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RIP Craig McKnight




Too much to say about this wonderful guy.

He will be sorely missed.

 

If you have any photos of Craig you would like to email us, we would really love to put them up here.


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Originally published on 2009-12-19 16:10:54 by Daryl Smith
Last edited on 2010-01-05 20:50:30 by Rick Curran

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Left by Sam Mcknight on 2014-01-28 15:57:14

Love reading through all these comments, thank you all very much.

Left by Sarah palmer on 2013-07-28 08:34:10

I'm completely shocked , I've just met someone today who told me of Craig's passing . I'm so so sorry for all his family and friends . He was such a lovely lovely man . I was his girlfriend for a short while many years ago but I have such fond memories of him and how funny and kind he was to me and those around him . Blimey it's just so awful and unfair. Linda I'm really so sorry , my fondest love to you sarah x

Left by Laura Graham on 2013-04-26 21:00:29

I have just discovered this horrible news on a random and rare night in with nothing to do. I can't believe it. What a loss to so many. We talked for hours a few years ago when I needed an ear, having been a young couple back in the dancing days of Swindon.
A wonderful, warm, soul who knew what the important things in life were, which is rare these days. My dad loved him and often quoted him........
'Don't die wondering'. Hope Linda and his family are coping without such a great presence. So sad.

Left by Ross Cooper on 2011-04-22 15:12:04

RIP Graig
I met him as a dancer and got along fantastically for the start and as a person you will be sorely missed!!!!
We owe you allot!!!!!!!!

Left by HUBERT (HUGH FROM IRELAND) on 2010-11-20 09:58:18

I WOULD LIKE TO FURTHER ADD MY SINCERE THOUGHTS TO SAM AND NATHALIE AND THEIR MOTHER.ITS BEEN SO LONG BUT I DO REMEMBER BEEN WITH CRAIG AS WE PUSHED YE ON THE SWINGS. IT MUST BE WONDERFUL TO BE SO PROUD OF YOUR DAD.
ITS CHOKING TO READ SUCH WONDERFUL COMMENTARY ABOUT CRAIG,IT MAKES YOU WANT TO IMPROVE YOURSELF.

ONE THING I COULD SAY IS, CRAIG HAD THE MOST LOVING WONDERFUL MOTHER,A TEACHER,A CELTIC SCOTS WOMAN,A REAL PERSON,FIGHTER FOR INJUSTICE, A CARER TO EVERYBODY AND ANYBODY, A NATIONALIST FOR SCOTLANDS FREEDOM.CRAIG HAD ALL THESE TRAITS.ISSY TAUGHT ME ABOUT THE HIGHLAND CLEARANCES,HOW IRN BRU WAS OROGINALLY MADE FOR THE DOCKERS,I WASNT HER SON SO YOU CAN IMAGINE WHAT CRAIG GOT.

IN THE FILM BRAVEHEART FILMED IN MY COUNTRY OF IRELAND,ISSY TOLD ME I WAS HER STEPHEN.

THIS IRISHMANS MEMORY OF SCOTLAND IN MID NINETIES IS OWED TO THE MCKNIGHTS OF NEWPORT ON TAY.

GOD BLESS YOU ALL

Left by Hubert from ireland on 2010-11-20 09:38:55

I MET ISSY MCKNIGHT AT THE SWAN IN LONDON,WE SPOKE ABOUT SCOTTISH AND IRISH NATIONALISM,WE BECAME FRIENDS.I REMEMBER STAYING IN NEWPORT ON TAY WITH THE MCKNIGHTS,READING ABOUT BONNY PRINCE CHARLIE,ROBERT BURNS,SCOTTISH LIFE,SQUARE SAUSAGES. I MET CRAIG,A VERY SWEET PERSON,A KIND PERSON, A TIME WHEN HE COULD NOT DANCE THE WAY HE ONCE DID.
I REMEMBER HIS PASSION FOR SKATEBOARDING,HIS DAUGHTHER,MEETING HIS SISTER LYNDA AND HER DAUGHTHER BIANCA.IT WAS A HOME FROM HOME,EVEN THOUGH I HAVE NOT SEEN MY FRIENDS FOR 13 YEARS,ITS ONLY NOW I HAVE LEARNED OF THEIR DEATHS.IT SADDENS ME DEEPLY,TWO WONDERFUL PEOPLE,A MOTHER AND SON. IM SORRY WE LOST CONTACT BUT NEVER IN MY HEART.HELLO TO SIMON,ISSY THOUGHT THE WORLD OF YOU AND TO MORAG LENNIE.A GOOD FRIEND.

