Thanks Larry! There is a great void in our community!
He was a great man and will be missed
To his family, from his many many friends, God bless you and your family! May
God be with you! You are an inspiration!
Thanks for everything Larry! You have been a great example to all. You have
made our community better. I have great admiration for all you have done. Best
wishes to your Family in this time of loss.
Thank you for everything Larry. You were a wonderful human being. Our prayers
are with your family. Go Jazz!!
...speachless. Larry meant so much to this city and I can only hope the best
for his family moving forward.
Thanks for all that you did in our community.
this is awful news.
Thanks for everything Larry.
This is a great man that will be missed by his family and tha community
Thank You for everything you did for you Utah. You will be missed. My heart goes
out to the Miller family.
A giant of the Salt Lake community has left us.He will be greatly missed.
He will be remembered as a kind and generous man who helped so many around him.
May the Lord comfort his family at this time. Thank you Larry H. Miller for the
great example you were to all of us.Sincerely,The Wilbur FamilyPanaca, Nevada
I'll never forget the night that Stock hit the shot in houston. I went with
Jared to the airport. As we were running back to our car, Larry's car passed us
and I yelled "Isn't this fun?" He stuck his head out and said "YES IT IS!"Saying thank you just doesn't seem like enough.
Larry did so much for basketball fans in the state of Utah, this is really sad
he was way to young. God Bless his family!
Best wishes and much love to the Miller family.
Thank you so much for all you have done for this state. You will deeply be
Larry is one of the most influential people in Utah sports. I'm not sure that we
would have had the opportunities of the Winter Olympics, the National Ice
Skating Championships, and many other sports if Larry had not stepped up and
kept the Jazz franchise here in Utah. I have never met him personally, but
during radio interviews and on TV, he seemed like an amazing individual. I wish
his family the best.
A giant of the Salt Lake community has left us.He will be greatly
missed. He will be remembered as a kind and generous man who helped so many
around him. May the Lord comfort his family at this time. Thank you Larry H.
Miller for the great example you were to all of us. The Salt Lake area will
always remember you.Sincerely,The Wilbur FamilyPanaca,
God bless him.
that is so sad for the Utah Jazz team and for Utah i am prying for his family
such a terrible loss for our community. We will miss you Larry and remember the
legacy you have built in our state. May your family find comfort in the great
things you did. My heart goes out to them
So sorry to hear this. Our condolences go out to his family.
One of the more humble and honorable wealthy men this world has seen. He'll be
You have done more for Utah sports and probably many other facets of Utah life
than anyone I know. You will be missed.
My sincerest condolences to his family. I am grateful for having known him and
the positive impact he had on my life.
Thanks, Larry, for all the memories. God bless to the Miller family during this
very difficult time.
The end of a legend. No one did it better, in a smaller market than Larry.
My condolences to his family and to all that knew him. He was a tough
businessman and made a lot of enemies over the years but he also did a lot of
good also. Rest in peace, Larry.
Sad dang we'll miss you Larry... GO JAZZ!
God bless his family
How incredibly sad that his numerous health problems would lead to this.
Larry Miller: Thank you for providing so many people with such great
entertainment, for so many years. THANK YOU
My condolences to the family. Thank you for your generosity and charitable
endeavors in the community. And thank you for keeping the Jazz in Utah. God
What a giant of a man - for his business, his community and his Church. He will
A great man and a community contributor.
I was saddened to hear of Larry's passing. He will be greatly missed in our
community. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Miller family.
This is a sad day for all Utahns. Blessings on Gayle and her family.
My heart is sad at his passing. I really loved Larry for all the good he did
for Utah. A great Utahn. My heart goes out to Gail and his family. God Bless
Thanks for everything you have done for the community and for sports in Utah
Larry. You will be missed.
Larry was an Icon and served our community with heart. He will be missed but
his legacy to Utah will live on.Taylorsville Resident
Larry Miller was one of the greats, that we all will miss. It seems we are
losing all of the great people who have changed our lives. He has made a
wonderful mark on this earth.
Self made - Loyal - I'll miss his works. For now we know who's in charge of
organizing the angels!
Condolences to the Miller family in this time.
He will be missed. He deserves many thanks for all he has done for Utah, and
hopefully we can all learn something from this great man's life.
