Remembering the Patriots' first lady

Myra Hiatt Kraft shined 'a light on what's valuable, what's important' for the Patriots

Originally Published: February 1, 2012
By Greg Garber | ESPN.com

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- There is a forest of family photographs in Robert Kraft's office at Gillette Stadium.

This one, of his late wife, Myra, is a sweet slice of slapstick: She's well into her 50s, a spirited sprite, but wears a New England Patriots cheerleading outfit. And shakes those pompoms for all she's worth. The goofy smile, the arched eyebrows, the zest in her eyes, well, those are some of the things her husband of 48 years adored most.

"I love that picture," ...

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