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Chiefs Kicker Fulfills Wish From Family Of Parade Shooting Victim

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Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker fulfilled a request from the family of Lisa Lopez-Galvan, who was fatally shot at the team’s Super Bowl parade.

Lopez-Galvan had been wearing a white Butker jersey at the event.

“My wife Isabelle and I are heartbroken by the murder of Lisa due to degenerate violence,” Butker said.

“Murder is a sin that cries out to God for vengeance and I pray the men involved in this tragedy will be brought to justice,” he added.

“Hearing that she was a fan of my outspokenness for our shared Catholic Faith makes this even more personal. I am honored to provide a jersey to the family for her to wear.”

Her family asked on social media if anyone could provide a jersey for her burial, as they couldn’t find any.

Butker, a devout Catholic, was moved by learning Lopez-Galvan shared his faith.

“While the family is mourning their loss and grappling with their numerous injuries, I will continue to pray for their healing and the repose of Lisa’s soul,” he said.

He provided a jersey for her family.

Chiefs players Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and the team organization have collectively donated over $500,000 to victims of the parade shooting.

Butker offered prayers for healing and justice, while honoring the fan who supported him.

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