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Tania Petrogiannis Gration on 15 June, 2024 at 7:05pm

Dear Gloria, Angela, Hilary and Sarah we are blessed to have met your beautiful son and brother Warwick. He was always so gentle, kind, thoughtful and wise. He never overlooked us at family events and always looked out to see that we had a drink, a seat and in effect took us under his wing. We will miss his smile but will keep the memories of our interactions close to our heart. We send you our deepest condolences for the passing of Warwick. He will not be forgotten and we hope that u take comfort in the fact that he touched and inspired so many people whilst he was walking amongst us. Now he is still with us but in a different way which is so very important. Thank you for inviting us into your family and ‘Zoi Se Sas’. Life to U and your loved ones. Konstantine and Georgia Petrogiannis and family

John Norman on 15 June, 2024 at 11:39am

Warwick, I always appreciated the time you gave when we had conversation, never rushed always spacious. Your keen observation and dry sense of humour. Indeed, your circle seemed quite wide and I think perhaps you influenced many. Of course your poetry, often calling (perhaps indirectly) that things be better than they are. But, most of all your personal warmth and your generous friendship.

Stephen Said on 14 June, 2024 at 3:39pm

Dearest brother Warwick.

Thank you for your kindness. Thank you for your gentleness. Thank you for teaching me how to see when I thought I did but was not. Thank you for showing me how to deepen my capacity for hospitality, for choosing to be unselfconcious, in spite of myself. Thank you for the gift of your time, your presence and your story. Much love and grace, rest in peace.

Onur Karakoc on 11 June, 2024 at 7:18pm

I am very sad for heard that. We spent very good time together. He was a kind and polite man. I am happy for helping him. Rest in peace.

Gabrielle Royston on 11 June, 2024 at 7:11pm

Liked Warwick a lot, he was fun, a true poet and philosopher. Sorry to the Knight family for their loss.

Fabienne on 11 June, 2024 at 4:29pm

Sending condolences and love to the extended Knight family. Warwick was kind and wise, and I am so sad to hear this news.

Fabienne x

Bill Wall on 11 June, 2024 at 11:35am

Such a privilege to have spent time with Warwick and Digby on Philip Island.

Vicki Jane Flamsteed on 10 June, 2024 at 8:11pm

Dear Gloria , Angela, Hillary , Sarah and families, my thoughts are with you all at this time. I remember Warwick from way back in the 70's when we were all teenagers . He had a genuine gentleness, kindness and an ability to be interested and appreciate life and people. Life threw Warick some very rough times and over the years he managed his life and health challenges with a quiet dignity. He never lost the famous Knight family sparkle in the eye and sense of humour . On the times I saw him during his adult life he was so truly interested and delighted by the lives of others, a rare gift... His life being cut short will leave a sad gap in your lives as a family and I know he will be missed. Wish I was there to reminisce and offer support in person on Saturday. Sending you all love, Vicki, Mark, Tom Bence and all the family xxx

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