Karen Knight, 41, of Fargo, ND passed away on April 20, 2018 at home. Karen was born on November 10, 1976 in Fargo to Deloris and Lloyd Knight. She graduated from high school at Central Cass in 1995, and from Rasmussen College with an Associates' Degree in Accounting. Her greatest joy and accomplishment was raising her daughter Jayden, who is currently attending school at Minnesota State Community and Technical College. Karen's favorite thing to do was go on road trips with Jayden. They visited Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Chicago, Colorado, South Dakota, and took many other small trips. She loved to go out to eat, especially for sushi. Karen was always dressed better than anyone else and was rarely seen without her heels on. Karen enjoyed babysitting, hiking, yoga, biking, going to the lake, music concerts, Found Footage Festival, the Warrior Dash and the Color Run. Karen was survived by her daughter Jayden Peterson, Fargo, parents Lloyd and Deloris, Fargo, brother David Knight (Sharla Richards), Amenia, sister Kathy Knight (Josh Carpenter), Minneapolis, niece Kensey Knight and nephew Jeremy Knight, close friends Ryan Kringlie, Kileigh Maki, Whitney Rheault, Danielle Strom, Veronica Webb, Sarah Wilcox, and dozens of aunts, uncles, cousins, and co-workers and friends. She was especially close to long-time friends from Grandma's Saloon and Swanson Health. She also worked at Adelman's Concrete and Excavation and recently started at Archway. The funeral is Friday, April 27, 2018 at Boulger Funeral Home, 123 10th St. S, Fargo. Visitation will begin at 12:00 with a service at 1:00. Officiant is Pastor Ray Baker. A prayer service will be held at Faith United Methodist Church, 909 19th Ave N, Fargo on Thursday, April 26, 2018, 7:00 pm. Please join us to share memories, stories and photos. Karen's wish was to be cremated, and a headstone will be placed at Sunset Memorial Gardens near her grandparents Percy and Lydia Knight. In lieu of flowers, please donate to your favorite charity or to mental health organizations like FirstLink or Justins's Break the Silence. In lieu of flowers, please donate to your favorite charity or to mental health organizations like FirstLink or Justins's Break the Silence.

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  1. I so looked forward to Laz & Karen time. You were so much fun to be around and you owned a big part of my heart. I will forever cherish the pictures that I have of us together. Peace be with you.

    Laz

  2. I am so sorry to hear about your passing. You were a great person and your laugh was infectious. You will definitely be missed by many. May you rest in peace Karen. May God bless your family during this difficult time.

    Sincerely,
    Shannon Eidenschink

  3. Years ago our previous employer gave me an opportunity I couldn’t pass up; my first job in the FM area. Looking back on that day 6 years ago I would never have guessed Karen’s knowledge, wit and personality would lay the foundation for several years of success within the business. I made sure to share my appreciation with her face to face over the years whenever we crossed paths.

    One thing she always said was that a lot of success I had achieved was because of myself. It seems silly but without that foundation Karen created to reach higher, to do well and care about my jobs impact, I may not be where I am today. I’ll miss you, Karen. You cared and so did I.

  4. Karen- you were such a beautiful person. I always enjoyed talking to you when we worked together. I can’t seem wrap my head around this. Sure going to miss your beautiful soul. Your were such an amazing lady! Your smile and laugh was so contagious. Fly high my friend.

  5. Karen was my very best friend in grade school at Central Cass, & we continued our friendship for a year or more as penpals after I moved away to South Dakota at 8 years old. I had not seen her since we were kids, but seeing her picture brought back so many WONDERFUL memories. What a beautiful girl who will always remain alive in my heart. Knight family – I pray that God gives you strength & peace in knowing that Karen is now in His hands.

  6. Karen, and family, were part of our church family at United Methodist in Casselton. My thoughts and prayers are with the Knight family, very sorry for your loss.

  7. Deloris, was so sorry to hear about Karen. She was so beautiful! May the Lord be with you all at this sad time in your life.your friend, Carol Mergner

  8. Knight Family,
    Our families are so entwined. I wish you all my thoughts and prayers. So many memories through the years. Bless you and thank you for all your thoughts through the years, as we have thought of you. Ann (Killpack) Anderson

  9. Sincere sympathy !! Can’t even begin to know your loss!!! May the Lord hold you in his arms!!!

  10. Blessings, prayers and deep sympathy for all of you. The REE family loves all of you and holds you close in our hearts. May you feel this love and support now, and in the time to come.

  11. My deepest sympathy to the Knight family during this difficult loss. I will always hear her laugh.

    May you rest in peace Karen.

  12. My sympathies to the Knight Family, Karen was a wonderful friend with a beautiful smile and personality! She will be deeply missed.

  13. So sorry for your loss. Karen had the most contagious smile. She was a great person and friend

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