Knight, Norville Archibald

Knight, Norville Archibald
04 Oct
2018

Norville Archibald Knight, better known as “Archie”, of 283 Frangipani Close, Union Hall, St. Philip and formerly of Bridge Gap, Cave Hill, St. Michael and Reading, United Kingdom, Son of the late Stella Knight and Archibald Reid, Husband of Mabel Elaine Knight, Father of Mitchell Clarke - retired Chief Nursing Officer, Brother of Joyce Jones of Toronto and the late Ronald Knight, Father-in-law of Sylgene Clarke-retired Treasurer of the East Caribbean Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Grandfather of Bjorn Clarke and Tamara VanRensburg - both of Alberta, Canada, Great-grandfather of Melissa Clarke, Braydon and Lian VanRensburg - all of Alberta, Canada, Uncle of Eric Rouse and Juanita Knight, Anthony Sobers of the U.S.A., Grafton Rouse, Marcia Applewhite, Sheldene, Janelle and Shernell Jones- all of Toronto and the late Colvin Knight, Brother-in-law of Livingstone Jones of Toronto, Godfather of many, Relative of the Knight and Reid families, Friend of Harold Vaughn, Selwyn Linton, Clyde and Wilma Stuart, Edwin and Ann Leacock, Earl Rock, the members of the Holy Trinity Church Men’s Fellowship and the Marshall family

The funeral of Norville Archibald Knight leaves Greaves Funeral Home, Church Hill, St. Lucy on Monday October 08th, 2018 for the Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Ruby, St. Philip, where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 3:00 p.m. for the service, followed by the interment.

The Organist and members of the church choir are asked to attend.


Flowers may be sent to Greaves Funeral Home no later than12:30 p.m. on Monday.

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