Thank you Larry and the Miller Family for all you have done for our State and
A sad ending to a productive life! Every person in Utah and many outside of
Utah were effected in one way or another to this man. I feel he was a good guy
at heart and cared for others despite his money. I'm gonna miss seeing him in
his seat at ESA for sure!
Can't believe it.
He was a great man. He always stood up for his values and morals even if they
differed from what others thought. He was the owner and creator of the greatest
franchise in NBA history. My thoughts and prayers go out to he and his family.
I send my condolences to the family. I have great respect for Larry H. Miller
and all he did for the people of Utah!
You and your family have done so much for this community. Our thoughts and
prayers are with your family.
He will really be missed by me. I loved his interviews and the way he ran the
Jazz and became a fan in part due to him.He made mistakes but learned from them
and had the courage to say when he was wrong. I wish his family well and am
truly,very truly so sad that he is gone.What terribly sad news for true Jazz
fans everywhere.Larry you will be missed more than you will ever know or could
I would like to offer the, Miller family my sincere and loving condolences. Larry Miller has been, to me, a wonderful example of honesty, strength of
character, inspiration ,the ultimate sportsman, and the strongest individual
that ever showed a total devotion to his ideals. Forever he will be
remembered with a passionate respect by me. There is a lot of room in my heart
We lost a great citizen today. My condolences to his family and friends.
Larry is a great guy and loves his family and faith.You'll be
My heart and thoughts go out to the Miller family. Larry is much loved, well
respected and will be sorely missed.
That's awful, Larry Miller was a perfect model of support for the Utah community
during the 15 years I lived there. He will be missed, and is surely
in heaven as we speak.A truly great man, great Utahan, and overall a
good person.Your impact won't soon be forgotten on the people of
Utah.Goodbye, people around the world were touched by you, and don't
forget it.Godspeed,-John Hugens, Seoul Korea
We've lost a great man and a greater legacy. Sadly diabetes took over. Yes,
Larry you'll be missed. Peace to your beloved family and millions of friends
will always remember your generosity and character. Not to be beaten.
I was so hoping that he would be able to get better after his amputations.
Bless his heart!Sincere condolences to his family.
Our hearts and thoughts are with the Miller family at this time of loss. Love
you, Larry. You will be missed.
Larry never got his title but maybe he can still get his wish of bringing a
title to Utah and Jazz fans everywhere.You will truly be missed.
is a sad day. My heart goes out to the Miller family. Larry H. Miller will be
All I can say righ now is Thank you Larry for everything you have done for Utah.
You are loved by many, and will be missed.
What an outstanding person. He did so much for all of us here in Utah. He
brought so much to Utah as well. As boring as people think Utah is
entertainment wise. I am sure it would be a whole lot worse if it weren't for
his generosity. Thanks again Miller family.
Larry H. Miller was a great man who always followed his morals and values. He
created the greatest franchise in NBA history! My thoughts and prayers are with
he and his family. A big piece of Salt Lake has left us today. God Bless!
I just had my sons down to see his private car collection last week. We were
talking about how different Utah would be had he not been here. He definitely
changed the entire State. A great man that left his mark in a way that made all
our lives a bit better. He will be missed but not forgotten.
Condolances from a longtime fan. If not for Larry Miller we wouldn't even have
Jazz basketball in Utah.
as a huge jazz fan and an employee in the automotive world larry has made a huge
impact on many people. his loss will be felt by many. he will also be missed by
many... hopefully this basketball season for the jazz can really get behind this
and do well this year for his memory. one way or the other, this is a big loss
to the team and the league.
This is too bad. I think Larry was a genuine good guy and that he did a lot for
Our prayers are with his family during this time. We owe a debt of gratitude to
Larry for his contribution to our community.
What a truly great, man. He will be missed.
I would like to offer the, Miller family my sincere and loving condolences.Larry Miller has been, to me, a wonderful example of honesty, strength of
character, inspiration ,the ultimate sportsman, and the strongest individual
that ever showed a total devotion to his ideals.Forever he will be
remembered with a passionate respect by me. There is a lot of room in my heart
The NBA lost more than just an owner they lost one of the truest of fans. He
loved the Jazz and had so much passion to win a title.I hope he left that
passion with us here and with the Jazz the passion to reach the highest level of
excellence.May the Jazz bring home a title to a man that deserves it.He didn't
just want it for himself but for the community he loved so much and did so much
for. Whether you liked him or not there can be no doubt about the legacy he left
behind and all the lives he touched.I will miss you so much even though I never
A sad day, Best wishes to his family and friends from Alaska.
