Scott Knight

Scott David Knight

Saturday, April 19th, 1975 - Thursday, March 19th, 2020
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Scott David Knight went to his forever home on March 19, 2020. He was a loving, fish-hooking, PIA husband to Amy Walther-Knight. A devoted father, coach and biggest fan to Mason, Caden, Ashton, David and his fiancée Samantha Storm. Torturing but loving, always kept them laughing, son to John and Sue Quinn, son to Steve Knight and son-in-law to Fran and Monte Ring and Allan and Vicki Walther. He was a tormenting jokester brother to Stephanie Mullins, Brittany Knight, Susan Ripoli, Cheryl Quinn, Sandy Quinn, Kathy Shorter and Jay Quinn. Grandson to Bob and Peggy Balsamo, Jack and Rosemary Brooks, Lou and Roxy Knight and Don and Audrey Knowles. Scott was god-father to his little princess Dylan and loved Logan as his own little prince. He was also a dad to many football players and wrestler, telling them “ I am your real father.” He is survived by many brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.

Scott served as an inspiration and leader to so many friends and brother Marines. He was also a music lover. Surely, he is drumming in heaven with his band brothers that have passed before him. Hopefully he is speeding in his Mustang-GT. May it always be Super Movie Tuesday and may the Mellow Yellow runneth over. Until we meet again you are forever loved.

A memorial service will be held once limits on size of gatherings are lifted. In lieu of flowers donations in Mr. Scott's name can be directed to the Mount Saint Joseph Wrestling or Football Teams, 4403 Frederick Ave, Baltimore, MD 21229 the Lansdowne Gators or Arbutus Golden Eagles, P.O BOX 7343, Arbutus, Maryland 21227 .
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Denise Sayers

Posted at 12:21pm
This tree is being planted in the memory of Scott Knight a wonderful father , husband , son and beautiful friend, for his service in the military.
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My Love, Aunt Robin

Posted at 05:52pm
Love never dies. It does not go away in the parting of people. Love lives on in the heart, as You have and Will in the Strength of this Tree.
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Shayne Winters

Posted at 03:43pm
Dear Amy and Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Scott's passing. I served with Scott in Kilo Co 3/1, he was a great leader and also a good friend during our time in the Corps. When troop moral was down, Scottie always had us cracking up and made our time in the Marines more enjoyable. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Semper Fi,

Christopher Taylor

Posted at 10:44am
I grew up with 2 older brothers John and Scott, they were always there to bail me out of whatever stupid thing I did on whatever day I was stupid, which was a lot! Words cannot begin to describe the loss and cannot even begin to imagine how Amy and the boys feel. Scott Knight was one that cannot be replaced and I will miss him every single day! Scott was a honorable man who served his country and was a man you could truly count on when it mattered! Scott loved his wife Amy more than life itself and she him, his boys have been raised by a true leader which will carry them throughout life, Scott did his job and did it with the up most honor and discipline, I know he is looking upon us with that amazing smile and of course his one liners, come on back!!! May the Lord our God bless him and his family always.

Christopher Taylor


Posted at 11:11pm
This guy was my brother forever. I love you bro. You truly knew how to bring a smile to anyone. Til we meet again on your grounds. You are the best.

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