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‘Little People, Big World’ Star Amy Roloff’s Mother Patricia Knight Dies at 86

A heartbreaking loss. Amy Roloff‘s mother, Patricia Knight, died at the age of 86 after a recent hospitalization, Us Weekly can confirm.

Roloff reacted to the news on Monday, September 30, via Instagram.

Little People Big World Amy Roloff Mom Patricia Knight Dies at 86

“It’s been a tough week after hearing sad news. But these two – my grand kids Jackson and Ember – always make me smile and melt my heart. 😊❤️,” the Little People, Big World star wrote alongside two photos of Tori and Zach Roloff’s son, Jackson and Audrey and Jeremy’s daughter, Ember. “Simply, Love them so much. #grandkids #imthankful #imblessed #amyroloffssecondact love being a grandma!”

Amy confirmed in June that her mother was in the hospital.

“From Souix Falls SD to Going ‘home’ to see my parents. My mom isn’t doing so well and I need to see them. Every moment is precious the older I get and the older they get. ❤️. Like the old days I’m going to make dinner for them. This Michigan girl is coming home. 😊❤️ #amyroloffssecondact #michigan #homestate #puremichigan #dadandmom #lovemyfamily,” she wrote on June 7.

Three days later, the reality TV personality revealed Patricia’s heart was “weak.”

Little People Big World Amy Roloff Mom Patricia Knight Dies at 86

“So glad I got to come home and visit w/ my Mom and Dad. Waiting to hear if she gets to come home today. She’s ready and tired of hospital food, that’s a good sign,” Amy wrote on June 10. “She gets tired easily but her mind is sharp. The transition of slowing down and not doing all she’d like to do will be hard. Just need to appreciate the moments, what she can do and the days that are left. Thank you to everyone that so thoughtfully thought of me and my parents and for all your prayers.”

Amy returned to Michigan last month for a final visit with her mother.

“This time the moments meant so much more- maybe because I’m not so sure when the next time I’ll get to share a day, a conversation, a meal … w/ my Mom and Dad,” she captioned a series of photos with her parents on August 2 via Instagram. “As I get older and look back and see how much time has gone by to how many days I have to look forward to – not so much the # of days but more in being sure I’m grateful for the moment I have right now. I’m so thankful I just got to hang out w/ my parents, and just be with them. I loved that Chris was by my side and able to come out again and share in the moment and hang out w/ me too. Sharing, gathering, thankful for now. ❤️🌻”

She concluded: “My mom is hanging in there. She’s still able to get around a little – she’s determined and her mind is strong but her body is weak. Just try to take time to appreciate moments everyday before they slip away. Love to you all.”

In happier news, Amy announced her engagement to her boyfriend, Chris Marek, on September 20. She split from ex-husband Matt Roloff in June 2015. The former spouses share twins Jeremy and Zach, 29, daughter Molly, 26, and son Jacob, 22.

Radar Online was first to report the news.

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In late September, Amy Roloff of Little People Big World shared that her mother, Patricia Knight, had died at the age of 86. This past Sunday, Amy posted on Instagram that she's currently feeling emotionally "torn."

As Amy penned in her social media post, she is "happy" that her mother isn't "in pain" anymore but still "misses her so much." On top of that, Amy, who is in Michigan now for her mother's memorial service on Thursday, said she's also missing her fiancé, Chris Marek (though, Amy says Chris and her kids — Jeremy, Jacob, Molly, and Zach — will be there for the service).

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"It’s a kind of mixed emotions for my heart kind of day. I’m sad and yet I know I’m blessed in many ways and I’m so thankful for life and moments," she wrote alongside a photo of herself and Chris and a separate image of her parents. "Remember to be kind and let others know you love them every day. Life is but a moment and let’s collect as many as we can while doing our best to live life."

Amy's fans quickly took to the Roloff matriarch's comment section to show their support. "Losing a parent changes you to be full of love for everyone ❤️❤️❤️ having children changes you too 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 blessings," one fan wrote. Another simply said: "Sorry for your loss💙."

In a previous statement to People, Amy echoed her sentiment about not taking things for granted.

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"I am so sad about my mom’s passing, but comforted by all the memories I have and that she lived a happy, long life with my father. She was a great mom,” she said last month. “Life is a gift, appreciate the moments in each day.”