I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU ISSY,I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU CRAIG.

HUBERT

IRELAND


SAOIRSE ALBA

Left by Bev Bethune (nee Comrie) on 2010-06-02 01:22:05

Shocked. I was Craig's girlfriend for a short while around 1980/81. He used to go to the Exit disco and everyone laughed at his dancing, except his real mates and I. We knew he was special even then. Still like Supertramp.

Love to his family....xx RIP Craig

Left by Neale Hanvey on 2010-05-15 10:45:17

I met Craig at primary school in Glenrothes, he was a champion of fairness and everyone respected him. We went to different high schools but I got to know him again and he encouraged me to join Fife Youth Dance which was one of the most inspiring times of my life. He was one of the most enthusiastic people I have ever know with a lust for life that was immense. Everyone who knew him kinda fell in love with him - there was nothing to dislike. I haven't seen him since he went off to London in the 80's, I always thought we'd see each other again. I only found out through a friend that he was gone...it is so hard to believe. Huge respect to you Craig.

O I earned my keep and I paid my way
And I earned the gear that I was wearing
Sailed a million miles, caught ten million fishes
We were sailing after shoals of herring

Neale

Left by Stevietaff on 2010-05-06 10:16:02

I only new Craig through our dealings over the phone and ebay, we would talk for ages on the phone , remembering the old days and the decks we rode, this was a true skateboarder who loved the sport and loved the people he met through it. Only found this news out by accident, Craig god bless bro. Stevietafalero

Left by Drummond on 2010-04-16 18:59:59

I was a keen grem fom the ferry and i remember craig from the orig factory days .
I,m sure he,s rippin it up in the halfpipe in heaven

R.I.P DUDE

Left by The Toxic Slug on 2010-03-21 04:26:23

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Left by David Illingworth on 2010-03-15 19:37:41

RIP Graig.

We skated together a long time ago, skating in Dundee in the late 80's.

Left by Tober Reilly on 2010-01-21 22:56:03

I first met Craig 25 years ago through Dundee Rep Youth Theatre and Fife Youth Dance Co. He was an inspiring man at a very influential age. He was the closest thing to a brother I had. He was my first crush and his mantra of "Go for It!" has taken me so far in the world. I last spoke to him last year after Linda gave me a contact number and hearing his voice again was a joy, like it was yesterday. I just heard the news tonight and I can't believe he's gone. He was an amazing man, his family must miss him terribly. I will never forget Craig. God bless. Love Tober x

Left by Ewan on 2010-01-10 21:56:50

Just heard the sad news from Simon. I first met Craig when he did a dance class in the Douglas Centre when I was doing the Ju Jistu class. I tried to do some dancing and Craig tried a bit of Ju Jistu - he was better at Ju Jitsu than I was at dancing, I was amazed at how easily he moved. Craig was easy to make friends with, and he had infectious energy, we shared some good times snowboarding with John and the crew.
RIP Craig

Left by Barclay Dakers on 2010-01-07 09:59:19

What can I say? Craig was the catalyst for so many events - The Park, The Shop, The Laughs and on and on.

Will miss you man sorry I couldn't make it to the grand finale but my thoughts were with you and the family.

