We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at All Faith Memorial Chapel
It is with great sadness I announce the passing of our "Brother, Son, Father, Cousin, Uncle, Nephew, Grandpa, and Friend.”
Brian Anthony Knighton Age 54 born November 22, 1967 to the late Doraletha "Tutti" Knighton and John Lee Vaught; was unexpectedly taken from us on June 15th, 2022. Brian was born and raised in Hartford Connecticut. He loved his family, good food, and R&B music. He enjoyed being around his grandmother affectionately known as “MAMA.” Brian was filled with the love and values instilled by his grandmother; the late Mrs. Cenillia "MaMa" Knighton.
Brian is preceded by his mother Doraletha Knighton, his older brother Gregory Knighton, both his maternal grandparents Cecilia and James Knighton, his uncle Willie and his wife Ziity Knighton, and his uncle Walter Knighton.
Brain, David (”Butta”), and Curtis Knighton were more like brothers, not just first cousins. Brian loved working and enjoyed making people around him smile, telling jokes, and singing.
Brian leaves to cherish his memories, his three brothers; Raymond Anderson Knighton of Somers, CT, Eric Knighton and his wife Dorei of Hartford, CT, Joseph Agusta Douglas of Hartford, CT, and two aunts, Ms. Aquilla Ann Knighton of Hartford, CT, Mrs. Lola Knighton Burgher and husband Salvain of Windsor, CT, and one uncle, Johnny Lee Knighton of Hartford, CT.
Brian also leaves to cherish his memories; his beloved six children; three daughters, Katisha Anne Tucker and her wife Kaleena of Boynton Beach, FL, Brianna Lee Knighton of Hartford, CT, Tiana Marie Knighton of Hartford, CT, and three sons; Corey Knighton of New Britain, CT, Curtis Knighton and his wife Latisha of Hartford, CT, Brian Anthony "B-Man" Knighton. Jr of Hartford, CT, and *15 adorable grandchildren, Kaysha, Kamyah, Christiana, Corey Jr., Elyanna, Dmitri, Leah, Dayanna, Liliana, Andre, Curtis Jr., Lisa, Maximus, Khloe, Ja'Zyiah, and a host of nieces and nephews, cousins, and more extended family who loved him. Our hearts are heavy and filled with sadness, Brian will be forever missed.