Earlier this summer, Amy took a trip to Michigan to be with her mother, who was admitted to the hospital at the time. The TLC reality star later said that although her mom's heart was "weak" and she was "getting tired easily," her mind was still "sharp."

"Just need to appreciate the moments, what she can do and the days that are left. Thank you to everyone that so thoughtfully thought of me and my parents and for all your prayers," Amy wrote on Instagram back in June. "So kind and I so appreciate it.❤️"


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Little People, Big World Star Amy Roloff's Mom Dies at 86

Little People, Big World star Amy Roloff‘s mother, Patricia Knight, has died, PEOPLE can confirm. She was 86.

“I am so sad about my mom’s passing but comforted by all the memories I have and that she lived a happy, long life with my father,” Roloff said in an exclusive statement to PEOPLE. “She was a great mom. Thank you for all the condolences and well wishes. Life is a gift, appreciate the moments in each day.”

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While details of Knight’s death are unknown, the family will honor her memory on October 24 at a local Michigan funeral home, according to the obituary.

After her mother’s death was made public on Monday, Roloff, 55, hinted at the loss in an Instagram post on Monday.

“It’s been a tough week after hearing sad news,” she captioned a photo of her two grandchildren.

The TLC star continued, “But these two – my grand kids Jackson and Ember – always make me smile and melt my heart. Simply, Love them so much. #grandkids#imthankful #imblessed#amyroloffssecondact love being a grandma!”

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In June, Roloff revealed to her followers on Instagram that she was returning to her home state of Michigan to spend some quality time with her parents after her mom had been admitted to the hospital.

During the trip, she shared a smiling photo of herself and her 90-year-old father at the dinner table after visiting Knight at the medical facility.

“Wish it was for other reasons than my Mom being in the hospital- I love coming ‘home’ to Michigan,” she wrote. “After visiting w/ my Mom in the hospital I made dinner for my Dad! He enjoyed it and I loved making it for him.”

The next day, Roloff said that she was waiting to learn whether the family matriarch could return home.

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Amy Roloff with her parents

“So glad I got to come home and visit w/ my Mom and Dad. Waiting to hear if she gets to come home today,” Roloff wrote alongside a photo of herself in front of her parents’ Michigan home.

“Her heart is weak though and she gets tired easily but her mind is sharp,” Roloff said of her mother. “The transition of slowing down and not doing all she’d like to do will be hard. Just need to appreciate the moments, what she can do and the days that are left.”

The tragic loss comes less than two weeks after Roloff exclusively revealed to PEOPLE that she was engaged to her boyfriend Chris Marek. He proposed on Sept. 18, one day after Roloff’s birthday, at the restaurant where the couple has frequented since their first anniversary.

After her engagement to Marek, Roloff told PEOPLE, “I’m excited, I’m so surprised, I’m thrilled. I never in a million years thought I’d be getting married again, but I also hoped for it! Now that it’s happening, I couldn’t be happier or more excited.”

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Added Marek, “I was very nervous! It had to be a heart shaped diamond because I knew that’s what Amy wanted.”

Roloff was previously married to Matt Roloff, with whom she shares four children: twin brothers Jeremy and Zach, 29, daughter Molly, 26, and youngest son Jacob, 22. She filed for divorce in 2015 after 27 years of marriage.

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'Little People, Big World's Amy Roloff Is MARRIED!

Little People, Big World is back, and we’re learning more about Amy Roloff than ever before. Last season, we saw Amy make the major decision to move off of Roloff Farms, which is where she resided with ex-husband Matt Roloff post-divorce. Now, she’s finding a new place and embarking on a life with her partner of several years, Chris Marek. And the two are officially engaged.

While Amy’s ultra-excited about her engagement, it’s been a bittersweet experience for her thus far. She lost her mom in 2019, and she’s written about the experience on Instagram. Now, she’s opening up about it again on the show.

Amy Roloff’s mother died in September 2019

Amy’s talked a lot about her difficult childhood on LPBW, and she also referenced her troubles growing up in her memoir, A Little Me. She’s the only one in her family who’s a little person, which she’s noted made her feel quite lonely as a kid. Despite it all, she still loved and appreciated her parents, and she wrote about her relationship with them on social media.

