Norma Hunt, the mother of Clark Hunt, has passed away at the age of 85. The news of her demise was confirmed in a statement released by the Hunt family.

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Clark Hunt is the son of the late Lamar Hunt and Norma Hunt.

Who is Clark Hunt?

Clark Hunt is an American businessman who serves as the chairman and CEO of the Kansas City Chiefs, a National Football League (NFL) professional football franchise. He is the son of the late Lamar Hunt, the Chiefs’ founder, who was also the key figure in the construction of the AFL-NFL merger that resulted in the birth of the Super Bowl.

He has carried on his father’s legacy by actively participating in Chiefs franchise management and operations. The squad has had great success under his guidance, including many postseason berths and a Super Bowl LIV triumph.

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In, 1993, Clark was married to Tavia Shackles. The couple has three children – Gracie Hunt, Knobel Hunt, and Ava Hunt.

The Hurt family announced the tragic news of Norma Hunt’s demise in a statement. The statement said, “Kind, generous and unfailingly positive, mom was one of a kind,” the Hunts said in their statement. “Her joy and zeal for life were infectious. She loved caring for others, and she always had an encouraging word. She was a loyal friend, the consummate hostess and she had a rare ability to make everyone she encountered feel valued and at ease.

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“Mom was steadfastly devoted to her family and fiercely passionate about her family’s sports teams. She was by our father Lamar’s side every step of the way — from the merger of the AFL and the NFL to the formation of Major League Soccer, World Championship Tennis, the North American Soccer League, and their founding investment in the Chicago Bulls. She was the only person we knew who rivaled his love of sports. The two of them found such joy together, whether at home, or in stadium stands around the world.”