Former NFL Tight End Passes Away After Battling Pancreatic Cancer

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April 14, 2019Apr 14, 2019

It is a sad day for Kansas City Chiefs fans. A former tight end for the iconic NFL team has passed away.

According to reports, Walter White has died after battling pancreatic cancer. He was 67-years-old.

"He played his entire five-season pro career with the Chiefs, retiring after the 1979 season. In his second season, White finished among the top 10 in the NFL in receiving yards and touchdowns. White also played at Mesa Junior College in Colorado and at Maryland," reported Fox.

White was also one of the founding members of the Kansas City Ambassadors program. He helped with outreach in KC as well as charity events to better the good of his community.

Fans remembered him fondly and many expressed their condolences on social media. After football, White worked at Commerce Bank in Kansas City and was the Vice President of the investment group at the bank.

Please join us in sending our thoughts and prayers to Walter's family during this sad time. May God's faithful peace comfort them through this loss.

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