Condolences to the Miller family!
God bless Larry Miller and all that he has done for the great state of Utah.
His impact will persist for generations to come. Go Jazz, and let's win a title
Dear Gail;It is with tears of saddness that we send our Love and Sympathy
to you at this most difficult time. What a stalwart man and couple you have been
over the many years. We pray for you and your family at his time that you will
be Comforted to know so Many, Many people Love You Both so Very Much for all You
Both have done for the SLC Communities over the years!!! We can't Thank You
enough for what has been accomplished because of the association with Larry H.
Miller , You and Your Family. May God Bless!With Friendship and Love,The McGilvary Sisters
I was shocked to hear the news today. I simply want to wish his wife, family,
and friends my deepest regret and sympathy. He's in a better place and he'll be
with you again! God bless you!
Thank you Larry H, Miller for what you have done for the Utah Jazz and for the
state of Utah. RIP.
I'll miss Larry H. Millers fire, my heart goes out to his family. This is a sad
day but one to always remember a legend.
This is truly sad. Larry Miller was a GIANT among men!!! we will miss you! Our
thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Thanks for all the support you've lent to laudable causes.God bless.
Larry, thanks for all you have done for Utah and for keeping the Jazz with us.
My late mother never missed a Jazz game. It brought so much joy to her life!
You're a good man Larry Miller. My thoughts go to your family since you've
left, but you will be remembered.
Thanks, Larry for all you did for this state and our communities. You'll be
Thank You Larry for all you have done, you will be missed but not forgotten
rest is peace larry, you were a great man.
Really sad to see him leave us and also the pain he has gone through lately. I
appreciate all he did for Utah through business and The Jazz. He was a big part
of this chapter of Utah
We will always be thankful for what he has done for our community. I will miss
seeing him in his courtside seats, and being so candid on his weekly radio show.
Though most of us have never met him, we will all miss him.
My heart goes out to the Miller family. Thanks you Larry, for bringing Utah so
many things, including professional basketball. We'll miss you.
Thank you for all that you have done for Utah. You will be missed. Rest in peace
and god bless you and your family.
to hear about Larry Miller's death. He was a great example of a man who gave
the fruits of his life to help many people--the epitome of a "self-made"
businessman. I am sure his family contributed greatly to his success. Our hearts go out to his family and the Jazz, too--because of his leadership
as owner of the Jazz, our whole family, living in several states, are Jazz fans!
I hope that the Jazz, without Larry, don't descend into just another NBA team.
They've always reflected Larry's class and integrity.
This is a very sad day for all of Utah whether you are into sports or not. Larry
H. Miller was a very honorable man who did a lot with a little. He made Utah
what it is today and was an amazing man. There is no way that Utah would have a
professional basketball team without him, he has some of the finest auto
dealerships, movie theaters, and restaurants in the western United States, along
with an amazing motorsports park. My heart and prayers are with the Miller
family. He was an amazing man and deserves all the respect in the world.
We are all poorer for Larry's passing. He was one of the great men of Utah.
Larry, we love you brother. Thanks for all you did for us. You will be sorely
missed. This loss is felt all the way down to Arizona.
Utah won't be the same without him. He did so much for the state of Utah. His
influence can be felt everywhere. It's hard to believe he is gone. We will
keep his family in our prayers.
A Genius, A Legend and did so much for Utah. I idolize him in many ways. You
will not be forgotten in Utah. God Bless.
Jazz games won't seem the same with the special seat near the player bench being
An amazing man. He made Utah what it is now. My heart and prayers are with the
Miller family. He was an amazing man and deserves all the respect in the world.
I will miss him.
Thanks Larry Miller! Our hearts and prayers go out to your family!
Our condolences to the Miller family. What a giant of a man, he truly did so
much for the people of Utah. May the Lord bless him and his family.
Such sad, sad news. Larry H Miller has an incredible story, I have so much
admiration for him. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
Mr. Miller: Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
Larry, you'll be missed, but your legacy will live on.My heartfelt
condolences to the Miller family.
Bye Larry. We really are gonna miss ya!
