Christina Mauser Was Given a Heartfelt Private Funeral

Christina Mauser Was Given a Heartfelt Private Funeral

Christina Mauser, who was killed in the tragic helicopter crash that took the life of nine people. Including NBA star, Kobe Bryant, was honored on Sunday in a private ceremony.

The funeral comes three weeks after the crash and was held in the gymnasium of Edison High School, Mauser’s Alma mater.

She graduated from the school in 1999 and quickly was inducted into the school’s athletic hall of fame.

Christina was a well-respected coach, having worked as a coach at Orange County’s private K-8 school, Harbor Day School. Also where Bryant’s daughter, Gianna, attended.

Mauser was later recruited by Bryant to work for his Mamba Academy in Newbury Park. She was on her way to the Academy, along with Bryant and Gianna, when the helicopter they riding in crashed.

She is survived by three children, an 11-year old daughter, a 9-year old son, and a 4-year daughter. All of whom she shares with husband, Matt.

In an interview with ABC News, Matt opened up about the loss of his wife, saying: “I loved her. It’s as simple as that. I loved my wife with everything I had.”

A GoFundMe page has been started for the Mauser family.

All Victims of This Tragedy Are to Be Remembered Privately and Publicly

A private ceremony was held by the Bryant family to lay Kobe and Gianna to rest at Pacific View Memorial Park and Mortuary. With a public ceremony planned to be held at Staples Center on Monday, February 24th.

Bryant was paid tribute just last night during the NBA’s All-Star Game. The game format was tweaked just after his passing to help pay the legendary player tribute.c

While teams and fans alike continue to find their own personal ways to honor his legacy.

Many people around the world are focused on the deaths of Kobe and his daughter, and understandably so. The other seven people who lost their lives in the crash are being remembered within their loved ones and communities.

As they continue to grieve, our condolences continue to go out to them.