Edwin Wayne Knight
August 11, 1954 - January 17, 2021
KNIGHT, Edwin Wayne – Suddenly at his residence on Sunday, January 17, 2021, Ed Knight of Arva in his 67th year. Husband of Elaine. Loving dad and true friend to Tara (Ed) White, Rob (Amanda) Knight, all of London and the late B. J. Knight (1987). Survived also by his first wife and good friend, Yvonne Knight. Dear brother of Gail (Derek) McClintock, Barb (Dave) Kilback, June Knight, Joanne (the late Harry) Geris, Marilyn (Phil) Dickerson and Gary Knight. Very proud Papa to Chevi White and Ryker Knight. Favourite uncle to his many nieces and nephews. For 30 years, Ed worked at Canada Post and during that time many lifetime friendships were made and maintained to the end.
Cremation has taken place. A celebration of Ed’s life will be announced at a later date. For those wishing to make a donation for Ed, please consider the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada in memory of Ed’s son, B.J. To leave an online condolence, please click the Tribute Wall to the left of the obituary.
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I worked with Ed midnights Transfer at LMPP during the 90's He was a very funny upbeat guy and we had many laughs together Condolences to family and friends of this great guy RIP Ed
Thinking of B J and Ed together again. With love from the McClintock family
Ed knight was a wonderful human being, and I will forever remember his kindness, and welcoming smile
My deepest sympathies to Ed's family and his many friends. Rest in peace.
Ed was a kind, generous man & always made me feel like part of the family. This is in honour of B.J.
We are thinking you during this difficult time.
(Donated to Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada)
So sorry to hear of your loss..
Oh Uncle Scummy. So sad to hear the news. You were so fun and I’ll always remember you jumping on the Station Wagon at 11 pm after watching you walk up the hill at the Post Office. You will be greatly missed. Love One of the Scumettes and the Huston Family.
Sooooo , were to begin , my hearts broken ! ONE of the BEST ! Way to early ! I have known Pinkey AKA Eddy since the mid 70,s we have laughed many many times over the years ,we cried over the years also ( B.J.) . Never do you want to lose one of your friends who was harmless ,just wanted to be happy ,and did his best to do what was respectful of just about everyone ,and if he wasn't ,you didn,t deserve his respect ! We will meet again Brain & Linda .
My deepest condolences to the Knight family. I knew Ed for most of my life, he was like a father to me. He was a great man and I loved him dearly. I will keep him in my heart forever. Josh Thompson & family
Although we were neighbours, we did not know Ed directly, but he sounds like a wonderful individual who will be missed by many. Our deepest condolences to all family and friends. Julie & John Hollestelle 15067 Medway Road, Arva
Our deepest condolences to the Knight family for your loss. Ed was a good customer at Billy T's . He wasn't just our customer he was a friend to all. May his memory live deep in your hearts . He will always be remembered. Steve and Penny Tzavaras
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. He took great delight in calling me Auntie Anne with his very best Scottish accent. Ed was one of the best and will be missed by everyone who knew him. Anne Gillooly.
Tara, Rob and Elaine may your tears and sorrow fade as you remember all of the love and wonderful times spent with your Dad and Husband. Ed lives on with love in your hearts.
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