September 12, 1978 ~ May 23, 2006
Christohper K. Knight was born September 12, 1978 to Billy Joe & Nancy J. Knight. He attended Sam Houston H.S. where he participated in football and basketball. He was united in marriage to Tamika Jefferson on November 14, 2002 and to that union three children were born: Sokoiya, Taijah, and Christopher II. He leaves to mourn his passing his wife, Tamika, two daughters, Sokoiya, Taijah, and one son Christopher II; his loving father and mother, Billy Joe and Nancy Jo Knight; five brothers, Jeffery Butler (Rochelle)of San Antonio, Texas, Billy Joe Knight, Jr. of Bryan, Texas, James (Jimmy) Avery (Vernita) of Austin, Richard Avery of San Antonio, Texas and Myron Knight (Ebony) of San Antonio, Texas; three sisters, Gwendolyn Jones(kenny) of Austin, Texas, Vivian Knight of San Antonio, Texas and Angie Knight of Marlin Texas; and a host of uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces, cousins and friends.
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God knows what’s best for us and he knows everyone’s heart. God allowed Kevin to live a wonderful life for him and now he has decided he needs him where he is. God will continue to take good care of “his” child and he will also watch over all of us. May GOD bless the entire family, including me. Stay strong and always remember GOD has his reasons for everything. Melva B’nea Fitzgerald
My prayers have now extended to include Chris’ entire Family and friends, Special words for his Mother as a mother losing a child, and one for his Wife as a wife losing a Husband, (You’ve been there though whatever bad times and some better, and although he’s not beside you his spirit will forever embrace your presence, one thing that holds truth is that GOD MAKES NO MISTAKES JUST MIRACLES……….my condolences to the children,father, brother and sister as well …God keep you
Our Condolences to Christopher’s family.God Bless
I remember when I first found out Kevin got shot, I was under the impression that he was still alive. However, when it was revealed to me that he died, I was speechless. Even now that I am here signing the guest book, I’m still at awe. I just cannot believe he is gone. Kevin was more than just a neighbor to me, he was the big brother that I never had and always longed for. The last time I saw Kevin, we were reminiscing on how he uwed to always come down to my mama’s house in the mornings to to eat “steak and eggs” and how we (Melva and I) use to try to punk him for the phone whenever we would go with my mom to visit yall. He even said to me that we were like little sisters to him. I am truly saddened by Kevin’s death; nonetheless, I can rest assured that God will keep him. My deepest condolonces are especially extended to the immdeiate family: Nancy and Papa, Gwen and Marcus, Tamika and children, James, Richard, and Myron. 2 Corinthians 1:3-5 reads “Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort; Who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God. For as the sufferings of Christ abound in us, so our consolation also aboundeth by Christ.” I pray that God is there to comfort you at your most vunerable time. You all have my deepest sympathy.
My Condolences to Chris’ Family. God Bless
MAY GOD GIVE ALL U GUYS THE STRENGHTH TO GET THRU THIS.GOS LESS
I met Chris 6th grade in 7th period at Davis Middle School and began a cool friendship.We played ball together 8th grade for Coach Cook and we were a bad ass team that year. I remember his mom with the cow bell at our city champs game when we lost. Basketball we dominated that year…we were champs.I lost touch when my family sent me to Sea Borne Military Acd.in Galveston, TX. I saw him a few times this year here and there…and he was exactly the same , serious but extremly funny.To the family…you have my deepest Condolences. To Chris….till we play some good football again..take care champ, I look foward to seeing you again friend. Joe Mendez
Chris, I am taking this time to talk to you once again. Eventhough you’re not in my presence, you are still in my heart. I know, I know; I come visit you often and you’re probably tired of hearing my problems, but who else do I have to talk to? I am so use to speaking with you about my relationship problems and getting good advice to help me stay strong and right now I want to let you know I am at the weakest point. Regardless to how far you may seem, you’ll always be the one I rely on for advice. God is first and you are second. Always remember you are my love and I’ll always remember you. Now come one…lets go out in the front of Grandma’s lawn and fight. I love you. Melva