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January 23, 2017

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January 23, 2017

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March 4, 2009
Dear Miller Family,
We send our love and sympathy to you and your family. May the sweet memories you have of your sweetheart and father help you though the hard times to come. Rest assured that you will see him again......just in a different place and time. Thanks for giving US all a chance to "know this guy!" Sharing him with the community and the State must not have been easy at times, but know that we are grateful you did! May the comfort and peace you seek, be yours. And most impotantly, may we all "continue to do good, until there is too much good in the world!"
March 2, 2009
I have grieved over the passing of Larry H. Miller because he has left a big print on Salt Lake and that print was not a selfish one. Rather, he left a legacy of caring, kindness, service, achievement with dedication, and a loving family. People all over the state and world have been affected by Larry's businesses, Jazz, cars, cars, cars, and his tears. Yes, his tears. He endeared himself to us all. What a treasure he has been to us through the years. We will miss, miss, miss him. I send my wholehearted sympathy and love to those who remain, including the entire community, all of whom are in mourning for the man who cared enough to go out on Christmas Eve with his son to get people out of snowdrifts, just to be helpful. The man who bought up all the remaining trees at "Festival of Trees" AND THEN donated them to whomever needed them to lift spirts of children, or organizatgions. He left a footprint as big as old Lake Bonneville. My wish is for continued success of integrity in the Larry H. Miller success story. May it continue to be strong and emulate his wishes.
March 2, 2009
I never got to meet Larry, but always wanted to. I haven't had my car to drive, due to mechanical problems, for over a year. Being on disability, I can't afford to get it fixed. I told my Bishop, 'I bet if I could meet Larry H. Miller, he'd help me fix it'
Everyone in the state of Utah, even without the pleasure of meeting him, felt like he was our friend. He has set an example for all of us to follow, even from heaven. He has a smile that makes us smile. He deserved everyones respect and admiration, a giant among men. My daughter is there on the other side with him. She'll have him laughing in no time!!!
My prayers and love to your family. I wish I could have had the pleasure of shaking a man like that's hand. A man of God.
Respectfully,
March 2, 2009
We never met Larry Miller in person, but he still had a great inpact on our lives and other Utah citizens. We like others feel that "We know this Guy"! He did so much for others and will be missed. You family have been a great example to us in the dignity you have shown as you said goodbye to you awesome Dad.

May Heavenly Father Bless you all,
Elaine & Allen Child
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