Former Footballer Pete Lammons has left a fortune of net worth for his wife and family. Learn about the cause of his death.
Peter Spencer Lammons Jr. was a former American football player who played tight end for the team New York Jets of the AFL.
They won the AFL Championship in 1968 and were victors against the then NFL champions, the Baltimore Colts in the 3rd AFL-NFL Championship.
Prior to Jets, he played for the Texas Longhorns and he was also a player of the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League.
Recently, the news of his death has caused shock and sadness over his family, friends, and fans.
Pete Lammons Family and Wife
Not much is known about Pete Lammons’s family.
He seemed to be extremely close to his nephew, Lance Lammons who paid his heartfelt tribute to his uncle.
Lance shared that the footballer was like a second father to him and a giant teddy bear.
He also revealed that his uncle had given him, his Super Bowl III jersey, that he wore on the legendary game.
Likewise, Pete Lammons was unmarried and didn’t have a wife.
However, he did have a girlfriend, Jody Krautz, who had been dating him for a long time.
Jody had tried to get him to quit fishing due to his health problems.
Pete’s family and girlfriend are now planning to hold a memorial in Houston honoring his life
What is Pete Lammons’s Net Worth?
There is no information on Pete Lammon’s net worth available on the internet.
He had been a really successful footballer and had been competing in the Major League Fishing for decades. So, it is not a doubt that his net worth is valued at millions.
Pete Lammons: Cause of Death
Pete Lammons died on April 29, 2021, and the cause of his death was drowning.
The former footballer had been competing in the 57th MLF fishing when he slipped and fell off his boat.
Rescue attempts were made but his body was found later.
We lost a great Longhorn with the passing of Pete Lammons, a three-year letterman (1963-65), consensus All-SWC honoree, 1963 National Champion, Super Bowl III Champion and 2002 Texas Hall of Honor inductee.
Sending our condolences to his family, friends and Longhorn Nation. pic.twitter.com/nUOLanyAVS
— Texas Football (@TexasFootball) April 30, 2021
Fans and friends had paid their tributes to the said man and an obituary is also available on the web for prayers.