Clark Hunt is an American businessman and owner of the sports team Kansas City Chiefs of NFL. Also, he serves as the CEO and chairman of the team as well as shares ownership with his siblings. He is also widely recognized as the grandson of oil tycoon H.L. Hunt and the son of late businessman Lamar Hunt.
Furthermore, he is a founding member of Hunt Sports Group and oversees the operations of MLS Club, FC Dallas, formerly called Columbus Crew. Over the last decade, Hunt has been the driving force behind the Chiefs’ revival, transforming the storied club into one of the most successful teams in the National Football League. Let us scroll over to discover more of his details.
Caption: The American businessman, Clark Hunt.
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Clark Hunt: Bio, Family, Career
The businessman was born on 19 February 1965 as Clark Knobel Hunt in Dallas, Texas. He comes from the wealthy family of Hunt is the grandson of oil tycoon H.L. Hunt and the son of Lamar Hunt. His mother Norma Lynn Knobel is the second of his father who remained together on 13 December 2006. until Lamar’s death after the complications related to prostate cancer. Further, he has two half-siblings: Lamar Jr. and Sharron Hunt and a younger biological sibling Daniel.
He had attended St. Mark’s School of Texas. After that, he graduated from Southern Methodist University in 1987. During his university days, he played as a captain of SMU’s nationally ranked soccer team and a two-time Academic All-American. From the university, he earned a degree in business administration with a concentration in finance. Further, he had also worked for two years as an investment banker with Goldman Sachs then returned to Dallas to work with his father Lamar.
He became the chairman of the sports team Kansas City Chiefs in 2005. Following the death of his father Lamar, he got ownership of the team along with his sister and two brothers. He is also a member of the league’s board of governors and owned FC Dallas, MLS club. Further, he was named as a named Chairman of the influential NFL Finance Committee after serving as a member for seven years in 2019.
Clark Hunt: Personal Life & Wife
He is married to his longtime girlfriend turned wife Tavia Shackles. The couple first met when he was 25 and she only 19. After dating for a year, they engaged in 1991 and exchanged vows on 23 October 1993. Since then, they are together for over three decades and sharing a good bonding with each other.
During their first meeting, his wife was interning at the Chiefs, at the annual kickoff luncheon. Additionally, she had participated in several beauty pageants and had won several titles including Miss Lee’s Summit, 1990 Miss Missouri Teen USA, and 1993 Miss Kansas. Moreover, the couple has welcomed three children from their relationship.
Their firstborn, Gracie Hunt also participated and won the title Miss Teas International 2018. She is also a spokesmodel at NFL Style and Special Olympics’ ambassador. Their middle child, son Knobel Hunt, sports active man whereas their youngest child Ava Hunt reported stepping in modeling.
Caption: Clark with his wife and children
Clark Hunt: Net Worth & Social Media Profiles
Talking about his earning, he has been maintaining a hefty amount from his career. He is also recognized as the owner, chairman, and CEO of the National Football League’s Kansas City Chiefs. Also, he has been a founding investor-owner in Major League Soccer. Therefore, he has an estimated net worth of around $2 billion.
Furthermore, he also owns a few real estate properties, he currently resides in his Dallas, Texas mansion worth million dollars. He has an unverified Instagram page under his name with more than 4.7 followers with no posts. Other than this, he is not available on different social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook.
Clark Hunt: Body Measurements
He has a fit and slim body that stands to a height of 5 feet 11 inches or 1.80 meters. No information on his body weight or body measurements. He has dark brown eyes color and brown-white hair color.
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