Harold-Knight-Obituary

Harold Knight

Erie, Pennsylvania

1930 - 2020

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PFC Harold K. Knight, age 20, was killed in action on November 25, 1950, during the Korean War. He was born in Oil City, Pa., on June 20, 1930, the son of the late Henry and Irene Ausel Knight. He grew up in Erie and attended East High School. Harold worked at General Electric for close to six...

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Welcome home American hero. Thank you sir.

May you now RIP . Thank You for your service .

His long journey home is over prayers are with the family thanks for his service for our country

Uncle Harold, I am so happy and blessed to have been able to have you with me as a child. Thank you for always coming through to me. My mom your niece did an amazing job teaching me about you and connected us since birth. You will forever be my hero. Your legacy will live on forever my beloved uncle. You keep lighting up for all of us we see you

I did not know your Harold but claim a kinship that my dad was also named Harold. Thank you for your service for America. Please know that I will be saying prayers for all of Harold's family members as well. Peace be with you. Condolences.

Thank you for your service and for the ultimate sacrifice of giving your life to ensure the freedom that I and all Americans have today.

I would like to thank Harold for giving his life to keep us free. Although I didn't know him I am glad that he is back on the land he gave his life for.

ALTHOUGH I DID NOT KNOW YOUR BROTHER.... I AM SO GLAD THAT HE FINALLY HAS RETURNED HOME TO A LAND HE FOUGHT FOR AND GAVE HIS LIFE. GOD BLESS HAROLD, HE IS CELEBRATING A REUNION IN HEAVEN WITH HIS PARENTS, BROTHERS AND SISTERS AND LOVED ONES.
PLEASE ACCEPT MY SINCERE SYMPATHIES. "GOD BLESS AMERICA, LAND OF THE FREE BECAUSE OF THE BRAVE."