Norma Hunt, matriarch of Kansas City Chiefs, passes away at 85

Kansas City Chiefs Announce the Passing of Norma Hunt, Team Matriarch

The Kansas City Chiefs are mourning the passing of team matriarch Norma Hunt, who died at the age of 85. Hunt was the widow of Chiefs founder Lamar Hunt and played a significant role in the development and success of the team.

Hunt was known for her generosity and dedication to philanthropy, including her work with the Chiefs’ charitable foundation. She was also a respected leader in the NFL community and was instrumental in bringing the Super Bowl to Kansas City in 2020.

In a statement, Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt praised his late mother’s legacy and contributions to the team.

“My mother was an incredible person who touched the lives of so many people in so many ways,” said Clark Hunt. “She was the heart and soul of our family and the Kansas City Chiefs, and we will miss her deeply.”

The news of Hunt’s passing was met with an outpouring of support and condolences from fans and colleagues alike. Tributes to Hunt’s life and contributions to the Chiefs are expected to continue in the coming days.