Amy frequently visited her home state of Michigan while her mother was ill. “Wish it was for other reasons than my Mom being in the hospital- I love coming ‘home’ to Michigan,” she captioned an Instagram post from June 2019. “My Mom is doing ok. The coming home and the care she may need is the tough part. Just glad I could be here!”

When her mother died in September 2019, she spoke out about the loss. “I am so sad about my mom’s passing but comforted by all the memories I have and that she lived a happy, long life with my father,” Amy told People. “She was a great mom. Thank you for all the condolences and well wishes. Life is a gift, appreciate the moments in each day.”

Amy is now planning a wedding with her fiancé, Chris Marek

Those who watch LPBW just saw Marek get down on one knee and ask Amy for her hand in marriage. But those who follow Amy’s Instagram know they’ve been engaged for quite awhile now — and she’s more excited than ever to share her wedding plans as she creates them.

“Chris and I celebrated our 3rd year anniversary of dating last Wednesday. And to my wonderful happy surprise he proposed and asked me to marry him!” Amy captioned her post from September 2019. “I couldn’t believe it it! I cried, he had tears and of course I said YES! I’m engaged and couldn’t be happier. I love this man so much.”

Since then, Amy’s spoken about her engagement on Facebook Live. And she noted she’s “traditional” when it comes to what she wants. “I’m much more of a traditional person … I want the wedding and the reception,” she told her fans. “I would like to share that experience with [Chris].”

She admitted she’s having ‘conflicting emotions’ about her wedding and her mother’s death

Amy’s mother died in the same month she got engaged, and it’s bringing a lot of emotions to the surface even still. Now, People has an exclusive look at the episode of LPBW premiering May 5 — and it’s when Amy learns of her mother’s death.

“My mom was 86 and she passed before my parents celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary and you know, she was just having some health issues,” Amy explains. “Eventually, they found out that it was her heart. So her heart was starting to give up.”

Amy then reflected on one of her favorite recent memories with her mother — and it was the previous summer’s vacation. “My grandkids were there and I was very, very happy that my mom got to see her great-grandkids, which she always wanted,” Amy said. But she then reflected that she wished she had more time with her mom, and she wanted her mom to have more time with the Roloff kids and grandkids.

As far as the engagement being so close to her mother’s death is concerned, Amy had “conflicting emotions” about this, too. “A lot of them are happy, so it’s hard to grieve one moment and then be happy the next.”

We’ll have to wait and see how Amy handles the family death on LPBW. But we know she has the support of Marek, her kids, and her fans along the way.

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Little People, Big World's Amy Roloff Tearfully Opens Up About Her Mom's Death

Amy Roloff is opening up about one of the most beloved people in her life — her late mother.

Last September, the Little People, Big World star's mom Patricia Knight died at 86, months after she had been admitted to the hospital. At the time, Amy, 55, said in a statement, "I am so sad about my mom's passing but comforted by all the memories I have and that she lived a happy, long life with my father."

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In PEOPLE's exclusive sneak peek at Tuesday's episode of the TLC reality series, Amy reflects on her mother's passing, sharing, "I got hit with some really sad news: My mom passed away."

Amy Roloff and her mother, Patricia Knight
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"It came on a little bit sudden, so I need to fly out to Michigan to be with my family and attend her memorial service," she explains. "My mom was 86 and she passed before my parents celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary and you know, she was just having some health issues. Eventually they found out that it was her heart. So her heart was starting to give up."

"I want to go to Michigan about three days prior to the memorial service, so I'm going to leave right after the prom," continues Amy, who adds, "I'll definitely be missing pumpkin season."

Thankfully, Amy was able to soak up some quality family time with her parents and loved ones — including her children (she shares twins Jeremy and Zach, 29, daughter Molly, 26, and son Jacob, 23, with ex-husband Matt Roloff) and grandchildren — during a recent summer vacation.

"Last summer was probably one of the best vacations I have ever had because all of my kids were there. My grandkids were there and I was very, very happy that my mom got to see her great-grandkids, which she always wanted," Amy recalls. "She always wanted to brag, like all of her other friends, that, 'Yeah, I got to see my great-grandkids and I have them.'"

