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He is survived by daughters Debi Bowles (Bob), Betty Jo Knight, Cindy Knight, Teri Knight, brothers Marlin Knight, Gilbert Knight (Irene), and brother-in-law Harry McNally (May),. Eight grandchildren, Brandyn (Paula), Mary Ann (Philip), Bobby Jr., Jeremy, Jennifer, Julia (Coby), George (Dani), and Nathan. Fifteen great-grandchildren, Brady, Philip Jr., Chase, Bryce, Austin, Kailey, Anden, Kolby, Kade, Korey, Alanis, Ryder, Abigail, Autumn, Avery, one great-great-grandchild Mahkyah and many nieces and nephews he loved dearly.
Brad was a dedicated member of Wellborn Baptist Church. He helped with the upgrade of the Wellborn water tower, he was a volunteer to drive the water trucks for the Wellborn Fire Dept. He also drove for several different dealerships to pick up and deliver cars.
While living in Ohio he drove semi-trucks for many years, and was affiliated with the Old Fort Drive Inn Theater along with his wife Sally. He was a friend to everyone and was more than willing to help anyone in need. Wellborn Baptist Church was a place of comfort to him after the loss of our mother in 2013. In lieu of flowers and cards please send donations to Haven Hospice at 6037 W. US 90, Lake City, FL. 32055
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