What he did in 64 years most of us couldn't in 200 years. Jazz have been the
only team in all sports that I have ever watched and loved in no small part to
him, sloan ,john and karl.I have always loved the blue collar effort and
philosophy.It's not always about the wins or losses to them but how you do
it.Give it your all leave it out on the floor.Man, Larry I will truly miss your
interviews just no owners would do that and none put the heart into the Jazz
like you did.How I hope you get your wish someday and a title hangs next to your
banner because there should be a banner up there for the Jazz's number one
fan.Wow good bye Larry Good Bye.To a truly good guy.
Our family is saddened by the loss of Larry H. Miller. His legacy is one that
will live forever not just here in Utah but throughout the world. He truly was a
man for the World. To the Miller family our condolences. He was a man unafraid
to wear his emotions on his sleeves and shared them with Jazz fans the world
over. Thank you Larry. Mike and Moira Breck, St. George, Utah
Larry's influence for good will be missed. My wish is that his family will be
comforted in his absence, and they will be able to continue his legacy of good,
hard work, and contribution to the community. He truly was a man who had a
passion for life and people.
we will miss you!!!!!!
Larry H Miller provided a member of our family the opportunity to go to college.
Thanks for your generosity and contributions to society LHM.
God Bless you Larry H. Miller. Things have changed but you are still with us,
with every meal provided by a LHM Group paycheck, with every child's laugh at a
ball game or movie, and especially with every bounce on the hardwood floor, your
spirit lives with us. Thank you.To Gail and the kids, I hope you
know you are his greatest success and legacy. Peace be with you.Yogi - Ogden, UT
Man... This guy inspired me. I was a failing student at West High and realized
he went to West and only got C averages. Miller then went on to be one of the
most admired business men in the country. This dude has brought a lot to me, my
family just by entertianment alone. Larry's Family should all know that this
guys time may have been cut short but he did much more than most do in 100
years. May they find comfort and we are all praying for you. Thanks Larry
Personally for all you have done and will continue to do with all you have
He will be missed. what a great man. I have great respect for him and his
Larry, I'm very saddened by your passing. I want to thank you for keeping the
Jazz in SLC and being a such a stand up guy. You set a positve example for
everyone.If more were like you the world would be a much better
place. That is the true measure of a man, and you have proven to be one of the
greatest. Rest in Peace.
Great guy, great example. Utah will miss you. You truly showed what it meant to
give back to the community.
Brother Miller,Well done thou good and faithful servant. Not only were you
a successful businessman, but a great man of integrity as well. To his family,
do him proud. You have a big name to live up to. Godspeed.
A moment of silence, please.
What great memories I have of Larry. I was his Elders Quorum President when he
lived in Littleton, Colorado; when he was the Parts Manager for Stevenson
Toyota. He also pitched for their traveling softball team. We used to go to
Denver Nugget games together and he would often remark that he would like to own
a NBA Team someday!! I'm a huge fan of his incrediblde American Success story.
What a loss to the State, the LDS Church (Joseph Smith Papers) and to all who
knew and loved him. God bless the memory of Larry Miller. Thank you for 39
years of great memories my friend!
Today the collective we have lost a GIANT of a MAN! As my wife and I were
listening to David Locke, of 1320, over the inter-net, David broke this very sad
news. The Miller Family has given so much to so many. Thanks doesn't seem
enough. We are all better for having lived during the life time of Larry H
Miller. What an example! Yes, LHM made sacrificies so that others reaped the
benefits. May the Larry Miller Family and his close associates, be supported by
Larry's faith and love for them. You will be missed Larry H Miller because we
love you. God bless.
Thanks larry for giving me my first job(indirectly)God bless you.
Thanks you Larry for all you have done for the community if SLC and the State of
UT. I had the unbelievable opportunity to work in Event Security at the Delta
Center (now ESA Arena) and I have cherished those days and will continue to
cherish them. Again, thank you Larry for all you've done. - Tim
Sure love you today Miller family. I know exactly how you feel. My dad passed
away at the "young" age of 64, too. My father and I spent many hours in front of
the tube watching Larry's team playing on Larry's TV station in the house that
Larry built. Then afterwards we went to get ice cream from a car Larry sold us.
Did he make an impact on our lives or what? I actually graduated from Larry's
high school with his same grade point avg. Thank you Miller family
for sharing your dad with us. The Lord talks of a man that was given ten talents
and because he never buried it, he was given ten more. Larry shared every one of
his talents and in return, was given so much more. Great family, integrity,
charity, etc. I wish to be where Larry is headed. Please say hi to
my dad for me.
