TSC Volunteer – Larry Knight

With a heavy heart we report the peaceful passing of TSC Volunteer, Larry Knight, on Wednesday February 17th at MacKenzie Health Palliative Care where he was surrounded by family – his daughter Lesley, son Adam, mom Betty and partner Anne.

Larry was a very active Member of TSC where he enjoyed Pickleball, Carpet Bowling and Darts as well as volunteering in our Cafe on Friday afternoons until his illness made it too difficult.

Larry will be sorely missed and fondly remembered by his many friends at TSC. Please feel free to leave your comments.

12 thoughts on “TSC Volunteer – Larry Knight

  1. Donnie

    Sincere condolences … RIP Larry, will always remember your competitive jovial attitude when you use to join us on the badminton court… but then Pickle Ball won you over. Thank you for your support and contribution to the club. You will be missed.

    Don

  2. Doreen Manning

    RIP Larry. It was always a pleasure to see you at bowling. You always had nice things to say and always had joy in your heart. Your smile was contagious. It was so nice to see you volunteering so cheerfully at the café. You will be truly missed.

  3. Bernie Hain

    My sincere condolences to Anne and Larry’s family…he was a remarkable man
    and what a fighter despite the prolonged pain he was in…I remember him coming
    out to play Pickleball with his walker before the pandemic and despite his pain and
    being medicated, he would still fascinate us with his physical expertise and winnable
    slam shot whenever we gave him the chance…what a great guy… RIP Larry.

    Bernie

  4. Norm Goldstein

    My condolences to Larry’s family. I fondly remember chatting with Larry on many occasions and enjoyed playing darts and snooker with him. He was a great guy and an asset to the TSC.

    He will be sadly missed.

    Norm Goldstein

  5. Joseph Ho

    Sincere condolences to Larry’s family. We will all miss Larry. He was such a nice guy! He taught my wife and I pickleball techniques when we first started playing at Thornlea. We are deeply indebted to him for his help. Sometimes we played at Parkway Forest community center where the sun and its reflections would affect visibility at certain times; when Larry came in, he would use garbage bags to cover the windows. The world has lost someone very special!

    Joseph

  6. Linda Gravel

    So sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. Larry was always a great participant in our carpet bowling and a great conversationalist. We will miss you, RIP.

  7. Doreen & Claud

    Such sad news.
    Claud & I want to express our Sincere Sympathies to Larry’s family and all his friends who will surely miss him terribly.

    Doreen & Claud Manning

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