- 33 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 29, 1981
- Place of birth:
Dickson, Tennessee, United States
- Date of passing: Dec 4, 2015
- Place of passing:
Dickson, Tennessee, United States
|Service on Tuesday, Dec. 8 at 3 p.m. Bethel Baptist Church 1010 Harmon Springs Rd. Dickson TN 37055|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, John Knight, 33, born on December 29, 1981 and passed away on December 4, 2015.
John was a respectful, caring, giving son, brother, father and husband. He was always ready to help out—with enthusiasm to anyone in need. His many friends know he had passion, and took pride in accomplishing great work.
Please join us for a service in his memory, Tuesday, Dec. 8 at 3 p.m.
Bethel Baptist Church
1010 Harmon Springs Rd.
Dickson TN 37055
Link to a Map
In lieu of flowers, please make memorial contributions in John’s name to Wounded Warrior Project (WWP):
If you prefer not to donate online, you can download this PDF form and mail it with your donation to:
Wounded Warrior Project
P.O. Box 758517
Topeka, Kansas 66675
"I miss you soo much! Your laugh ur seriousness, your motivation, Everything."
"This feels unreal that this page even exist This was my Husband my love, my very best friend. I have gotten the pleasure to see this man grow up over the last 10 years. i have so many amazing memories. This is one person that leaves foot prints on everyone heart. He was soo loving and caring and friendly, honest,hard working, willing, Talent, which anyone who know John knows all these things already. i am soo thankful i have gotten to be a part of his life. He will always be a part of me. I love you with all my heart Hunkens!!! love you your princess/ Muffins / Punkin. I love to see the sunshine so i can feel you near. i feel like its ur smiling down on me. i hope i make you proud!"
"What a nice guy to have known, I've only known him for a couple of years. I always enjoyed having conversations with him. He loved working out at the gym. He was very supportive for the younger guys that were doing fitness shows and accompanied me to two shows. He was a good guy and will be missed."
"I loved my Nephew very much and even though him and I were not really close I will love and miss him as though he were one of my own boys I remember taking Matthew over to their house when the boys were young and Matt fell off their horse we had a good laugh that day I'm just sorry I didn't have a chance to get to know the great Man Johnny turned out to be ..."
"I remember the first day I actually got to meet you and your brother , it was at Uncle Johnnie's. On Jan 1,1992, five days before I left for the US Navy, bootcamp. It was the same day I met your Dad, my brother, for the first time. I was 18 years old. We all went snow mobiling and had a blast. After bootcamp I got stationed onboard a ship. Once I bought a car made another trip out to michigan and got to see you again before the ship left for the med where I was for three years. I lost track of everyone time got away everything went crazy in my life. Oh i miss you. I know you are in heaven and watching over all of us . I love you John and miss you."
"John was a great friend to Travis & I. So many good memories to have. He always loved my ham I made for Christmas. We will miss his smiling face."
"I'm sitting here today so grateful you decided to stay the night with us last Saturday. We had so much fun with you. Your stories had us laughing so hard and you could see the excitement in your eyes as you were talking to me and Adam even though we wouldn't let you jump to another story before you finished the one you were already talking about. I'm going to hold the memories close to my heart forever."
"I'm so happy you came to mine and Kippers house for Thanksgiving! I asked you to take me for a spin on your bike and you said, "come on" so off we went. It was my first time on a Ninja bike. We went really fast and I loved it. Like I told you, Kip and I kind of putts around on our Harley. Kip says his fast days are over."
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