Our condolences to Gill and anyone else who knows this lady.
In Memory of Leona Knott Oct. 26 1928-Nov. 24 2018
I was getting my breakfast ready when a family friend called to inform me that someone who had been a large part of my childhood had past on.
A Good Neighbor
When I was little I would often go to this lady’s house to spend days, or overnights while my parents went out, went to work, or from what I was told, when my sister was born. Like me she lived on a farm, and had lots of things to do in and outside of the house.
When my sister and I were tiny children Leona had a piano. I loved banging out what I thought to be wonderful Carnegie Hall level performances. I didn’t realize that my sister also needed time to bang out those works of art. She couldn’t say “Leona` or “piano` so she would say “Lona I wanta play the plano.”
A Wall Of Faith
By now you probably know that church was a part of my life since I was small, and whenever I would go to Leona’s house she would take me to her church. This morning my dad remarked that he wasn’t sure what the United Church would do with out Leona’s cooking, organizing, and other talents.