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Chapel Hill Funeral Home

542 West 52Nd Street, Anniston, AL

OBITUARY

Adam David Knightly

April 21, 1980June 16, 2019

Memorial Service for Adam D. Knightly, 39, will be Friday June 28, 2019 at Buckhorn Lake from 6 pm till 10pm.

Adam is survived by his parents, Luane (Wade) Evans, of Anniston, AL and Daniel (Ann) Knightly of Ohatchee, AL; brothers, Michael Knightly of Anniston, AL and Bob (Lori) Knightly of Jacksonville, AL.; special Honorary Brother, James Fortenberry of Piedmont, AL; grandparents, Sam and Carol Johnson of Jacksonville, AL; nieces, Jaclyn Knightly, of Wellington, AL, Allie Knightly of Jacksonville, AL, Morgan Knightly of Jacksonville, AL, and Katie Knightly of Jacksonville, AL.

Adam is preceded in death by his grandparents, George and Joyce Knightly; uncles, Timothy Knightly, Sammy Johnson, David Johnson and aunt, Cindy Johnson.

  • FAMILY

  • Luane (Wade) Evans, Mother
  • Daniel (Ann) Knightly, Father
  • Michael Knightly, Brother
  • Bob (Lori) Knightly, Brother
  • Carol Johnson, Grandmother
  • Sam Johnson, Grandfather

Services

  • Memorial Service Friday, June 28, 2019

Memories

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Jill Johnson

June 28, 2019

I met Adam years ago through a mutual friend of ours and he quickly became a good friend of mine. He spent many afternoons at my house eating supper, watching tv, sitting around talking and hanging out. I always remember him coming in and if I ever had pickles in the fridge he would drink all the pickle juice! As our friendship grew I had some difficult times and one thing I will always remember about Adam was his kindness and compassion. He was always there any time I ever needed him. He was the meaning of a true friend. When I think of him I will always smile because I can definitely say he left a mark on my heart that will never be forgotten. Adam you will be missed, Rest in peace my friend!!

Dana Hanners

June 28, 2019

Sitting at the chirt pits. We laughed forever at the fact that you drowned my flip flop. Those were happy times and I will always remember that! I love you friend ! Till we meet again!

Cindy Martin

June 26, 2019

Shooting fireworks on tiffany lane years ago Adam and Michael lighting fireworks . I had a blow up pool Adam lite the fire works and they were backward hit the pool we laughed for everAdam you will be missed ,gone but not forgotton

Amanda Riker

June 26, 2019

Many memories from way back when we all lived together in Weaver and in Alexandria. You definitely always made me laugh and was always up for a good time. Jaclyn adored you. You are missed. Rest in peace brother.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY