guy knight

November 23, 1951 ~ August 30, 2010

After an 18 month battle with lung cancer, Guy L. Knight, 58, of Marietta, GA passed away Aug 30, 2010. Guy was born in Los Angeles, CA on Nov. 23, 1951 son of Harold and Neva Knight. He is survived in death by his wife, Lynn Knight, Marietta, GA and his step children, Britni Rowen of New York, NY, Kelly Rowen of Atlanta, GA, and Brian Rowen of West Point, NY. Guy attended Loyola Marymount University of CA under scholarship for Art and Business. His career began as he co-founded PATH International a domestic cargo airlines and freight forwarder specializing in the movement of livestock and race horses worldwide. From there he was the Director of Operations Planning for US Cargo Airlines the footprint organization for UPS. His career furthered when he joined FEDEX CORP. with positions ranging from sales, cps, marketing to P+L responsibility for various and international departments. Guy was with FEDEX for 20 years. In total Guy spent more than 30 years in aviation operations, marketing, sales and aftermarket process improvement management. In combination with other founding businesses, he spent time in Savannah, GA with Gulfstream Aircraft Corporation. There he was Vice President of APILG Aerospace Products International Logistics Group and Vice President/GM of APILG/Gulfstream Aircraft Corp Contract. His career finished as founder of Knight & Associates. He was Vice President of Marketing Worldwide Ops & Business Development of 2MoRo, Inc. One of the only two certified MRO/Supply-Chain solution providers supporting SAP worldwide. Guy was a member of Roswell United Methodist Church. There will be a memorial in the Chapel on Friday Sept 10, 2010 at 3:00pm. Our lives are better because Guy was with us!
Cremation Society of GA 404-355-7627

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  1. Doug Challis says:

    My heart felt condolences to Lynn and family in regards to the passing of Guy.
    In the time that I knew Guy, he always made it crystal clear to me how much love and respect that he felt for his wife Lynn.
    I would like to mention, that Guy’s upbeat dedication & service to the Aviation Community was greatly appreciated. His actions & love for aviation will remain a source of inspiration to those of us that he touched.

    Good bye for now, my friend Guy,
    see you in heaven


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