Elijah Isaiah Knipe

September 24, 1999 — December 4, 2021

Elijah Isaiah Knipe

Elijah Isaiah Knipe, 22, was born on September 24,1999 in Cleveland, Ohio, and

has passed away at the young age of 22 on December 4, 2021 due to a fatal crash

on I-90 in Bratenahl surrounded by the family and friends in which he loved so

much.

Elijah's life may have been cut short, but he touched the hearts of many while he

was with us.

Elijah, son of Edward Knipe and Angela Crandall, was the forth youngest of eleven

children.

His mother Angela raised him alongside her own child from a previous

relationship- - Jeremiah.

His father Edward, and Angela together conceived their son Xavier alongside his

own three children from a previous marriage- - London, Nicholas and Christian.

After his parents' divorce in 2001, Elijah's mother Angela would go to remarry in

2006, to Ricardo Henry. Ricardo saw Elijah as a son who raised him along side his

own six children from a previous marriage- - Latoya, Ricky, Darren, Darius and

Denzel. Angela and Ricardo together conceived their son Emanuel.

Elijah is preceded in death by his beloved grandmothers, Pamela Crandall, and

Karen Knipe.

He is survived by his mother, Angela Crandall, his father, Edward Knipe, and stepfather, Ricardo Henry, as well as his siblings, London Matthews, Jeremiah Causby,

Xavier Knipe, Nicholas Knipe, Christian Knipe, Latoya Henry, Ricardo Henry Jr,

Darren Henry, Darius Henry, Denzel Henry, and Emanuel Henry.

In lieu of flowers donations are to be made to her YouCaring account,

www.YouCaring.com/ElijahKnipe. Family will receive friends at the Saint Michael

Archangel Roman Catholic Church, 3114 Scranton Road, Cleveland, OH 44109,

Saturday, December 18, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

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