Best answer: When was Kobe Bryant and his daughter funeral?

Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna Bryant, have been laid to rest. ET has learned that a private funeral for the two was held at Pacific View Memorial Park in Corona Del Mar, California, on Friday, February 7, two weeks after they died in a helicopter crash alongside seven others.

Did they have a funeral for Kobe and his daughter?

The NBA legend and his daughter were both laid to rest in California in a private ceremony two weeks after a tragic accident took their lives, along with 7 others.

Who attended Kobe private funeral?

Celebrities such as Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez also attended. After Jimmy Kimmel welcomed the crowd, Vanessa Bryant provided a poignant window into the family’s life with Gianna and her three sisters — Natalia, Bianka and Capri.

When was Kobe Bryant and daughter buried?

Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna were buried last week in Orange County at a private family service. Death certificates obtained by USA TODAY Sports state their burial took place Feb. 7. Bryant, 41, and Gianna, 13, were laid to rest at Pacific View Memorial Park in Corona Del Mar.

Did LeBron attend Kobe Memorial?

LeBron James Was At Kobe Bryant’s Memorial, But He Requested Not Being Filmed During The Ceremony. … It was a very emotional ceremony where Vanessa Bryant, Michael Jordan and Shaquille O’Neal, among others, delivered heartfelt speeches that made plenty of fans cry remembering how great Kobe was on and off the court.

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Was Kobe Bryant buried?

Will Kobe Bryant funeral be televised?

Live stream will be available via ABC7, FOX11 and CNN’s website. Coverage of the memorial service will also be available online via NBA TV, BET Networks’ digital platforms and via CBS All Access—the latter service requires a subscription for viewing.

Who is buried at Pacific View Memorial Park?

Pacific View Memorial Park is a cemetery located in Corona del Mar, California. It first opened in 1958, and is known as the final resting place of Academy Award winning actor John Wayne and basketball player Kobe Bryant.

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