Quick reminder that the Hunt family is very, very rich. The Hunts, who own the Kansas City Chiefs, were recently mentioned in Forbes among their list of the 25 richest familiar in America.
Forbes puts the Hunts at No. 16 on the list, down one spot from last year. They estimate the Hunt family worth at $13.7 billion over 33 family members.
This blurb gives a little more info on the Hunt family than I knew:
The Hunt family fortune began with wildcatter H.L. Hunt (pictured above), an inspiration for the J.R. Ewing character on the long-running TV series "Dallas." He had 15 children (one died in infancy) by three women. Today his heirs oversee discrete fortunes: Son Ray Lee Hunt oversees Hunt Oil; son William Herbert Hunt is behind oil and gas firm Petro-Hunt; daughter Caroline founded and later sold Rosewood Hotels & Resorts. His late son, sports magnate Lamar Hunt, is said to have named the Super Bowl. His children still own the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs and a minority stake in the NBA's Chicago Bulls, plus real estate assets in Kansas City that include SubTropolis, a 6-million-square-foot underground business park built inside a former limestone mine.