Peace

B

Left by Simon on 2010-01-04 21:01:09

Sad news and I'm gutted about Craig. A monster of man and pure energy for all things. Reading all these solid comments for him brought all that back. Such good times,ripping it up in the factory 80's, my Dundee family, the view from the flat in Newport(man, Issy's news knocked me down again, too far away I guess...), Clan Skates, the Rep and it just goes on and on.....
Thanks for everything Craig
t'estimo
Simon

Left by Viqui Pocova (Dakers) on 2010-01-03 23:09:56

So sad to hear this news. Craig you've always been an inspiration to me. Dundee Rep,wow you blew us all away, boundless energy and enthusiasm, just what a young dancer needed to spur them on. I'll never forget when you came down to Swindon to do a workshop with Thamesdown Dance School, I was there, so good to see a friendly face! You'd shout "Craig McKnight", we'd shout back "Yes Sir"!!!
Respect.
Much love to you and all your family.
Viqui
Ps Smod if you read this can you please get in touch?

Left by Jeff on 2010-01-02 15:37:33

ONE OF THE ORIGINAL,ONE OF THE BEST AND A TRUE 'DUNDEE LOVE STORY'. x

Left by Loretta on 2009-12-30 20:35:35

Rest in peace Craig, we will miss you lots. Thank you for being a good friend to Andrew, and so helpfull to me.
Sam and Natalie, your Dad was so proud of you both. Sending you lots of hugs. xx

Left by Michael Marra on 2009-12-30 17:27:57

Craig was a source of encouragement to me, I met him at Dundee Rep when we were both working there. He choreographed a piece to a song of mine called 'King Kong's Visit to Glasgow'. He pleased me very much by saying, 'It should be daft, but it's no.' He made me think more about dance itself and I know he had that effect on others as well. A lovely guy to know and work with. I'd like to add my good wishes to his wife and children, it was a privilege to know him. Full strength to you all. Michael Marra

Left by Natalie McKnight on 2009-12-29 23:08:22

Miss you Dad

Left by Danny and brian on 2009-12-28 14:49:03

We have known craig all our lives and we will miss him dearly,,,He always had some words of wisdom to give,,Always happy with a story to tell,, Always had the time to make sure you were OK and listen,, an inspiration to all who met him ....

We will never forget you Craig...R.I.P..

DUNDEES GODFATHER OF SKATEBOARDING

Left by Jenny on 2009-12-28 14:00:09

I was a founder member of Fife Youth Dance Company with Craig back in the early 80's, saw him in the Spar just a few weeks ago. My thought are with his family. A great great loss.

Left by Derrick Linton on 2009-12-28 10:24:33

Just read all the nice words being said about Craig and it is really all true about the big fella, such a genuine inspiration to all. I cant really add anymore apart from RIP Craig.

Del

Left by M.Romilly on 2009-12-27 19:45:20

It's touching to read so many kind comments. Craig clearly had a profound impact on many people throughout his short life.

I remember as a child, attending a meeting on the top floor of McDonalds on Reform Street. Craig was campaigning to raise funds to build a skate park. He was eloquent, outspoken and determined in his actions. I will always remember the way he stood there and commanded the attention of everyone in the room.

Craig has clearly been a hugely influential and selfless character throughout the development of the Dundee skate scene. His presence will be sorely missed by many.

RIP Craig...

Left by Nick on 2009-12-27 18:03:53

I never knew craig all that well met him a few times spoke about DEVO and old skool sk8n quite a lot with craig, hope all the family's keeping up well, craig will always be a part of dundee's skate scene and that will never change

RIDE ON IN PEACE CRAIG

FRONTSIDE FOREVER

Left by Elly anderson on 2009-12-27 08:09:20

I only knew craig when i was a little girl during the making of the waterstone crook bowl, he always treated me well and i have only ever heard good words about him.

good luck in your travels old friend see ya next time.

Left by Alex Chambers on 2009-12-26 19:16:46

R.I.P.

