| Andy Mapple|
| Roy Mapple, Janet Mapple|
| August 22, 2015, Orlando, Florida, United States|
Deena Brush Mapple (m. 1987)
Andy Mapple Wikipedia
Andrew Henry "Andy" Mapple (3 November 1962 – 22 August 2015) was a British-American professional water skier. Competing professionally between 1981 and 2004, Mapple is regarded as the greatest slalom skier of all time. During his career he won 196 events and set or tied the world record on nine occasions.
Mapple was born in Lytham to Roy and Janet Mapple and grew up in Warton. At age 13 Mapple first learned to water ski at Windermere, being taught by his older sister Susan. Mapple attended Carr Hill High School in Kirkham, and during his time there was allowed to leave for extended periods to train with the British National Team at the Ruislip Water-Ski Club. After passing his O Level Mapple moved to Florida permanently.
Mapple retired at the end of the 2004 season.
During his career Mapple founded his own company, Mapple Waterskis. The company was dissolved, but Andy's design carries on via Square One out of Washington. In 1987 he married Deena Brush, a professional water skier also. The couple lived on Lake Butler and had two children, Michael and Elyssa.
Mapple died in Florida on 22 August 2015.