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July 31, 2014
What an amazing and delightful person Vern was. He was brilliant and used all of that energy and brilliance to help others especially the young people of the world. I am so proud to have counted him as a friend.
July 29, 2014
I worked with Vern for many years at USU. He was a great man who contributed in many ways to the university and the community. I have seen him regularly at the Terrace Grove where he always had kind words for me. I am privileged to have known him and to have been his friend. We will all miss him greatly.
July 29, 2014
It was my honor to have worked closely with Dr. Buehler in the Partners program and on the development of the Shingo Prize. I count him as one of the two or three most influential mentors of my life - personally and professionally.

Perhaps the most lasting lesson I learned from Dr. Buehler was that the word "Can't" simply wasn't acceptable and that we could do incredible things if we just tried and ignored those around us who were the nay-sayers.

I was also fortunate to have been able to observe the caring and dignity with which he cared for Mayree as her illness progressed. Regardless of the impact it made on him, he never complained and, throughout, he ensured she was treated with respect and love.

Thank you, Dr. Buehler, for being a mentor, a teacher, and a friend. You, sir, will be missed!
July 29, 2014
I was in Professor Buehler's class while pursuing an MBA at USU in 1968, and over the years have observed his selfless service. He was a quiet spoken gentleman who will long be remembered. My condolences.
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