Christina Mauser (born in 1981 – died January 26, 2020) was an American Assistant Basketball Coach from Huntington Beach, California. She served as the assistant coach of the girls’ basketball team in the private elementary school.
Furthermore, she coached the students of the Mamba Sports Academy. Mauser trained Payton Chester and Gianna Maria-Onore Bryant. However, she was among the victims who died in the helicopter crash of January 26, 2020.
Helicopter Crash, Investigation & Memorials
Her students were also with her, along with Kobe Bryant. As per the investigation records, the crash happened due to weather issues. In the helicopter, John Altobelli (Orange County College Coach) was with his daughter Alyssa Altobelli and spouse Keri Altobelli.
Moreover, Ara Zobayan was the pilot. Payton’s mom Sarah Chester also died in the deadly mishap. All traveled from the Sikorsky S-76B helicopter from the John Wayne Airport around 9:06 am.
Additionally, they departed from the John Wayne Airport located in the Orange County region. Within a few minutes, the Los Angeles Police Air Support Division got the news of the crash. It stuck at the hill of height 1400 feet.
On the other hand, the helicopter caught fire in Calabasas, California. Soon, the paramedics and the firefighter’s team went to the site. The medical team could not find any survivors.
Early Life, Parents & Childhood
Christina Mauser took birth during the year 1981 (age 38 years, as in 2019) in Huntington Beach (California, USA). She enrolled and finished her studies from Edison High School.
Furthermore, Ms. Mauser player for the chargers team over there. She never shares the details of her mom-dad.
Personal Life, Spouse Matt Mauser & Children
She married Matt Mauser for a long time. Both of them shared two daughters Rose, Ivy Mauser, and a son named Tom Mauser.
Moreover, Christina looked happy with her children and husband. All of them stayed in their house, located in the California region. They visited the church on Sunday for the prayers too.
|Full Birth Name||Christina Mauser.|
|In the News For||Lost her life in the January 26, 2020 helicopter crash.|
|Profession||Assistant Basketball Coach.|
|Age (As of 2019)||38 years old.|
|Date of Birth (DOB), Birthday||1981.|
|Birthplace/Hometown||Huntington Beach (California, USA).|
|Death Date||January 26, 2020.|
|Cause||Killed in the helicopter crash.|
|Place||Near Calabasas, California hill area.|
|House In||California, USA.|
|Parents||Father: Name Not Known.
Mother: Not Known.
|Personal Life Relationship|
|Dating History?||In relationship with Matt.|
|Husband Name||Matt Mauser.|
|Daughter||Rose Mauser and Ivy Mauser.|
|Highest Qualification||College Degree Completed.|
|School||Edison High School.|
|Alma Mater.||Government College.|
Some Lesser Known Facts about Christina Mauser
- From her teenage years, she inclined for basketball.
- She took her professional training in New York and then in California.
- Christina Mauser employed as the coach in the Harbor Elementary School.
- Her spouse Matt and brother-in-law Gabe Mauser shocked by her death.
- They added that this accident affected the lives of many innocent people.
- The TMZ was the first in the media covered and confirmed Kobe’s death.
- A specialist team of 18 people, “Go, Team,” came to the accident site for the investigation.
- Moreover, the team looked for the flight recorder of the helicopter.
- There are some landmarks created near the Madison Square Garden and Los Angeles International Airport to tribute the dead people.
- Adam Silver (NBA Commissioner) soon released an official statement and tribute Kobe.
- The United States President Donald Trump consoled the families who lost their loved ones in the unfortunate accident.
- Fans created a memorial for Mr. Bryant before his high school.
- Katrina Foley (Mayor, Costa Mesa) confirmed Christina Mauser’s death news.
- Edison High School tweeted on the demise of her.