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May 20, 2014
My name is Sandra Causey and I just came across this page talking to my niece about Lee I knew Lee before he became a Dr. He worked at a DYS secure treatment facility for girls in N. Chelmsford Ma. I was a troubled rebellious teenager who did not have much respect for anything or anyone but something about Lee always made me smile and laugh he had a wonderful sense of humor and a huge heart to match regardless of what he was doing at work if I needed someone to talk to he would drop whatever it was that he was doing just to give me that time to tell him how I was feeling and always had good advise to give and actually cared about what you had to say and how you felt when in reality all he was required to do was lock you in your room and that would be it like 99 percent of the other staff did. The world is definitely a lonelier place without him in it May god bless you Lee Stephen Knight you were living proof of angels on earth
December 18, 2013
Lee was my best friend in chiropractic college but we had not been in touch other than Christmas card exchanges in recent years. I just can't believe he's gone. I only found out 10 minutes ago when I was thumbing through the Palmer College Alumni quarterly magazine. Lee was a great guy who was generous and kind and, above all else, considerate. His passing leaves a void to all who knew him.
October 04, 2013
Lee, I will always remember the great times we shared with the Boston Ducks, both inside and outside the rink. Your generosity and gracious manner, your inner and outer strength, were all an example for us to follow.
Rest in peace, friend.
September 06, 2013
I graduated with Lee from BG and remember him fondly as soft spoken, polite guy, as well as for his love of hockey, as I was a hockey nut too. I was always impressed that he became a very successful chiropractor and business man. Was very stunned and surprised upon reading of his untimely passing. Rest in peace, Lee.
September 04, 2013
I remember playing hockey with Lee as kids and his slap shot was something I will never forget. The games on Emerson's pond where always some of my best memories,,,rest well Lee
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