Lisa Lopez-Galvan: Remembering a Beloved Mother and Chiefs Superfan

Lisa Lopez-Galvan, Mother of 2 & Chiefs Fan, Killed in Super Bowl Parade Shooting

It is with heavy hearts that we remember Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a cherished mother of two and a beloved disc jockey in Kansas City. Tragically, she lost her life during the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade shooting. Lisa was just 44 years old.

During the press conference held at 5:30 p.m., the police confirmed one fatality. The identity of the victim was not officially disclosed, leaving some uncertainty as to whether Lisa was the mentioned victim or if there was another person involved. While it has been suggested that Lisa was possibly the second deceased victim, this information has not been verified.

Friends of Lisa have confirmed the devastating news to The Star. According to reports, Lisa succumbed to a gunshot wound to her abdomen during surgery at a local hospital on Wednesday afternoon.

Lisa was much more than a victim of this tragic event. She was a Chiefs superfan, known for her infectious enthusiasm and love for the team. Her passion for music was evident in her role as a local DJ, where she played at weddings and was well-known to many in the community.

Described by a friend as “the most wonderful, beautiful person,” Lisa’s vibrant spirit touched the lives of those around her. She believed in the power of music, recognizing its ability to transport and heal. As she once wrote in her biography on KKFI’s website, “For Lisa, music is life and a source of happiness. Anyone can mentally ‘get away’ while listening to their favorite genre; music can also be a form of therapy for some.”

Lisa Lopez-Galvan will be deeply missed by her family, friends, and the Kansas City community. Her memory will forever remain in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to know her. May she rest in peace.