Andrew Julius McKnight
January 6, 1957 – May 4, 2018
Andrew J. McKnight (61) of Wichita, Kansas formally of Fall River, passed away while on vacation, of natural causes, with friends in Florida.
Son of Harold and Dorothy (Alexander) McKnight born in New Bedford attended NBPS as well as SMU now UMASS Dartmouth. After school he moved to CT where he worked in medical sales. He returned to MA, settling in FR where he worked for Starwood Hotels until his passing. At the time of his passing he was living in KS due to a job transfer, with some of his co-workers, to open a new call center. Andy made great friends at Starwood, many of whom he considered "family".
He loved working for Starwood as it afforded him the opportunity to travel and stay at distinguished resorts.
Survived by his brother, Stephen and his wife, Alison McKnight of Dartmouth, MA. A sister Jean Correia of NH. His son, Shawn Connors and his wife Rivka of Watertown, MA and a daughter Rebecca of Manchester, CT. Along with 5 nieces and nephews, 5 gr nieces and nephews, many cousins as well as his cherished cats and dogs. In liew of flowers, please consider a donation to the Kansas Humane Society 3313 No. Hillside, Wichita, KS 67219 or www.KShumane.org.
His visitation will be held at WARING-SULLIVAN HOME AT Dartmouth,230 Russells Mills Rd, Dartmouth on Wednesday, May 16,2018 from 10-11am, followed by a Celebration of Life at 11am. Burial is PRIVATE. For tributes/directions: www.waring-sullivan.com
- The late Harold McKnight, Father
- The late Dorothy (Alexander) McKnight, Mother
- Stephen McKnight and his wife Alison, Brother
- Jean Correia, Sister
- Shawn Connors and his wife Rivka, Son
- Rebecca McKnight, Daughter
- He is also survived by 5 nieces and nephews, 5 great nieces and nephews, many cousins as well as his cherished cats and dogs.
- Visitation Wednesday, May 16, 2018
- Funeral Service Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Andrew Julius McKnight
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May 11, 2018
He was uncle Andy for me when I relocated to Wichita from Fall River. Andy kept me punctual, he made the best appetizers and he was a genuinely good person. Some of our favorite memories looking back on our "family dinners" are Andy's giggle fits or waiting for him to slap us for cutting an obnoxious piece of pie from the center when he wasn't looking. His Wichita family will miss him immensely.