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  2. Lamar Hunt Jr. - Wikipedia

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    Lamar Hunt Jr. (born October 20, 1956) is an American businessman. Hunt is president and owner of the Kansas City Mavericks professional hockey team. He is the son of Lamar Hunt, grandson of oil tycoon H. L. Hunt, and part of the founding and operating family of the Kansas City Chiefs NFL team. [1] Contents 1 Early life and education 2 Music career

  3. Lamar Hunt Jr – The Complete Bio – Lamar Hunt Jr Sports

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    Lamar Hunt Jr. has played flute for the Kansas City Symphony, worked as a Licensed Professional Counselor, and donated his time, energy, and resources to countless charities helping to promote family and improve the lives of those who are less fortunate. Throughout his own life, he has dedicated himself to helping others, taking inspiration from a quote by St. John Chyrsostom that hangs on his office walls and says, in part, “That is why I say the skill of being a rich disciple of Christ ...

  4. Lamar Hunt Jr. Settles Assault Case | AP News

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    May 31, 2000. DALLAS (AP) _ Lamar Hunt Jr., son of sports magnate Lamar Hunt and a member of one of Texas’ most prominent families, reportedly settled a lawsuit in which he was accused of sexually assaulting his mentally disabled sister-in-law. The settlement was reported today by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and The Dallas Morning News.

  5. Lamar Hunt, Jr.

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    Lamar Hunt, Jr. is the founder of Loretto Properties, LLC, a real estate investment company specializing in the operation and management of residential properties, as well as Loretto Foundation, LLC, a private charitable organization. He also owns the Kansas City Mavericks, LLC, a member team of the East Coast Hockey League, which plays its home games in the Independence, Missouri Events Center .

  6. Lamar Hunt Jr. is the son of Lamar Hunt, a business magnate, and his college sweetheart, Rose Mary Hunt. In 1962, his parents divorced after six years of marriage. His father married Norma Hunt after their divorce, and his mother married businessman John Carr.

  7. Net Worth Hunt Family, Clark Hunt, Owner of the Kanas City Chiefs

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    H.L. Hunt, father of the Kansas City Chiefs' Lamar Hunt, invested in oil and made his family one of America's richest. Bettmann/Contributor/Getty Images The Hunt family is one of the...

  8. Lamar Hunt Net Worth: Kansas City Chiefs Founder's Family ...

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    Kansas City Chiefs' late founder and owner Lamar Hunt’s family has a net worth of $15 billion, making them one of the wealthiest clans in the U.S. Lamar's father, Haroldson Lafayette Hunt,...

  9. Gracie Hunt, Clark Hunt’s Daughter: 5 Fast Facts You Need to ...

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    Hunt also co-founded World Championship Tennis and was the founder and owner of the Kansas City Chiefs until his death in 2006. At that time, his four children — Sharron, Lamar Jr., Daniel,...

  10. What's behind Kansas City Chiefs' brutal history of domestic ...

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    In 1999, Chiefs co-owner Lamar Hunt Jr. was sued in civil court for allegedly sexually assaulting his mentally disabled sister-in-law two years earlier. The case was settled for around $2...

  11. Lamar Hunt - Wikipedia

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    Lamar Hunt (August 2, 1932 – December 13, 2006) was an American businessman most notable for his promotion of American football, soccer, and tennis in the United States. He was the principal founder of the American Football League (AFL) and Major League Soccer (MLS), as well as MLS's predecessor, the North American Soccer League (NASL), and co-founder of World Championship Tennis.