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David “Old Dawg” Knox, age 72, passed away Friday, August 28, 2015, at his home in Pine Knot, Kentucky.
Born June 29, 1943, in Kenton County, Kentucky, he was the son of the late Charles Franklin and Ruth (Heck) Knox.
Surviving family include his wife Shirley Knox of Alexandria, Kentucky, four daughters: Deborah Brinker (and Jimmy) of Pine Knot, Sheila Pangallo (and Migo) of Ft. Thomas, Kentucky, Amy Alford of Dayton, Kentucky, and Cynthia Knox of Pine Knot. He has two surviving brothers: Phillip Knox of Kentucky, and Darrell Knox of South Carolina, five sisters: Diane Jurand, Christine Knox and Angie Ginn of Kentucky, Gloria Dibble of South Carolina and Regina Neff of Ohio. There are eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
David was a retired electrician and a veteran of the United States Army. He was a member of the VFW and American Legion. He enjoyed hunting and fishing and playing softball, but his life-long passion was bowling. He was on a bowling league and enjoyed bowing all his life.
In accordance to his wishes, he was cremated and his remains to be placed at the Pine Knot Cemetery.
Pine Knot Funeral Home assisted the family with funeral arrangements.
may you rest in peace as you go to be with the all mighty god where pain is no more.
ramona scott bivens Sep 1 2015 12:00 AM
Being a parent is not easy and does not come with instructions. But, you and mom did a wonderful job. You gave us kids the best childhood anyone could have wanted. You worked so hard to provide for us. Now it is time for you to rest. Through the good times and the bad, you were the best dad you knew how to be and I loved you.
Just like always the baby of the family demanded all your time, but this time she was holding your hand to the end. Watch over Debbie she needs you.
Sheila Knox Pangallo Aug 31 2015 12:00 AM
I had the best 9 yrs of my life with u.We had our ups and downs.We took care of each other always. So u go fly like an angel POP.I love u and I see u flying.
Cynthia Knox Aug 31 2015 12:00 AM
I will always remember all the laughs and chats on the phone we both shared. I am so glad you are no longer suffering and now can see all who have past before you and share in their comfort as God carried you home to him. You were a man with many words, often gruff but also so sweet to me every time I called asking for Cindy.
Will miss having our "special" chats.
Glad there is yet another Angel to look after the rest of us here on Earth. Give my Mom & Dad a big hug & kiss from me . God bless you and glad that your finally at peace.
Hugs & Kisses
Dianne Hayes Aug 30 2015 12:00 AM
So proud to have called this man my daddy...we sure did have a long road ahead of us, you fought hard dad....I'm so blessed to have gotten to take of you till the end of your time...I will be OK...no more worries no more pain...I lived up to everything you wanted me to do... Our last 3 nights me sleeping with you hold your hands and praying for God to come take his Angel came true...I know your in heaven with a new body running and jumping around..I'm down here smiling up at you. I'm lost dad, please show me the path I'm suppose to take on..I love you so much ..watch over me please cuz I don't know what I'm suppose to do without you beside me...like I said its your *world I'm just in it* rest in peace dad..love your BabyGirl Debbie Brinker knox
debbie brinker knox Aug 29 2015 12:00 AM
R.i.p. Big Dave..... Sure going to miss you.. Love you pops. Love Jim Brinker
Jim brinker Aug 29 2015 12:00 AM
I love u DaD u are peace and with Jesus.Rest now PoP.Be angel now.I love u
Cynthia knox Aug 29 2015 12:00 AM
So sorry for the family's loss...He will be at peace now...no more sadness...
Linda (Goines) Vauthier Aug 29 2015 12:00 AM
We are so sorry to hear that Old Dog is gone. We will miss him and all of you are in our prayers. Just remember the good times and remember he loved all of you even if he did not day it.
Bill and Evelyn Hildebrand Aug 29 2015 12:00 AM