Keri Altobelli (born in 1963 – died January 26, 2020) was an American Public Figure, Homemaker, and Former Sportsperson Partner from Newport Beach, California. She is well recognized as John Altobelli‘s spouse (ex-baseball player and coach).
He used to serve as a head coach at Orange Coast College. Furthermore, the Altobelli family was also very close to Kobe Bryant (Former Basketball Player). As per the source, Keri and her husband were among the victims who died in a helicopter crash.
The ex-NBA star who performed for the Los Angeles Lakers in his entire career from 1996 to 2016. Kobe was widely regarded as one of the best players of all time.
Unfortunately, the world had lost such an amazing sportsperson along with his 13-years-old daughter, Gianna Maria-Onore Bryant.
Sikorsky S-76 Helicopter Crash Tragedy
The incident took place on January 26, 2020, when Keri Altobelli, her partner John, and their daughter Alyssa Altobelli were traveling in Kobe Bean Bryant’s Sikorsky S-76 chopper.
Alyssa, Gianna Bryant, and one more girl named Payton Chester were the members of Mamba Sports Academy. In addition, they all were traveling to the girls’ one of the basketball games.
As per the source, Kobe opted for the flying vehicle in order to avoid the traffic. However, the weather was very foggy on Sunday morning. The pilot “Ara Zobayan” (50-years-old) tried to take the plane higher but it came down and slammed into a mountain.
Moreover, the accident took place in a remote Calabasas hillside area and the chopper immediately caught fire. Their death news was first confirmed by Adam Silver (NBA Commissioner).
The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board started an investigation which could take several months. The other victims of the crash were Christina Mauser (girls’ basketball coach), Sarah Chester (Payton’s mother), and Pilot Ara Zobayan.
|Real Full Birth Name||Keri Altobelli.|
|Famous for||for being the spouse of John Altobelli (ex-baseball player and coach).|
|Age (How old, as of 2020)||56 years old.|
|Date of Birth||1953.|
|Birthplace||The United States of America.|
|Sexuality (Gay or Lesbian)||Straight.|
|Ethnicity||White Caucasian Descent.|
|Sun Sign (Zodiac Sign)||not available.|
|Current Residence||Newport Beach, California, the USA.|
|Height||Feet & Inches: 5' 10".
Centimeters: 178 cm.
Meters: 1.78 m.
|Weight||Kilograms: 64 Kg.
Pounds: 143 lbs.
|Body Measurements (Breast-waist-hips)||38-28-40.|
|Shoe Size (UK)||8.|
|Parents||Father: Name not Known.
|Siblings||Brother: Not Known.
Sister: 1 sis.
|Personal Life Relationship|
|Dating History?||Love Affair with her boyfriend.|
|Husband/Spouse Name||John Altobelli.|
|Daughter||Alyssa Altobelli & Alexis Altobelli.|
|Highest Qualification||Graduate with a Bachelors's degree.|
|School||Local High School.|
|Alma Mater.||Name not known.|
|Hobbies & Favorite Things|
|Favorite Celebrities||Actor: Ryan Gosling.
Actress: Rachel McAdams.
|Dream Holiday Destination||Switzerland.|
|Love to do||Reading, Theatre Play & Artwork.|
|Favorite Food||Italian Cuisine.|
|Net worth (approx.)||$500K US dollars (As of 2019).|
Some Lesser Known Facts about Keri Altobelli
- Keri Altobelli took birth in her family in the year of 1963 (age 56 years, as in 2019) in the United States of America. But there is information about her actual parents, birthplace, and birthday on the internet.
- There are even no details about her early life, education, and parents on social media but we will update our readers on the future.
- Furthermore, Keri tied the knot with her husband John Altobelli many years ago after dating each other for a while.
- They shared three kids together i.e. two daughters named Alyssa & Alexis and a son J.J. Altobelli.
- John Altobelli’s wife, Keri Altobelli and her family lived in Newport Beach, California, the USA in a lavish home.
- J.J. played baseball for the University of Oregon and currently serves as a Red Sox scout.
- He is commonly known as “Coach Alto” and build an esteemed career in his baseball sports profession.
- John played American football for the University of Houston for several. Later, he became a coach for several future Major Leaguers.
- Moreover, Aaron Judge ( played Cape Cod League for him) paid a tribute on his social media account.