Who is Nancy Magana ( School Teacher ) Bio, Wiki, Age, Killed, San Bernardino Shooting

Nancy Magana Bio

Nancy Magana was a middle school teacher, who was found fatally shot in a San Bernadino park on Friday evening. Magana Had Just Competed Her Second Week of Teaching.

She was working full time as a teacher at Del Vallejo Middle School.

Magana had three sisters. She is also survived by her parents and her son.

Nancy Magana Age

She was born in 1995 and died at the age of 24

Earlier Life & Education

Magana Grew up in San Bernadino, California. She attended Arroyo Valley High School, then went to San Bernadino Valley College for her undergraduate care.

Posted by Nancy Magana on Saturday, March 28, 2015

Magana’s had a son, who was 5 years old at the time of her death. she had just become a full-time teacher, Magana’s Facebook also listed Target as the place where she worked at some point.

Posted by Nancy Magana on Sunday, July 17, 2016

Nancy Magana Husband or Boyfriend

Her Facebook’s relationship status reads single officially, but many publications cite her boyfriend as having been with her at the time of her death.

She became pregnant while she was in college, and had to adjust to life as a young mom. Per The San Bernadino Sun, she took several jobs while finishing up college, from coaching local soccer leagues to refereeing soccer games at other collegiate events.

Maria told the publication she paid her way through college.

She said, “She was her son’s superhero. He thought that nothing could ever hurt her. To him, she was the fastest and strongest, and everyone else came second … He always said my mom is the number one love of his life.”

Posted by Nancy Magana on Thursday, September 25, 2014

Nancy Magana Death and Cause

Nancy found dead on August 16 in a San Bernadino park on Friday evening.

Her sister Maria Magana told The San Bernadino Sun that her sister taught math and coached the volleyball team.

Maria said, “She was always giving for everybody else. Even if she just had a dollar, she would still give that to anybody who needed it.”

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