 2015
Hi Grandpa - It's been a few months and I miss you all the time. There's no way I can thank you enough for everything. The summers, Fulton, the Loop, House-boating, cards at night in the garage, Church, swimming, willow trees, gardening...there's no end - ever - the impact is everlasting. Your kindness, forgiveness, love of children and girls especially :)
Your singing, whistling, constant picture taking and videoing. Your beers and fermenting, your car racing and basketball watching. I'm leaving tonight to go to Grandma Wierman's funeral, going to Syracuse without you there. I will go see your grave for the first time and think of when you took us as kids, and the grass was the greenest, the sky was the bluest, the sun the warmest, and the air the freshest and smelling of warm chocolate. Your influence permeates every aspect of my life so you are always with me.