Don H. Knight

  • Born: March 11, 1942
  • Died: August 12, 2020
  • Location: San Antonio, Texas

Porter Loring Mortuary

1101 McCullough Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78212

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Tel. (210) 227-8221

Tribute & Message From The Family


Don H. Knight, 78, passed away on August 12, 2020 from ALS. He was born in French Camp, CA and raised in Oklahoma City, OK and Arlington, TX and has lived in San Antonio since 2001.

He was predeceased by his parents Howard and Dorothy June Knight and brother Dan Knight.

He is survived by his wife Wanda, children Tammy Daily (Michael), Steven Knight (Karen), Donald Knight (Nickie), siblings Diane Kratochvil, David Knight (Pam), Debbie Hartley (Holly), seven grandsons, three great grandsons, two great granddaughters, father in-law Douglas Hatcher, sisters in-law Peggy Caldwell (Pat), Sharon Bisnette, many nieces, nephews, great nieces , great nephews, and a host of good friends, many of whom he mentored along the same journey he traveled.

Among many things Don was an avid baseball fan.
He believed in always doing the right thing. He had a life well lived.

Special thanks to Ratna Sanka MD, Neurology and staff at UT Health San Antonio for their care and compassion and to friend Bill W.

"Let's play ball"

There will be no funeral service or visitation. Burial will be in Arlington, TX at a future date.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Don was such a fine man. We worked at MBBOERNE together. When I started he was the person that trained me. A God fearing man. Made me smile when I was having a bad day. Would give the shirt off his back. You will be greatly missed. My heart goes out to his family. Don is with God. Thank you Jesus!! Amen

Posted by Dolly Taylor - San Antonio, TX - Coworker   August 18, 2020

I attended the same church (Nazarene in Arlington) with Don and his family; growing up as kids and teens. So sorry for his loss. Naomi (Benbow) Dodds

Posted by Naomi Dodds - Friend   August 16, 2020

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We are so sorry for your loss Aunt Wanda! I wish we could have spent more time with you and Don. He was such a sweet and wonderful man. You will be in our thoughts and prayers. We love you and are here if you need anything! Love Jennifer, Jim and Alyssa

Posted by Jennifer Quain - Dallas, TX - Family   August 16, 2020

Your loss of a loving husband, father, and brother is a loss of a mentor and friend of mine. In the short 4 years I worked alongside Don, he truly was a mentor and a great friend. My condolences and prayers are with you Mrs.Kight and the rest of the Knight family. RIP dear friend.

Posted by Robert Ruiz - SanAnntonio, TX - Friend   August 15, 2020

Thoughts and prayers from the old team at Mercedes-Benz of Boerne. We all loved Don and the opportunity to work with him. Always jovial and excited for baseball season! He will he missed by all!

Posted by Louis Pisano - Boerne, TX - Coworker   August 15, 2020

I have missed Don these past several months. He was a great presence in our meetings, filled with humility, love, and always a good chuckle. May the angels carry him safely into the arms of God.

Posted by Bonnie Lewis - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 15, 2020

Godspeed my friend. I am grateful for your steady spiritual support and showing me how to live again.

Posted by Ramon Gonzales - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 14, 2020

My sincere condolences to the family, Don was a mentor to me and his know how and kindness has changed my life for the absolute best. His wit and eloquent talks will be missed. God has gained a true angel. He will never be forgotten.

Posted by Roland Pena - Bulverde, TX - Friend   August 14, 2020

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To my sister Wanda: Don always balanced you and made you so happy. I loved him just for that but also because I recognized he was a good, honest man. He served well to those he mentored from his great big ole Texas sized heart. I know you you have many, many happy memories to help you through your grief. I love you with all my heart and I share in your sorrow and your tears. I pray your life without Don be as joyful to you as the many years the two of you shared. Always, Peggy

Posted by Peggy Caldwell - Cumming, GA - Sister   August 14, 2020


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