Chiefs Kicker Harrison Butker Honors Super Bowl Parade Shooting Victim Lisa Lopez-Galvan

Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker is extending support to the family of Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a victim of the Super Bowl parade shooting. In response to a plea from one of Lopez-Galvan’s relatives, Butker sent the family one of his jerseys for her to be laid to rest in, as she wore a white Butker jersey on the day of the parade.

Expressing his condolences, Butker stated, “My wife Isabelle and I are heartbroken by the murder of Lisa due to degenerate violence.” He condemned the act of murder and offered prayers for justice. Noting that Lopez-Galvan was a fan of his outspokenness for their shared Catholic faith, Butker said he was honored to provide a jersey for the family.

The Super Bowl parade in Kansas City took a tragic turn when shots were fired, resulting in numerous injuries and Lopez-Galvan’s death. The Chiefs organization, along with NFL stars like Travis Kelce and celebrities like Taylor Swift, have rallied to support the victims and their families, providing financial aid and resources. The Chiefs launched the KCStrong emergency response fund, donating over $200,000, and Kelce’s nonprofit contributed $100,000 to victims’ families.

The tragic incident has prompted an outpouring of support from the community, athletes, and public figures, highlighting the unity and resilience in the face of adversity.

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