Knight, Barry

Knight, Barry

June 2nd, 2016

Peacefully and surrounded by his family at Victoria Hospital on Thursday, June 2nd, 2016. Beloved husband of the late Stefanie Knight. Loving step-father of Walter and Fred Allegaert. Loving brother of Anne (Feroze) Pallonji. Dear grandfather of Jana Allegaert and her husband Derek and great-grandfather of Liam and Duncan. Cherished uncle of Adil (Elizabeth) Pallonji, Vanessa Pallonji and grand-uncle of Lara and Xavier. A visitation to celebrate Barry’s life will be held at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Tuesday, June 7th, 2016 from 2:00 – 4:00 and 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Cremation to follow with a private family inurnment. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Barry are asked to consider the Alzheimer Outreach Services of McCormick Home or the Children’s Health Foundation. 

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elizabeth pallonjiMy deepest condolences to the family. Such a loving man who would do anything to please those closest to him. My he rest in peace alongside is late wife and his loving Mum Laura Knight.
Adil PallonjiTo an amazing Uncle who had a heart of gold. It is with great sadness that he has left us so early. May people remember the good times they had,as I remember all the good times we shared together and our fond love of cars. To my Uncle Barry may God Bless this amazing man who left his nephew to early. Always in our hearts and never forgotten. You will be missed dearly by us all.
Marlene DiqueDear Anne and family.My thoughts and prayers are with you .Marlene
ken mcintoshTo a great friend and great neighbour I thank you for times we had on the golf courses at the gym trying to solve the world problem or just having a good laugh I will truly miss you rest in peace my freind
Anne PallonjiWith a heavy heart, I am saying goodbye to my one and only brother. You will be missed a lot but will always be in my heart and prayers. You are the best brother that a sister can have. I know that you are in a better place with mum and you are not suffering anymore. I love you and may your soul rest in peace.
Vanessa PallonjiThis feels too soon, far too soon to be writing a message of goodbye to my Uncle Barry. It's truly not goodbye though, because you will always be in my heart, my thoughts and my prayers; I'll always carry a piece of you with me wherever life takes me. Heaven couldn't wait for you and now you're free. Love, your niece
Daphne AlexanderToday I grieve a gentle giant with a kind heart, soft voice and laughter to match none other. I have been blessed to have had him in my life-where he will always be. I will always love you my sweet cousin. It gives me comfort to know exactly where you are......with my Doug.
ritaKnew Barry since 1960's and met him in Delhi. He was a through gentleman and a good friend to speak to. God rest his soul in peace. Condolences to Ann and family..
Maxine SweeneyI have spent the last 15 years knowing Barry as he frequented The Berkshire Club to work out. I've missed him the past few weeks and was so surprised to hear that he had passed away. Such a dear man with good thoughts for everyone. Always a kind person and from his stories, a great and loving husband. He missed his wife dearly. He will be truly missed. Many thoughts and prayers to his family.
Stephen HennellWe grieve with the rest of our family around the world as we say goodbye to Barry. A loving, generous and caring man who, alongside his late wife Stefanie, welcomed us so warmly into their home when we had the privilege of visiting many years ago. May you forever Rest In Peace cousin Barry - you were a true Gentleman and will be missed by all those who knew and loved you. Our condolences to Anne, Walter, Fred and all the family - we may be far in distance but our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love from, The Hennell family
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