Nathan Newel Knight, of Ogden, Utah, 32, has unexpectedly left the world on October 3rd, 2019. He spent the last week of his life with his favorite people at his side, his wife and son.
Nathan was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Blane and Julie Knight. He grew up in Utah and Arizona. His fond memories growing up included so many experiences; vacations with his family and scouting trips. He was proud to have obtained his Eagle through the Boy Scouts of America and later served as a Cub Scout leader as an adult. He attended Ben Lomond High School, graduating in 2005. He attended Salt Lake Community College pursing a degree in Childhood Education and held a variety of interesting jobs throughout his life.
Nathan was incredibly loved and cherished by his family and close friends. He had this unique view of the world and a storytelling ability that kept his family and friends enthralled and he relished in creating laughter and happiness. Nathan was a talented writer and avid reader. Those that had the honor of his friendship knew his fierce loyalty and the love behind the majestic and intimidating beard. No one more than his high school sweetheart, best friend, and wife, Angelica. They were married December 10, 2011 in Salt Lake City Utah. Nathan was an amazing father and his son has many happy memories with his dad, especially in the kitchen. Nathan was also an amazing cook, and found joy in making better food than his favorite restaurants.
Survivors include his wife, Angelica Knight of Ogden; beloved son, Calvin; Parents, Blane and Julie Knight, Salt Lake; Sister, Emily (Conrad) Gollehon; Brother, Benjamin Knight; Nephews, Liam, Ethan, Charlie; Niece, Melody; Grandparents, Neal and Barbara Knight. He also leaves behind many in-laws, aunts, uncles, cousins and his close friends.
He was welcomed into the arms of his Brother, Glenn, Aunt Danzel and Grandparents, Amy and Clovis Jordan.
A Celebration of Life will be held November 2, 2019 a 2pm at 760 E 700 S, Salt Lake City. Attendees are invited to bring their memories and stories of Nathan to the Celebration or forward them for his wife and son.
As an expression of sympathy, memorial contributions may be sent in the name of Angelica Knight at America First Credit Union.