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Blair Harrison Meek Rising Star Wrestling Scholarship Fund

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The Family of Blair Meek
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    AS

    Anna Sannes

    $50
    CP

    Christine Pfeil

    $100
    VJ

    Valerie Jackson

    $25
    RD

    Ricky Dira

    $100
    D&

    Daniel & Ellie Tehan-Menendez

    $200

Our story

The Blair Harrison Meek Rising Star Wrestling Scholarship was founded to honor Blair Meek by providing a needs-based college scholarship to wrestlers hoping to pursue higher education. Affectionately known to many as “Coach Meek”, Blair Harrison Meek was an educator, a coach, a leader, and well known as a respectable, progressive man with a passion for putting young people on the proper path. Born May 13th, 1992, Blair’s passing shocked his family and community. He leaves a legacy of love, leadership, and laughter. Blair’s dedicated coaching has produced several state champions and fostered opportunities for underserved youth to access opportunities otherwise unavailable to them. We, his family, have established and present to you, The Blair Harrison Meek Rising Star Wrestling Scholarship Fund, in honor of his exceptional contributions to the lives of others. Please consider helping to continue his legacy by supporting his passion for student development, opportunity, and growth. We are forever grateful for Blairs wisdom and service to our society. The impact Coach Meek has made will reverberate through generations to come.

Our goal

Our beloved Blair Harrison Meek was a champion of wrestling and education. He devoted his life to coaching young scholars from underserved communities in wrestling. Wrestling scholarships such as these can open the doors for disadvantaged youth.

Comments from contributors 25

Christine Pfeil4 days ago
$100

I knew Blair at Georgetown. He participated in the orientation program that I led, called PEP. I remember him checking in on that first day, all smiles and energy and laughs. He was a natural leader, effortlessly making others feel comfortable and at ease. Blair was a beautiful soul, and I feel blessed to have known him. I remember meeting Blair's mother, too. A kind, strong, caring woman. It's no surprise Blair grew to be such a capable and accomplished young man. Rest in peace, Blair.

Daniel & Ellie Tehan-Menendez6 days ago
$200

We are so sorry to hear about Blair's passing. He had a profound impact on me throughout my time at Georgetown Prep and beyond. He was a lifelong friend that was caring and always there for you in a moment's notice. He will always be in my heart and my memories through jokes and stories we shared.

Marc Damerjian6 days ago
$75

This contribution is being made to honor Blair Meek and his fiancee, Winnie Jean. May Blair's legacy continue on.

Claire & Pete Caragher7 days ago
$100

Making this donation in honor of my wonderful colleague, Winnie, who lost the love of her life. Keeping Winnie and the Meek family in my thoughts.

Matty Collins7 days ago
$100

I’ll never forget meeting Blair on the first day of freshman football in 2006. One of the biggest and best personalities at the school. He had an inimitable passion for life, and a clear calling to educate and guide others. In the Jesuit tradition, that’s a true Man for Others. I’m sorry that we lost touch, but grateful to have known him.

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