Amy Roloff with her children and grandchildren
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While Amy is grateful to have enjoyed more than 50 years of love and life with her mother, she wishes she could have had more time with the family matriarch in her adult years.

"Do I wish I had more time with her as an adult? Yeah, I do," says Amy. "I wish she could've seen my kids and her grandkids and her great-grandkids a little more often."

Tearing up, Amy says her mother's loss has made her reflect on her own life.

"I think it's just a reminder of my own life, with all the changes that are going on in my life," she says, getting emotional. "It was just a lot."

Amy Roloff with her parents
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Amy, who got engaged to Chris Marek less than two weeks before her mother's death, admits that she's experiencing "a lot of conflicting emotions."

"And, you know, a lot of them are happy, that's the whole thing," she says. "A lot of them are happy, so it's hard to grieve one moment and then be happy the next."

RELATED: Little People, Big World's Amy Roloff Reveals If Ex-Husband Matt Is Invited to Her Wedding

Amy Roloff and fiance Chris Marek
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In an exclusive statement to PEOPLE on Sept. 30, Amy confirmed Knight's death.

"I am so sad about my mom's passing but comforted by all the memories I have and that she lived a happy, long life with my father," she said. "She was a great mom. Thank you for all the condolences and well wishes. Life is a gift, appreciate the moments in each day."

Amy Roloff with her parents and fiance, Chris Marek
| Credit: Amy Roloff/Instagram

Last June, the mother of four revealed to her followers on Instagram that she was returning to her home state of Michigan to spend some quality time with her parents after her mom had been admitted to the hospital.

During the trip, she shared a smiling photo of herself and her 90-year-old father at the dinner table after visiting Knight at the medical facility.

"Wish it was for other reasons than my Mom being in the hospital — I love coming 'home' to Michigan," she wrote. "After visiting w/ my Mom in the hospital I made dinner for my Dad! He enjoyed it and I loved making it for him."

The next day, Amy said that she was waiting to learn whether Knight could return home.

RELATED: Amy Roloff Says She Feels 'Relieved' as She Moves Out of Family Farm to New House Post-Divorce

Amy Roloff with her parents
| Credit: Amy Roloff/Instagram

"So glad I got to come home and visit w/ my Mom and Dad. Waiting to hear if she gets to come home today," she wrote alongside a photo of herself in front of her parents' Michigan home.

"Her heart is weak though and she gets tired easily but her mind is sharp," the TLC star said of her mother. "The transition of slowing down and not doing all she'd like to do will be hard. Just need to appreciate the moments, what she can do and the days that are left."

Little People, Big World airs Tuesdays (9 p.m. ET) on TLC.

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Amy Roloff of 'Little People, Big World' Bust Out Into Tears about Her Late Mom Patricia Knight

Amy Roloff

American television personality (born 1962)

Amy Roloff

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Roloff in 2007

Born

Amy Jo Knight


(1962-09-17) September 17, 1962 (age 59)

Michigan, U.S.

OccupationTelevision personality, Author, Motivational Speaker
Years active2005–present
Spouse(s)

Matthew Roloff

(m. 1987; div. 2016)​
[1]
Chris Marek (m. 2021)
Children4

Amy Jo Roloff (née Knight; born September 17, 1962) is an American television personality, author, baker, and motivational speaker. Roloff is best known for her reality television role on TLC's Little People, Big World.[2] The show featured the daily life of the Roloff family, where the two parents have dwarfism.[3]

Early life[edit]

Roloff was born Amy Jo Knight on September 17, 1962[4] to Gordon Knight,[5] who worked for Ford Motor Company,[6] and Patricia Knight (died 2019).[7][8] Her parents had three other children: Cyndi (died 2015),[9] Katherine, and Roger.[10] She was born with a genetic condition called achondroplasia that causes short stature.[11]

Amy Roloff attended Franklin High School in Livonia, Michigan.[12] She earned a degree in business from Central Michigan University.[6]

Career[edit]

Film[edit]

Roloff and her family began filming Little People, Big World in 2006. She has also been featured on The View,[13]Jay Leno,[14]Oprah,[15]Good Morning America, Celebrity Buzz, Celebrity Chopped,[16] and the Rachel Ray Show.[17]

Books[edit]

