Legendary Chiefs broadcaster Bill Grigsby died Friday night. Grigsby has been a Kansas City icon for decades. The Chiefs have put a tribute to Grigsby on their facebook page and tweeted that their thoughts and prayers are with the Grigsby family at this time. The Chiefs later said in a statement that they are saddened by the passing of Grigsby who spent 62 years in broadcasting. CEO Clark Hunt said, "Bill's voice brought some of the most memorable and exciting plays in Chiefs history to our fans. He will truly be missed."
Bill was 88, had prostate cancer and Parkville will be in mourning their local son Granddad. PS... John has more.