Mason Murray Obituary – Penn Hills Indians Football Coach Mason Murray of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania has sadly passed away. He died leaving gamily, friends his his entire student devastated. He was confirmed dead through a Facebook post that reads “We are shocked and saddened at the sudden loss of middle school assistant coach Mason Murray”. The circumstances surrounding the actual cause of Mason Murray’s death has not been revealed at the time this report was made.
Mason Murray, who was frequently referred to as Coach Mason, was a former member of the Penn Hills Bantams and a record-breaking running back who graduated from Penn Hills High School. He also has the title of Coach Mason. Mason’s football skills may have carried him to various heights in his sports career; instead, he decided to take a different path and devote himself to serving the community of Penn Hills instead. Both as a devoted coach and as a devoted board member of the Penn Hills Midget Football Association (PHMFA), he diligently led and mentored the upcoming generations of players over the course of more than twenty years.
The astounding accomplishment of rushing for more than 300 yards in a single game was accomplished by Coach Mason, who was a proud alumnus of Penn Hills in 1995. He displayed great skills as a player during the course of his career.
However, rather than wallowing in his former brilliance, he channeled his passion into educating, coaching, and mentoring emerging talent within the Penn Hills football community. He did this rather than basking in his prior glory. As a result of his unshakable effort, Coach Mason served on the board and coached football in Penn Hills for more than twenty years. He exhibited an outstanding level of dedication and a real enthusiasm for encouraging the development of future players.
His journey was not just a shining example of his athletic prowess, but also of his great dedication to community involvement and the cultivation of the next generation of Indian athletes. He was be tremendously missed by all that crossed path with him.