Christopher Knighton (9 Apr 1947 - 25 May 2019)

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ChristopherSt Giles Hospice

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Location
Bretby Crematorium Anglesey Chapel Geary Lane Burton-on-Trent DE15 0QE
Date
7th Jun 2019
Time
10am

In loving memory of Christopher Knighton who sadly passed away on 25th May 2019, a devoted husband, father, brother to an extended family who will be sadly missed not only for his humour but for the love, dedication and support he has given to family and friends alike.
My fathers wishes were not to receive flowers and asked if you wished to make Donations could you please forward them to St Giles Hospice in memory of my Dad or use the link below.
Thank you

Miss you Dad,always admired and loved you-Never forgotten,ALWAYS with me and us all,so sorry. Dad,,,love always-you are my hero,anndrew,xxx. Knighton wrote

Miss you so much Dad,xxx.

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Roy Wasley donated £50 in memory of Christopher

We had known Chris for 40 plus years.
The world will be a sadder place without Chris, with the loss of his caring nature and genuine artistic ability, known to us as the 'Artex Artisan'. His work will live on in many homes including ours.
A real privilege to have known you Chris.
With our deepest sympathy R.I.P.
Roy, Janet & Lee Wasley.
P.s. Look out for a very bright new star in the galaxy!

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  • Roy, thank you for you kind words, he will be greatly missed by all of us, he will always remain a great father figure.

    Posted by Dean on 12/06/2019 Report abuse
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Barrie Knighton wrote

Knowing that Chris isn't around to talk to most weeks and knowing we won't be going to the pub with him and him just not being there is going to leave one hell of a gap in my life. I've admired the way he's taken all the treatment offered during his illness and yet still managed to crack a joke. I'll miss you like hell our kid. Rest in peace. Love Sue and Barrie XX

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Barrie Knighton wrote

Not having Chris to talk to most weeks, not being able to go the pub with him and him just not being there is going to leave one hell of a void in my life. I've admired the way he's taken all the treatment offered throughout his illness, and yet he still managed to crack a joke. I'll miss you like hell our kid. Rest in peace love Sue and Barrie XX

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Barrie Knighton wrote

Not having you around to chat to every week, to go to the pub with and knowing your not there will leave one massive hole in my life. I've admired the way you've fought through your illness and have tried every treatment offered. Rest in peace our kid both Sue and I will miss you like hell. XX

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Remember me like this

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  • Thank you Uncle Barrie, great picture, no words can express how much we will miss Dad x

    Posted by Dean on 8/06/2019 Report abuse
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Paul Knighton donated £30 in memory of Christopher

Hi Dean

My thoughts are with your mum and you and family. Hope you are keeping well.

I have a lot of good memories of our regular weekend visits to Winshill and Waverly Lane.

Not sure if I'll see you Friday.

Kind Regards
Paul

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maxine janus wrote

so sorry for your loss, Rip Chris xxxx

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Steve Chinnock donated £10 in memory of Christopher
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