Left by June Kane on 2009-12-26 13:44:21

I am so sad to hear this news, as I now live abroad I had not seen Craig for a long time, it was a double wammy as I did not know that Izzy has passed as well. They were both beautiful people with the biggest hearts I loved them both. Lynda and Bill, don't know how to get in touch but will be in Scotland in June for three months. Still living in the same place there, hope we can get in touch. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. xxx

Left by Warren on 2009-12-26 00:10:34

R.I.P only meet craig a thew times but u were really sound nice knowin u

Left by Jmc on 2009-12-25 08:36:05

Sweetdreams.....we'll see you ón the next one...don't be late ;)




Left by Graham C on 2009-12-24 21:20:03

I remember being about 10 years old and desperate to venture into the factory in stobie. I bottled it about a dozen times and when i eventually did go in with my crap board (Skidplate Crap) I was greeted by Craig who took me straight under his wing. I'm not really into skating anymore however Craig made a big impression on me when I was a kid and he was a proper good lad. A sad loss to Dundee and the skate scene.

Rest in peace Craig.

Graham.

Left by Mackie on 2009-12-24 17:26:35

RIP Craig, miss you already man.

Left by US on 2009-12-24 01:59:49

To be honest, I didn't know or meet Craig as much as anyone who has left a post below but what I did understand from when I did meet Craig is that he had a passion and enthusiasm for skateboarding that was almost unparalleled. R.I.P.

Left by Ploppy on 2009-12-23 16:22:54

RIP Craig, not seen you since the good old days, one of life's good guys

Left by Alyn Jones on 2009-12-23 14:06:10

My lasting memory of Craig was his infectious laugh, the warmth of his personality and the crazy wall rides he used to do on the end wall of the second factory. That and Smod and Craig yelling at the top of their voices the first time they came to my flat in Edinburgh, "Wibble!". So saddened to hear the news this morning - my prayers are with his family.

Left by Pete Tosh on 2009-12-23 13:56:15

Last year Craig walks into dudhope "you losin weight Pete" I'd look down at my expanding 6 pack an wonder what he was talkin about and have a laugh.You done so much for everyone without ever expecting something in return a true friend. ONLY THE GOOD DIE YOUNG R.I.P it up F'S

Left by tattie on 2009-12-23 13:49:02

I first meet craig 20 yrs ago at the first factory a dream place for all skaters where local heros and punks like me would sesh the night away thats when dundee became a second home many good times were had there and in newport.thank you for the memories craig you will be dearly missed my love goes out to family and the dundee skaters love you craig and miss you always rip tattie

Left by Gordon Dear on 2009-12-23 13:43:16

Craig was a true inspiration to all through his positive and passionate approach to life and friendship. Those pictures bring back so many good memories of Craig and how much he did for all of us, was proud to have known you Craig, RIP.

Left by Cubic on 2009-12-23 11:53:07

Never forget Craig McKnight. The goodness inside the wonderful man is rare indeed, though I see it still in his closest friends.
Craig was infectious, I loved being around him, I loved what he did for Dundee and beyond, both in and out of skateboarding.
It's a momentous loss, he remains in the foundations of all of us and in all that we do with the future.
Do a selfless good thing every single day, Craig did.
My heart goes out to everyone in Dundee who will feel this loss sharper than most, I love you all so much.
Rest in Peace Craig. Till we meet again.
Cubic

Left by Rick on 2009-12-23 10:13:07

It's hard to know what to say really, so many touching things have been said in these comments, Craig had an impact on so many people's lives.

I posted a black and white photo above of skating from the Stobswell / Arthurstone Terrace factory days, you can see Craig standing on the platform with Barclay beside him. Smod and Simon are ripping it up on the mini ramp that symbolises to me Craig's enthusiasm that kickstarted the whole original Factory days. Our lives revolved around that place and the Clan Skates II skate shop that Craig ran back then!

Left by McCaff on 2009-12-23 09:10:52

What can I say...He was and always will be a second father to me. Having known Craig for more than 20 years he will be sorely missed. I owe everything to Craig. Since first stepping on a skateboard he saw a glimmer of potential, whipped me into line and helped me form my love and knowledge of skateboarding. Craig turned a derelict building in Stobbie into a skate heaven. Opened the best skate shop in history and made the Dundee skate scene what it is today.
Aside from skating Craig was the mellowest, kinked out dude you will ever meet. Biggest heart, biggest personality and biggest laugh. Craig had the most passion for every little thing and is truly an inspiration to all who knew him and even those who have only heard the legend.
I like to think he has already had a slap up dinner with Izzy and is off skating the Broughty Ferry ramps with Colin.
Always in our hearts.
Uncle Frontside lives on. WIBBLE FOREVER!
xxx

Left by Scott Malcolm on 2009-12-23 09:08:35

When I think of Craig I always remember him with a smile on his face. He was such a positive guy and his drive and enthusiasm helped to do loads for the skateboarding scene in Dundee. It's clear from all the comments that he has left a lasting impression on everyone he knew - skaters, friends & family. This is a gift we all have to thank Craig for.I will never forget him.