I think Larry added a spark to each of our lives, he will be sorely missed.
I had the pleasure of going to a Jazz game the other week and was so grateful
that they had wheelchair access so that I could Enjoy the game..My family
surprised me by taking me...I am a young 89'r soon to be 90 in March and would
go again...Thank You Larry for all that you have done...you are the Best in the
West!!! Love and Comfort to your sweet wife Gail and your family... May God
Bless All of you at this difficult time... May the team continue to WIN for
Thanks Larry! You saved the Jazz!
Thank you Larry. God bless his family
I am saddened by your passing. I admire people like him, people who use their
resources to help the needy and to make a difference in this world. Thank you
for all the good you have done in our community.
He went about doing good.
May he rest in peace.
Gail and Family, we grieve as all Utah grieves, Larry will be greatly missed.
Larry and you Gail together have helped with so many worthy works and causes.
Few people can leave this earth knowing that have contributed so much. There are
many youth who you have helped with support for their higher education, that
will have a positive impact on them and our society for generations to come. It
goes without saying that you have given our families years of good entertainment
experiences watching the Jazz or viewing movies at your theaters. I personally
am very grateful for your contributions to the Joseph Smith Papers & ConSource a
web site dedicated to educating the public on our Country's founders. My wife
and I wish you and your family will find peace, in this very difficult time.
I am truly saddened by the death of Mr Miller. Larry you truly were a Giant in
our community. You brought the beloved jazz to Utah! You did everything in your
power to help put Utah on the map. You are an example to all businessmen in Utah
who want to succeed in life. We love you Larry. I hope the Utah Jazz Players
dedicate this season to Larry!
May Utah find peace in losing you. Peace to your family.
So sorry to hear this. My condolences to his wife and family.
Mr. Miller had a great belief in America. I heard him speak and met him a few
years ago at a Rotary function and was very impressed with his faith in American
free-enterprise concepts and using good business principals in any endeavor. He
had a great vision and ability to inspire us all to do more for our community
and nation. We all need to look beyond ourselves to improve things around us.
Condolences to his family at this difficult juncture.
WOW!"Miller not only became the 10th largest car dealer in the
nation, with 42 dealerships in six states, but he also began acquiring other
businesses in the coming years. The Larry H. Miller Group eventually included 74
business enterprises movie theaters, auto dealerships, a world-class race
track, a movie production company, an advertising agency, ranches, restaurants,
TV and radio stations, a real estate development company, an NBA franchise, a
professional baseball team, an NBA arena, a motorsports park, sports apparel
stores and various philanthropic organizations. At one time they produced $3.2
billion in sales annually. He turned his CEO duties over to his oldest son,
Greg, after suffering the heart attack in 2008."
Thanks Larry Miller, Thanks for saving the Utah Jazz and building it
into a great franchise,Thanks for all you have done for Utah, Thanks for your personal words of encouragementThank you for
your exampleyou will be missed.
I want to send my condolence to the family and Thank Larry for his support to
Salt Lake and the State of Utah as a whole. His success can make many avenues
for all of US in UTAH, to lead to great success, and putting others before
ourselves. Thank you for the Love and Personal respect you gave us all.
I had a change to work closely with Larry. I love the man with all of my heart.
What an example. His capacity to love others was enormous. His love and his
testimony of Joseph Smith, and his love for Gail and his dear family was deeply
inspiring. He loved this area and the people within it. He loved our
forefathers. He was a George Washington. He had more courage and determination
than anyone I've met. I pray that his family will be comforted. We love him
This is a terrible loss, god bless the family.
What a great man who was such a great example. Our prayers are with his dear
wife and family. Thank-you Larry for everything you've done. Aloha!
Condolences to the Miller family. Larry has made Utah a better place for all of
us. Hopefully someday we can win one for Larry!
I had a very low grade average, and quit school, went back several times, Thank
you, as have had more than 20 jobs, in 40 years, as I have not felt I could make
it, but, LHM gave me Hope, the ability, and the chance to use the Gift you left
for me. Thank you Gail, and your family for sharing him with Utah and my
Met him a couple of times as a college student. He is an amazing man, humble and
generous. We need more men of his stature in the world.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of this admirable man. Larry will
be greatly missed by all of those he touched in life! God Bless your family in
this time of sorrow and celebration of such a wonderful man.
