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March 20, 2019

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March 17, 2019
Its always tough when you hear about a friend passing. You always try to think of the right thing to say, a funny story, an empowering quote, or just condolences, just to always feel like you have fallen short. Tom was always fun to talk with, movies, music, sports, Tom could talk about it. I learned alot just by sitting next to him at work.
Rest easy Tom. Thanks for being you.
March 15, 2019
I haven't been able to post... there are no words to express how I feel. We started out as co-workers... but he was much more than that to me... a friend, confidant. He was a very giving, loving person, no matter what, no matter who.. he always had an ear to listen, and smile to give. Came out of his shell some, we did MuckFest together, ha came over for parties, weddings...LOVED his trivia fundraiser!!
Our lives will never be the same from knowing him and our heart will forever been missing a piece without him. You are and forever will be missed
March 15, 2019
Sir Thomas Richard Knight III, was a nickname that I had from him. I meet him while working at A&W Drive Inn during our late high school years. We quickly became fast friends. He was more than a friend and co-worker, he was a mentor. He inspired me to be a better person. He was very passionate with his endeavors; work, college, running and his friends. He so many passions; he loved singing, and was a music history buff. Mo-town being one of his favorites. Not only was he a dedicated individual, but he was a Dreamer! He was like a ticking time-bomb, could not wait to start his journey after obtaining his education. He had some many goals that he wanted to achieve, but most of all he wanted to serve God. If it wasn't for Tom inviting me into his Church family, thing may have turned out different for me. For this, I am forever in his debt. He "tricked" me into getting baptized and saved-again. I was scared and didn't know what to expect. But he stood by me.

Life happens and our roads separated. He started his journey and we lost touch. I would see his Mother in passing from time to time and she would keep me informed as to where in the world he was and how he was doing. She missed him very much, but was very proud that he was he was chasing his dreams.

Tom had reached out to me a few times over the years, however we both had the thought that we'd see each other soon. I for one didn't think that time would be cut short such has it has.

Sir Thomas Richard Knight III, you will be sorely missed.

Until I see you, more than likely hear you singing first, in Heaven, Godspeed.

My sincerest condolences for the Margaret and the family.
March 15, 2019
I knew Tom for 2 years working with Dakota lines he was the best dispatch Person I work with never give me any issues Or gets mad at me or angry He was a good man and good coworker , I am sorry for his loss and God bless his soul and may God give his mom and family members this Strength and patience for his loss