OBITUARY

Arthur Harold Knapp

January 23, 1940January 3, 2019

Arthur Harold Knapp was born on January 23, 1940 and passed away on January 3, 2019 in RAVENNA, Ohio.

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REMEMBERING

Arthur Harold Knapp

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Pamela Fox

January 12, 2019

I remember spending most of one summer at my aunt dortha house...i was 6 years old and archie that summer had just got his first car...it was a convertible ...oh how happy he was..he was always nice to me..he, aunt dortha and uncle albert spoiled me like crazy..archie would play games with me and even play paper dolls with me...he made me feel like i was his little sister...that summer he took me for a ride in his new convertible (he called it a girli-o) that sure was a thrill as he wouldn't let anyone ride in that girli-o....... I still call very old convertibles girli-o's .he was a wonderful person caring man and will be missed......he now is with aunt dortha..and uncle albert who he loved so much...May my cuz rest in piece. Love you Archie

amy griffiths

January 9, 2019

Dear Pat and Karena, I have so many wonderful memories of Archie. I am so sorry I couldn't be there for the services. Thank you for sharing the lovely pictures. I will always love German chocolate cake, but I will love it, even more, knowing your father loved when mom made it. Hugs. Amy

Marne Kleinmann

January 9, 2019

My heartfelt condolences to Karena and her family for the loss of her father so special and loved. May the good memories outweigh the sadness.

amy griffiths

January 8, 2019

I am so sorry to hear about Archies passing. He was such an important part of my Knapp family. I love that he loved my mothers German chocolate cake. I will try making it in his honor. Hugs to Pat and Karena.

Stella Underwood

January 7, 2019

Art, I will always remember you and my grandmother Nora keeping each other company while your sweet wife, Patty looked after you both. The two of you would watch TV and laugh together and make jokes. Speaking of TV, every time I see a wrestling match I will always think of you.
Your ever ending smile will be missed.
Rest In Peace, my friend.