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Reuben B Reuben Brown Knight, 88, died peacefully on Aug. 22, 2012. He was born Oct. 7, 1923 “on the kitchen table” in Wichita Falls. His parents were Susan Talley Knight and William Thomas (Colonel) Knight. Reuben moved to Dallas at age 7 where he spent his childhood days attending Bradfield Elementary and Highland Park High School. He graduated from Highland Park in 1941 and then attended the University of Colorado where he was a Sigma Chi. He was a medic during WWII as a member of the 104th Timberwolf Division earning the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart. Kamagra Jelly Australia After the service, Reuben obtained a law degree from the University of Texas.Reuben married Florence Hudson Knight on July 28, 1945. They were married for 49 years before her passing in 1994. She was the “love of his life.” Reuben lived in Wichita Falls for 60 years and was an Independent Oil and Gas Operator. He also had interests in commercial real estate, banking and was in the hotel and restaurant business at one time.

He enjoyed fly fishing and snow skiing in Colorado, golfing with his buddies, piloting his plane and spending time at his home away from home on Possum Kingdom Lake.Reuben was a member of Floral Heights Methodist Church, the Wichita Falls Country Club, The State Bar of Texas, the Longhorn Foundation, Littlefield Society as well as many civic and political organizations in Wichita Falls. He was a longtime supporter of The University of Texas and attended all the Longhorn games until recent years.Several years after Florence’s passing, Reuben began dating Dorothy Morris of Dallas and they were partners for 13 years until her death in 2010. Kamagra Australia Reuben traveled all over the world first with Flo and then later with Dot. In 2011 Reuben retired from his oil and gas business and moved to Dallas to be closer to family.He was a “larger than life” person, and everyone who knew him has a “Reuben B. Knight” story. His family and friends will always remember his love of family, his generosity and his incredible sense of humor.

We love you Rube and will miss you so much. As we always say “there is a little bit of RUBE in all of us.”Reuben is survived by his three children, Robert Browning Knight, Karen Knight Neukom and husband Steve, Chrissy Knight Doherty and her husband Mike. Also surviving are six grandchildren, Noelle Neukom Schmidt, John Neukom, Molly Doherty Welling, Kyle Neukom, Kate Doherty and Michael Doherty plus two great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife Florence, sister Sue Hersey and brother Buddy Knight.The family would like to thank the staff at Caruth Haven Court and especially Eileen Aldridge for their exceptional care of Dad during the past months. In addition we want to thank Jennifer and the hospice team for their support and comfort to Dad and the family during his final days. Thanks also to Krystal, Angela, Melissa and Keisha for the care they provided Dad after his move to Dallas.

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