Robert Knott age 81 was born February 16 1935 in Albion Pennsylvania and was put to rest April 9 2016. His parents are Irving LKnott and Geraladine Knott. He also has 2 brothers and 1 sister.
Robert left behind his loving wife Jo Knott (Ninneman) they had a wonderful live together of 34 years and married 3 years. They brought together their blended family of 8 children , 4 boys and 4 girls. They also had a total of 24 grandchildren and 5 great grand children . Whom Bob loved and held all close to his heart .
Those who knew Bob know that the love he had for our Lord Jesus Christ and the love for his family brought him great joy. He could always take the lemons of life and turn them into sweet lemonade. He could also take the mistakes his family brought to him and use them as a tool to teach and mold them with a loving hand.
The other things Bob loved to do is coach is sons football teams . Through his passion of coaching he touched the lives of several young men. Two of which made it to the NFL. Bob had many talents which his family benefited from; ranging from woodworking, to making beautiful furniture, to building bird houses that his family will cherish forever. He also rescued his family several times with his knowledge of mechanics. His hobbies also included collecting N and O gage train sets, and putting together model trains, planes, and automobiles. His careers in the railroad and as a heavy equipment mechanic gave him a fondness of restoring cars.
One of his most favorite places to escape from life with his family was Paradise Lake Campground which was owned and operated by his sister. There is where his family could gather to laugh , cry, play, work, eat, drink and enjoy each other‘s lives.
Thank you Bob for bringing so much joy and love into our lives. You have touched each and everyone of us in a special way we will never forget.

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  1. Bob you were the best mentor anyone could ask for. I miss you dearly, my friend. May you rest in peace and always remain in our thoughts and prayers.

  2. You are now with God and his Angels looking down on everyone you loved and cared about deeply. You were a good person with a loving heart! You made my sister very happy for a very long time and I thank you for that! You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. R.I.P brother-in-law!

  3. Bob you were more than a stepfather you were a friend and a father. Thank you for always being there for me and my family. I love you. The only regret I have is not telling you more when you were with us. Mom we will always be there for you.

  4. You are going to be missed a lot. Keep a good watch over Jo, and for all that love her. I know you will.
    Love you!!!

  5. I already miss you Grandpa. I’m always going to miss you during family get togethers and coming over and "bugging" you. Grandma I’m always here if you need me. I love you Bob and Grandma.

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