What Is Kenny Blair Aka Santa Blair Cause Of Death? Let’s Find Out!

Kenny Blair Aka Santa Blair Cause Of Death
Kenny Blair Aka Santa Blair Cause Of Death

The passing of Kenny Blair, fondly known as Santa Blair, has left a void in the hearts of many. His cheerful presence and embodiment of the holiday spirit touched countless lives. Now, as news of his death circulates, people are seeking answers. In this article, we embark on a journey to understand the circumstances surrounding Santa Blair’s passing, reflecting on the joy he brought and the legacy he leaves behind.

Kenny Blair Aka Santa Blair’s Cause Of Death

Kenny Blair, who was beloved by many people and known as Santa Blair, passed away on Saturday. People from Oklahoma and other places used social media to talk about their sadness. Unfortunately, we have not yet obtained information on Blair’s cause of death.

Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt wrote on Facebook, “It’s devastating to hear that Kenny Blair passed away on Saturday. Coach, teacher, NFL player, and best known to millions as Santa Blair.”

Blair became famous all over the country after playing for the Philadelphia Eagles in the 1980s. He then went on to play for the St. Louis Cardinals. He was hired as a coach at Northwest Classen, Southeast High School, Frederick A. Douglass High School, and other schools in Oklahoma City.

Blair went on the TV show The View twice in December. He was known to go around the country making people happy, both adults and kids.

Kenny Blair Aka Santa Blair's Cause Of Death
Kenny Blair Aka Santa Blair’s Cause Of Death

The Oklahoma City Thunder wrote on Twitter, “We are saddened to hear of the passing of Kenny “Santa” Blair. In his role as a mentor, longtime coach, and beloved Santa Blair, he brought us joy and left an indelible mark on the lives of many as well as the Oklahoma City community. Our thoughts are with the Blair family and his Douglass High School colleagues and students.”

The Black Chronicle Newspaper shared the news on its social media, which also said that he had died. In Oklahoma City, Blair was a well-known figure. He passed away at 65 years old.

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