In 2012, a book by Roloff, Short and Simply Family Recipes, was published by WestWinds Press. It contains 75 original family recipes.[18][4] She is also the author of an autobiography, A Little Me, and Little People Big Values.[19][6]

Amy Roloff's Little Kitchen[edit]

In 2016, Roloff opened an online bakery named Amy Roloff's Little Kitchen. Some of her products include seasonal baked goods.[20][21]

Charity[edit]

In 2009, Roloff founded the Amy Roloff Charity Foundation.[22] She uses her fame to help youth at risk and people with disabilities. Roloff has also donated to the Dwarf Athletic Association of America and a foster care organization, and supported low-income senior housing and homeless shelters.[23]

Motivational speaking[edit]

Amy Roloff also works as a motivational speaker.[24] She was the keynote speaker at Lakes Health Conference in 2010,[25] Empowering Women in Business Conference (EWIB) in 2015,[26] Adrian College's Dr. James Borland Convocational Series in 2019,[6] and Women's Power Lunch.[27] She participates in the Get Motivated business seminar speaking series.[28][29]

Personal life[edit]

Roloff, then Amy Knight, met Matt Roloff at a Little People of America convention in 1987. The two married on September 12, 1987. They had four children: fraternal twins Jeremy and Zachary (born 1990), Molly (1993), and Jacob (1997). The couple publicly expressed interest in a divorce in March 2014.[30][31] On June 5, 2015, the couple officially announced a divorce.[32] The divorce was finalized in May 2016.[33]

Amy and Matt owned a 100-acre (40 ha) farm near Helvetia, Oregon.[34] The farm opens to the public during October, featuring attractions such as a pumpkin patch.[4][35] In 2009, a woman who visited the farm sued the Roloffs, claiming to have fallen due to their negligence of safety procedures. The couple denied wrongdoing and the case was settled out of court in 2013.[36] Due to the divorce, Matt bought the farm from Amy, and she purchased a new home in Oregon.[37]

The couple also owned Roloff Farms Salsa, a pumpkin salsa company.[38]

On September 19, 2019, Amy became engaged to then-boyfriend Chris Marek.[39][40] They were married on August 28, 2021, at the farm she had lived on with her first husband [41]

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'Little People' Tragedy: Amy Roloff's Mother Patricia Knight Dead At 86

Little People, Big World star Amy Roloff's mother has died, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.

According to her obituary, Patricia Knight passed away on September 24 in a Michigan hospital with her husband of 67 years, Gordon G. Knight, by her side. She was 86 years old.

Patricia's health had been declining, and she was hospitalized recently, Amy, 55, previously told Instagram followers.

The reality TV star made several visits to her hometown of Gregory, Michigan to spend time with her mom in recent months.

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"I’m so bummed my mom couldn’t come home yet but needs to stay in the hospital a little longer so they can take care of an infection in the bone of her finger still," Amy wrote on June 11. "Her heart is weak but she is doing well considering. I was sad to have to leave already to come back home."

In August, during Amy's final visit before her mom passed, she admitted to taking the time to cherish the moment with her parents.

"This time the moments meant so much more — maybe because I’m not so sure when the next time I’ll get to share a day, a conversation, a meal ... with my Mom and Dad." She wrote. " As I get older and look back and see how much time has gone by to how many days I have to look forward to - not so much the # of days but more in being sure I’m grateful for the moment I have right now."

Patricia, who made several appearances on LPBW over the years, is survived by her 90-year-old husband and three children: Katherine, Roger and Amy.

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A memorial service will be held in late October, and it appears likely Amy and her children Jeremy, Zach, Jacob and Molly will attend.

Though Amy did not announce the tragic news to fans, she did hint at a recent tragedy affecting her famous family.

"It’s been a tough week after hearing sad news," Amy wrote in an Instagram post on Monday, September 30.

The sad news comes just one week after Amy became engaged to her boyfriend of three years, Chris Marek.

Chris popped the question on September 18

“I’m excited, I’m so surprised, I’m thrilled!” she told People. “I never in a million years thought I’d be getting married again, but I also hoped for it!"

Sours: https://radaronline.com/exclusives/2019/09/little-people-big-world-amy-roloff-mom-dead-patricia-knight-heart-problems/


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