Donald Steven "Steve" Knight of Sand Springs, Oklahoma was born on December 19, 1949 in Los Angeles, California to Donald Francis and Wanda (Torrance) Knight. He passed from this life into the arms of God on October 20, 2020 at 70 years of age. \r\n\r\nSteve was preceded in death by his daughter, Summer Christena Knight, his parents, and his grandparents, Carl and Rose Torrance and Roy and Helen Knight. He was also preceded by his father and mother-in-law, Ben and Christena Martin and brother-in-law, Monte Martin. \r\n\r\nHe is survived by his wife of 39 years, Sally (Martin) Knight of the home, son, Ben Knight of Prue, daughter, Mariah West and husband, Kincaid of Sand Springs, and grandchildren, Natalie and Anthony Knight of Prue. \r\n\r\nThe oldest of eight he is also survived by four brothers and three sisters - Scott Knight and wife Melenda of Broken Arrow, Brett Knight and wife Patricia of Sand Springs, Mike Knight and wife Shannon of Broken Arrow, Dave Knight of Mannford, Cindy Parker and husband Rick of Sapulpa, Jan Wilder of Mannford, and Carla Boyd and husband Henry of Texas. Also surviving are 17 nieces and nephews. \r\n\r\nSurviving last, but not least, is his best friend and extra brother since junior high, Rod Hargrave of Oklahoma City. \r\n\r\nSteve graduated from McLain High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma and attended Oklahoma Baptist University where he became an ordained minister. Although he never pastored a church, he gladly preached whenever asked and ministered to everyone he met. He also attended Northeastern Oklahoma A & M College and was the Norseman mascot. He loved the spotlight and performed major parts in their theatrical productions. Later in life he joined the Sand Springs Community Players, also performing major roles. In real life, Steve was a jokester and the life of every party. Children also loved him - he was a kid magnet. \r\n\r\nSteve and Sally were introduced by a mutual friend and married after only 5 months of dating. His son Benjamin instantly became her son and together they had two more children, Summer Christena and Mariah Jo. \r\n\r\nHe owned and operated his own business, Home Service Club , and later was employed by TV Guide as a sales rep. His final employment was as General Manager of the Sports Fan-Attic store in Tulsa. A favorite part of his position was traveling with Billy Sims and other football players to manage autograph signings in various locations.\r\n\r\nMost important in his life, was spreading the gospel and working in his church. He enjoyed teaching all ages and singing in the choir. He also loved singing solos and in small groups.\r\n\r\nHis hobbies included boating, fishing and car shows. He was proud to win many trophies with his 1929 Model A. Also traveling to Branson with Sally was a yearly favorite trip.\r\n\r\nSteve was a loving husband, father and grandfather. He will be greatly missed.\r\n\r\nYou may view the funeral service for Steve via the Facebook page for Dillon Funeral Service.