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Chillicothe, OH

#42 Jun 21, 2013
Cochise you have yet to fix my tatts you messed up,and I was there to help you when no one else would. So I'd appreciate an amends made. No disrespect of course,if your clean I'm very happy to hear it,and I'm sure if you think hard enough you will know who I am,and the ways you wronged me. To which even an apology would go a long ways.

Plano, IL

#43 Jul 7, 2013
Drinker? Yes. Drug addict? No! That great man once schooled me in front of the whole shop for coming in stoned. He wasn't perfect in his later years but he was not a drug addict. His back and hands were fucked up and he did the best he could. He was a very talented artist, and in his prime at road shows, and bike rallies he'd have hours booked for his chair before anyone else. At the Rodeo the man was a legend. Ill never forget the man. He taught me a lot both right, and wrong. But I have used everything he taught me, more than the BS I learned at CHS. My favorite quote is from him. "No matter what they do to you, Remember this. Fu*k them, they can't take away your Birthday" RIP my friend, you will always be loved by those that truly knew you.
wolfmans friend mark c

Columbus, OH

#44 Jul 7, 2013
its easy to dog someone when they are dead let him be he was a good friend and not a drug addict his work is well known all over I have several pieces pn me and have worked in Columbus and ppl I work around recognize his work and 30 years latter still look nice I would be proud to have one of your tats on me jack let the hatters hate that's all they know f em
tat lover

Ashville, OH

#45 Jul 7, 2013
My first tat was at the age of 18 by wolfman, still love it. I did have it recolored but hell that was done over 25 yrs ago. The artist that recolored it stated it was a tat9478 well done!
Dream weaver

Powell, OH

#46 Jul 8, 2013
Wow you know what I'm going to go find a thread and preach proper grammer and proper ways to explain what I think so I can feel like I'm smart too. Shut up he was a great tattoo artist and a great man it doesn't matter what he did on his own time did it bother you or anyone else? No not really. Now change your fake a** name up again and tell me everything I either spelled or explained "wrong" in here. It doesn't matter how or in what context I said something there's no need for you to continue to try to make me feel stupid or to try to make me look stupid because in the reality of it all your the sad person running around TOPIX of all places preaching the proper ways to do things. This is topix there is nothing proper about this web site. Now how about you do yourself a favor and move on because I'm done with you because truthfully your not really worth any more of my time not to mention I don't really care if this post is up here I don't feel the need to delete it because only people who have something to hide complain to topix to get them deleted. Now how about you go click on another name and preach to them how to properly defend themselves or someone they knew or loved. k? ;)
Thank you for your kind words. It's nice to see that there are still good people out there. I don't normally get on here but I was just browsing and saw a family member's name and read how people who didn't even know Jeff are bashing him and they have no idea what they are talking about. He was my cousin and his name was Jeff Knece nic named Wolf Man. He was a great man who served in the Military as a Naval Officer. He was was very kind and would help just about anyone out that he could. He is not Randy Knece's brother, we are all cousins, both of their father's were brothers and my grandmother is their older sister. He was a great artist not only in tattoo form but as a person, he marched to a beat of a different drum and that's what made him unique. We as a family know he never touched drugs, yes he liked to drink but never did drugs. He loved his motorcycle and was in a couple bad accidents that nearly claimed his life, He loved his children most of all and if he were still here they would have a good strong support system. But he isn't, he was taken too soon from this life, his boys left to fend without their dad by their side to teach them about life. He had a simple accident, a tumble down his front steps due to the meds the VA put him on, he simply lost his balance and hit his head, he thought it was fine but God took him that night from a brain aneurism, he was found in his boy's room sitting in a chair while they slept, he knew something that night no one could explain but he went to spend his last hours with the boys he loved most. So there is the truth about my beloved cousin and God rest his soul he is forever missed
Suck it

Ashville, OH

#47 Jul 8, 2013
He did all my tats. I loved and respected him very much.I met him when he was married to leslie. he ended up with Becky later on and had the boys. i can say he was so proud of those babys. He did my first tat above the old sundry store. then he moved to pickaway street i believe. i have 9 of his tats and even made him put his initial on every one of them. His W with too dots. I came in drunk one day to get a tat. he sent me on my way and said come back when sober. I knew his mom to. there was never a nicer more beautiful person than bonnie. I never knew wolfie to use drugs. never. he was always so kind to everyone. i miss him. RIP wolfie.

Columbus, OH

#48 Jul 9, 2013
Weren't u all just talking about Wolfman the tattoo artist that died years ago he gave me my first tattoo he did a really a great job. What the hell happened to this conservation, Its unbelievable u started talking about Wolman,and it went to his wife is a skank, and his son is a racist WOW

Elyria, OH

#49 Jul 13, 2013
He died from AIDS but gave it to his wife beckey free hrick first whi is still a carrier to this day and has been out screwing anyone she can

Plano, IL

#50 Jul 13, 2013
Buddy, all Wolfie would have said to you is. "Your a c*m sucking gutter snipe". And he would have been correct.

Cleveland, OH

#51 Jul 14, 2013
He did very good work

Groveport, OH

#52 Jul 14, 2013
Wolfman was a great guy he wasn't on drugs none of you people on here knew him like I did. He came to the hospital the day my son was born and he bought me and my ex wife's wedding rings he was are family. You all can talk all the shit you guys want but u all will never know the true wolfman

Columbus, OH

#53 Jul 16, 2013
He died from a brain aneurysm. Even at his worst he was better than most of the hacks around here today. If all you can do is speculate & run your mouth then obviously you have no life.

Clarksburg, WV

#54 Mar 11, 2014
wolfman was my dad and he was not druggie he did them from time to time socially he did drink a lot but that dosent make him a bad person he took in a little girl that had no one and raised her as his own it takes a special person to do something like that he was the best person I ever knew and If I am half the person he was then Im doing good I love you daddy thank you for loving me and being there when no one else was R.I.P I miss you every minute of everyday

Clarksburg, WV

#55 Mar 11, 2014
oh and randy knece was his cousin not his brother

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