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NFL Fans Are Praying For Gracie Hunt Following Heartbreaking Announcement*



Miss Kansas USA, Gracie Hunt walks on the field before the NFL preseason game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium on August 20, 2021 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
Fans are praying for Gracie Hunt following a heartbreaking family announcement.

Gracie, the daughter of Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, is in mourning because her grandmother, Chiefs matriarch Norma Hunt, has passed away. The team announced as much on Sunday night, with Norma passing at the age of 85.

The widow of Chiefs founder Lamar Hunt, Norma was the only woman who attended every Super Bowl in NFL history and was very involved with the team and its fans, as well as FC Dallas, the MLS franchise also owned by the Hunts.

Heartbreaking news from the Chiefs organization. Thoughts & prayers ?

“Our family is deeply saddened by the passing of our mother, Norma. She was a wonderful mother and an extraordinary woman who will be dearly missed by all who knew her,” the family announced.

Gracie took to Instagram to share a tribute of her own, posting several snaps of the two together, including photos from her infant years.

“My Mimi Norma was an absolute legend,” she wrote. “The only woman to see all 58 Super Bowls. With a precious Texas accent, she was humble, beautiful, brilliant, hilarious, joyful, fun and fierce. She was an eternal optimist, the best cheerleader and so much more. She was extraordinary.”

Support has been pouring in, and you can see some of the comments resulting from the post right below:

“What a legacy! She was a P31 (Proverbs 31), how precious. She is walking streets of gold.”

“So sorry for your loss, Gracie sending love to you & your family.”

“Love this so much!!! She will always be remembered – such an amazing woman & life.”

“Praying for your family during this tough time.”

“Sincerest condolences on the loss of your Mimi. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.”

“So sorry Gracie, sending prayers for you and your family.”

Norma watched the Chiefs lift the Lombardi Trophy in February after beating the Philadelphia Eagles at Super Bowl 57. It marked the third championship win of her lifetime.

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