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STRONG — Rusty LeRoy Knox, 35, of East Wilton, died Tuesday evening, Oct. 25, from an automobile accident on Lambert Hill Road on the Strong/Avon town line.

He was born on Nov. 17, 1980, in Farmington, a son of Elmer Jr. and Janette (Harris) Knox. He received his education at the Mark Emery Elementary School in North Anson and later was home-schooled and attended the Foster Career and Technical Education Center. He earned his GED at Mt. Blue High School.

On Feb. 13, 1999, in Farmington, he married Alyson Doiron of Wilton. He was a self-employed logger and owned Daddy’s Logging, a very fitting company name as he was devoted to his family and their well-being.

Rusty was a member of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Farmington. He enjoyed fishing, bowling and hunting and was described by his family as being a “socializing hunter.” He started a day of hunting with his daughters by first having a breakfast, socializing with other hunters, hunting in their favorite area for a brief while, breaking for “brunch” and another round of socializing, heading back out and, once again, breaking for lunch and some more friendly camaraderie.

Rusty had nicknames for everyone and catchy sayings like "STEW: Steak with obstacles." As his mother said, “Rusty knew no stranger and wanted no enemy.”

He loved his wife of 17 years, Alyson, and their four children, Alena “Goose,” Alexis “Doodlebug,” Isaac “Fuzzy Bear” and Wyatt “Tanka Truck,” all of East Wilton; his parents, Janette “Ma” and Elmer “Old Guy” of Strong; his paternal grandmother, Grammie Shirley Knox and Grampa Cecil Wells of Buxton; paternal grandfather, Elmer Knox Sr. of Brighton; his maternal grandmother, Janet Nile and her husband, Doug, of New Vineyard; a sister, Jammie “Jay Bird” Tyler and her husband, Devin "Stub," of Jay; a brother, Joseph “Bub” Knox of Phillips; many beloved nieces and nephews, Drake “Buddy” Tyler, Skyler-Rain “Skyler Rainpuddle” Tyler, Eben “Goob” Knox, Amelia Doiron and Nina Doiron; and several aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends, all of whom will miss his kindness, generous spirit and “that” smile.

He was predeceased by his maternal grandfather, Joseph Harris.

Condolences and tributes may be shared on his memorial wall where his tribute video can be viewed.



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