Marcia Kay Knight
Thursday 9th of February 1956 - Monday 26th of July 2021
Marcia Kay Knight, 65, passed away in the early morning of Monday, July 26, 2021. Marcia was born to the late Warren and Jo Anne (Merrick) Bugg in Lexington, Kentucky on February 9, 1956.
Marcia wed Timothy Knight June 30, 1995 and together, they celebrated 26 years of marriage. Marcia spent 32+ years on the contract at Bluegrass Station working for Serv-Air, E-Systems, Raytheon, L-3 Communications and lastly Lockheed Martin in a variety of positions before retiring this past June. Marcia took great pride in knowing her work supported the men and women of the military. Marcia loved her stuffed animals, her pets (Afghan hound and Sam) and the horse, all breeds, shapes, sizes and colors. Junior League horse show in Lexington and the World Championship Horse Show at the Kentucky State Fair were annual trips.
Left to cherish her memory is her loving husband, Tim; stepbrother, David (Joan) Bugg; Cousins Brenda, Cathy, Sarah, Bernice, Barbara, Nancy, Lynn, Bobby, Billy, Debbie. In addition to her parents, Marcia was preceded in death by her stepmother, Anne Spoonamore.
Visitation for Marcia will be held Sunday, August 1st 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm at Milward-Southland located at 391 Southland Drive with funeral service Monday, August 2nd at 11:00 am at the funeral home. Interment in Lexington Cemetery will follow.
Donations can be made to the Saddlebred Horse Museum at the Kentucky Horse Park or The Humane Society.
To share a remembrance of Marcia or to offer condolences to her family, please visit milwardfuneral.com.
I wanted to offer my deepest sympathies to Tim about Marcia. Melanie and I will hold you in our hearts and offer our prayers for you and your family. Know that you are important to us.
I worked with Marcia for over 15 years. She was one of the most genuine people I ever had the pleasure of meeting. She was part of my work family. We all grew up on that contract together. My heart goes out to the family.
Marcia worked for/with me for many years at Bluegrass Station. There wasn’t anything I asked of her that she didn’t go over and beyond! Greater than having Marcia work for me, she was my true and beautiful friend! I was honored and blessed to have had her in my life! Until we meet again, Marcia Kay! 💔🙏
Marcia Kay was a great friend to all. We worked together for many years and I loved her dearly. Love, Sassy
LeRoy (Mitch) Mitchellsays
Marcia was a great teammate and my friend. She would always go the extra mile in helping our team be succcessful in working simple or complex projects. She was very kind and generous and sincerely cared about others. I will greatly miss her. Thoughts and prayers for her family during this difficult time of loss.
I’m so sorry to hear about Marcia Kay,she is my cousin....We had great times growing up together,at Grandma Buggs,Grandma Spoonamore and at her house in Danville. We lost contact after we all got married. So sad. My condolences for her family....Loved she was. ❤️