A True Story of Murder and a Mother's Forgiveness
When Brian Muha (pictured left) was shot and killed on May 31, 1999, his life was cut tragically short. At eighteen years old, he had his future before him. College graduation, a satisfying career, perhaps marriage, and a family. Family reunions and laughing with friends. Prayer. Travel. Hard work. Lots of Lebanese food. He had nothing but time until he had no time at all.
But his death is not what Brian Muha will be remembered for. Brian's spirit lives on today, stronger than ever, in the lives touched by the work done in his name and in his memory. Why? Because his mother has seen to that. This petite, stubborn, determined, delightful, faithful woman of God was not going to let a beating and a bullet deprive the world of the joy and the good she knew her son would have brought to it— and was already bringing to it. But she could only make that choice because of her intentional and steadfast decision to rely on, trust in, and cooperate with the God she loved and needed so much.
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Who We Are...
Enriching the Lives of Children Since 2000
The Brian Muha Foundation/The Run The Race Club has been present since the year 2000 - providing exceptional enrichment and leadership development opportunities to young people in Columbus, Cleveland and Steubenville, Ohio. We give love and hope to children and young people through relationships with dedicated volunteers, mentors and tutors who offer opportunities and activities that allow them to grow academically, physically, spiritually and emotionally. We see the beautiful value and dignity in each and every child and we have made it our mission to help them run the race of life and change the world.
Helping to Shape the Future of Inner-City Children
ST. CHARLES PREPATORY SCHOOL & FRANCISCAN UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS
Brian graduated from St. Charles High School. An endowed scholarship is established in his name.
Brian finished his first year at Franciscan University and enrolled in summer classes there.
Brian wanted to be a doctor and help children, especially inner-city children.
Because of the excellent educations both schools offer, our first mission for
The Brian Muha Memorial Foundation was to offer scholarships to both schools.
To date we have been able to award scholarships to over 50 young men and women altogether.