January 5, 2013
Brenda Knob, beloved wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend, passed away Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012, at home at the age of 57, after a valiant 15 month battle with brain cancer.
Brenda Joyce Bochmann was born in Craig Oct. 26, 1955, to Richard and Doris Bochmann. She spent her childhood and the majority of her adult life in Craig.
Brenda graduated from Moffat County High school with the class of 1973. Her first marriage with Dave DeRose resulted in the birth of her cherished son, Troy.
Brenda married Alan Knob in June 1993, a union resulting with the birth of her precious daughter, Morgan.
Brenda was devoted to her children, family and to the church, consistently seeking to foster the love and glory of God in the lives of those around her. Her life was marked by service, both to her family and in her community.
Brenda's sweet spirit and vibrant energy, will be missed by her family and friends.
Brenda was proceeded in death by her beloved sister, Judy Sadvar (1997); grandparents Isabella Bochmann and Edgar and Zada Picard; and her Uncle Bud (Charles Owens, 2012).
She is survived by her loving husband, Alan Knob; daughter Morgan, of Craig; son Troy (Sara) DeRose, of Colorado Springs; parents Richard and Doris Bochmann, of Fruita; brothers Richard (Donna), of Elko, Nev., David, of Grand Junction, and Bruce (Mary), of Fruita; sisters Debbie, of North Carolina, and Mary, of Fruita; many nieces and nephews; and the Knob family of Delta.
When thou passest through the waters, I will be with thee; and through the rivers, they shall not overflow thee:
when thou walkest through the fire, thou shalt not be burned; neither shall the flame kindle upon thee.
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