I can't make the funeral on the 30th but I'm sure the Knights of McKnight will give their King a farewell he would be proud of.

Left by John Buultjens (Australia) on 2009-12-23 07:48:46

Wish I could be with you all on the 30th. I will be thinking of Craig and you all for sure!

Left by Nick Johnston on 2009-12-23 07:33:24

It's great, touching, to read these wonderful comments left here to show respect and love for Craig. I'm sure he felt it while he was around - I spoke to him just a week or so ago and we were both grinning from ear to ear as we chatted about his retro board collection.

Craig and I often argued about which kind of new ramp or obstacle should be built next but I have to hold my hands up, bow down, touch my nose to the ground and say, Craig made a lot happen for us skateboarders - thanks Craig.

Left by Wiggs on 2009-12-23 02:03:21

Think i was flyin about on a budget board with a bubble on the back when i first met craig, by saying met wot i really mean is he flew past me at 1oo miles an hour down one of the scariest streets in newport doin a manual, wot a sight. as time went bye,i grew up watchin this ripper not only teach grems that skating was not all about stickers and the biggest tricks, it was about things that bring every skater from the seventies,till today and onwards,together. Thanks Craig, from the newport bowl to artherstone terrace and onwards to dudhope and future Dundee parks, you will always be in their foundations.
We owe you. R.I.P Craig Mcknight

Left by smoddy on 2009-12-23 01:12:53

You know what? Craig told me a secret quite a few years ago while we were up in the big ardler multis
on the prairie. Cell block Wentworth Court was the place and the inmates were of the tascb variety.
Well he said he told this secret only to me and 'twas
because I was a Wibble Child........Craig told me that
he was, himself, 'Animal Chin'.






Left by Cosmic Cheese / Team Raggy Doll on 2009-12-23 00:00:13

Words Taken from R.A.D. Magazine, Issue 81, 1989:

"Just outside the centre of Dundee a dusty old council owned factory sits. This conveniently large building supports one of the biggest mini ramps in Britain ? 28 feet wide, with a spine, roll-through and 10 feet wide high sections. The ramp sits in an area which could hold another two to three ramps of the same size, combined with a street area just as big"...

"The scene on the ramp was giving strong indications of what could be expected: a gnarly snake session was taking place, the platforms were diving-board city, and hefty bags of tricks were being thrown around."

"it was a weekend of ground-breaking skating. Barclay and Craig, who organised it, the sponsors who provided the prizes and the guy who donated the ply had all contributed to an event which might (scratch might..DID) change the course of British skating." From R.A.D. Magazine, Issue 81, 1989

Animal Chin was in the building.
Epic Days.
craig had the rare ability to create fantastic things out of almost nothing ..
the essence of skateboarding.

Left by Linda McKnight on 2009-12-22 23:14:51

To let everyone know,
Craigs funeral will be,
30th Dec 2009, 4.15, Dundee Crematorium,
all welcome

His big sister Linda,
I'll miss him sorely

Left by Carrie on 2009-12-22 22:03:09

Bye my McKnight in shining armour! You lifted my spirits everytime you came in the shops I worked in Newport. Spar & Scotmid. I came to know you and Izzy through your custom and kind hearts. Im sure you are both together again. Much love. Carrie :-)xxx

Left by Kenny McLeish on 2009-12-22 20:35:25

Craig had a such a positive impact on so many peoples lives. I know he did on mine.

I'll miss you big man.

