"The proudest moment of my collegiate career was accepting the role of your big brother. Thanks for teaching me and everyone else what it means to be a good man, a good friend, and a good person. May you rest in eternal peace and happiness, I love you man"...Andrew H.
Miles was an amazing young man with a dynamic personality that had a heart of purple and gold. He touched the hearts of everyone he met and will truly be missed by his family, friends and everyone who had the pleasure to know him.Miles was an organ donor, and with his passing he was able to provide life to six individuals. Ironically six(6) was his jersey number in high school sports. His choice to be an organ donor is a further example of the type of individual he was.
The foundation's main purpose is to keep the name of Miles Liner alive in local community of Berwick, LA , as well as, the surrounding area and the LSU community. By sharing the type of life that Miles lived, we hope to inspire the upcoming youth to grow into a young adult with similar values.
The Corporation is organized and it shall be operated exclusively for charitable, educational and scientific purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code of 1986, as amended, or the corresponding provisions of any future United States Revenue Law (the "Code"). More particularly, the Corporation is organized and formed for purposes of facilitating the creation and administration of a post-secondary education scholarship fund.
“He was a man I wanted to be,” said Liner’s pledge brother Dakota Meyer. “You can’t say anybody’s perfect, but he was damn good.”
The foundation will raise funds throughout the year through corporate and personal tax deductible donations to the foundation and an annual 'FUN Walk/RUN" event in the Berwick, LA community in the spring, in addition to other fund raising events throughout each year.Type your paragraph here.