Left by Bleachy boy on 2009-12-22 20:30:05

I just got the news...god!
The man is a legend and a true friend, he touched a lot of people and will be sorely missed.

Wibble...

Left by Andy on 2009-12-22 16:13:28

Craigs Funeral will be at The Crematorium in Dundee at 4.15.wednesday 30th December
help spread the word.

Left by Morag on 2009-12-22 15:24:05

Ben, if you get this, give me a ring - Smod has my number. Morag

Left by Jacky boy on 2009-12-22 11:17:31

Still in total shock... RIP CRAIG, you were a true legend between friends and you will always be with us.


Sam and Natalie, if you guys need anything just phone...(01382623397)

F.s for life

Left by Flumph Master M on 2009-12-21 16:55:57

Dearest Craig, my heart is sore for you , Sam Natalie Linda and your Dad, Smod Andy,Pete, and all the other "boys". As long as you were there in newport, it didn't feel as if Issy was totally gone.I will never forget your wonderful dance, the way you looked after your Mum, and your kindnesses to me since she died.Your stickers that Lewis so enjoyed being the first IN THE WORLD to have at the skate park at Kelvingrove. He loved that. Don't rest in peace Craig. Wherever you are rip it up and give them hell. Love you, Flumph Master M.

Left by Jamie ballantine on 2009-12-21 14:08:47

Shocked to hear this sad news.

Craig was an inspiration to all who met him. His enthusiasm for skateboarding was infectious. It was a privilege to have known him.
I first met Craig in the 90's, and I will never forget his drive and determination which made the Newport Bowl a reality.

Rest in peace Craig

Left by John Buultjens (Australia) on 2009-12-21 00:14:21

I first met craig back in 1988. We didn't click at first because I was on a BMX and he was a skater. But a few weeks went past and we became good friends. We both had one thing in common. We liked to ride transitions. I even got him on my bike once or twice. I remember so many good times at Clan Skate in Stobswell. I think I bought every Vision Street Wear item he and Barclay ever got in. Yes even the skate tees. I also remember the times when he was working at the Rep Theatre Company. I loved going to a few of his show's. Craig you were a mentor to so many people, myself in a big way. You will be sadly missed buddy. But never forgotten. R.I.P. Buddy!

Left by Andy on 2009-12-20 21:31:16

Ill call you tomorrow Sam.

Left by Andrew dobson on 2009-12-20 21:01:31

A true legend of Scottish Skateboarding has left us, but only in physical form.

A father and a mentor to so many, and an inspiration to all whose lives he
touched through skateboarding and good times (baby).

His impact, his memory will live on through every; frontside, speedline, carve, grind, slash. Bass thump, six pack, round 'o' teas and blessing.

Pappa Newport, you will be missed.

Left by Sam on 2009-12-20 17:05:27

Hey andy, thanks alot

We should meet up for a drink sometime :D

Left by Andy on 2009-12-20 15:04:35

RIP Craig

Take care, Sam. were all thinking of you and Natalie just now. Craig really was extremely proud of both of you. You made him very happy
Craig will live forever in all of us.
Using kindness and determination he truly made a difference to his friends lives.





Left by Sam Mcknight on 2009-12-20 08:49:02

I dont believe what has happened, he was such a good father to me. i cant really talk right now.

RIP DAD

Left by Murray on 2009-12-20 04:24:58

Cant describe what i'm thinking. i obviously never knew Craig as well as a lot of you - but he never had anything but good things to say about me or anyone else - he did a lot for us , for dundee skateboarding he did a lot for the scene. when i heard the news i couldn't convey what i thought properly. our thoughts are with Craig and his family. R.I.P. forefather of Dundee skateboarding. I know he will be looking down on dudhope skatepark as often as he can. Proper gutted about this news. he better be having a few words with animal chin wherever he is i bet they're getting on just fine.Craig you were and are a legend and you're name is gonna go down in our history to be remembered forever.

Left by Garry Brown on 2009-12-19 22:01:45

So sad to hear this. RIP Craig, you did so much for skateboarding.

Left by Gd on 2009-12-19 20:28:21

Aweful news, rest in peace.

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