Larry was loved by Mormoms, non-Mormons, Utah fans, BYU fans, people that live
in SLC and Davis/Utah counties.In Larry's honor, we should
re-dedicate ourselves to tolerance and peaceful co-existence in this great
state. I know he would love for us to become more gentle and kind - like him.
I worked with Larry on several occasions with local educational and cultural
organizations. His generosity, both his personal wealth and his incredible
brain, were invaluable.The community is diminished with his passing.
Your generosity, example, and advice made a big difference in the lives of a
generation of young men. You are a true hero.It's too late now to
adequately express my appreciation, but thanks.
What would Utah be without the Jazz? Larry H. Miller was a one of a kind, self
made man and he will be missed by all Utahns. He molded the Jazz into one of
the ideal franchises in the NBA and gave more to the State of Utah with all of
his ventures than he ever got back. Thoughts and prayers to the
Thank you LHM. What a classy man.
To the Miller Family -Thank you for your husband and dad. He was fine
man. Thanks for the risks that you took with Jazz and your other ventures. You
brought smiles to lot of faces.
Mr. Miller, I wished right now financially i could be in Utah to meet people and
be around those lives you and your family touched. I may not have always with
JAZZ management on all issues. However,. you were a stand up guy, you always
treated the media well, you conducted yourself with enthusiasm, class and were
an active-owner. I knew of some your accomplishments for your great state but
to not until today the magnitude. You saved this Jazz franchise, you treated
your players with dignity, financial security and respect for all walks of life.
I wish I could have met you Larry. Greg, you have a tough legacy and I know you
will continue to do the great job running the Jazz, your dad is proud-we were
proud that a decent, honorable man touched as many lives as he did. Take care.
Thank you for bringing the Jazz to Utah. You will be missed.
From up in Alaska, we thank you Larry for your service and impact on America.
Dear Larry...You were everyone's friend. You were a dear friend to the
Cracroft family. Thanks, Larry & Gail. Zane, we give you our love. Hang in
there. Life is ETERNAL.Love, Parker, Dave, Terese and Family
I grew up in Southern California, and so I am still a Lakers fan, but I can't
help be a Larry H. Miller fan! The Miller family is sincerely in my thoughts and
Wow after reading all that he was going threw I hope he finally has some peace.
I had no idea, I was keeping up with the Jazz somewhat this year but not as much
as years past. Ironically yesterday's game was the 1st game I'd seen since the
opening week. That is too bad, just shows you how small basketball is compared
to life. I was glad the Jazz won last night but to hear about how much
suffering Larry had to endure and then to hear about his passing was so tought
to handle. One thing about Larry is and I hope I can say the same
thing when I go is that he probably had no regrets he said what he wanted to
when he wanted to. Such a sad day
Mr. Larry H. Miller,I don't know how I can ever repay you with
everything you have done within our community, especially at the University of
Utah. Because of your kind heart to give out scholarships to unfortunate, low
income students at the U, you have forever already changed the lives of many by
granting us the opportunity to have a better life! Mr. Miller, thank you for
everything you have done for us. In your honor, we will pay it forward to future
generations in hoping to give them an opportunity to succeed in life just as you
have given many of us!You will be missed dearly!Thanks,
I heard Mr. Miller speak right before I graduated from the U. I will never
forget some of the advice he gave that night over 20 years ago.Thank
you, Mr. Miller, for showing us all what a person can do when he puts his mind
I met him at a Huntsman for Governor event several years ago. He was so down to
earth. I was impressed. He did so much good for Utah. His positive influences
will of course continue on for a long, long time.
Larry,Thank you for your great example of hard work, dedication to
God and family, and for all the many financial risks you have taken to make Utah
a better place. You deserve only the best. You have been an inspiration for
many, certainly for me. Utah certainly has lost on of her best. I am
sure you are basking in peace and happiness on the other side.
My thoughts and prayers go out to the Miller Family What a great man that he was
to the Salt Lake Area, and also with the Jazz Franchise Thanks for all that he
has done, We will miss you,
Wow, how sad for Utah. We will miss him!But what a Legacy he left for his
family, his wife and his children. Here is a modern man who will stand with the
other great men of Utah History. What an inspiration!Thanks Larry for your
good life. God be with you.
They should retire his jersey like they did with frank layden soon it won't
happen next game against the hornets although that would be nice.
Great Guy! Wish you'd been around longer. You blessed the lives of many
Larry Miller, you will be missed
Just want to add my 2 cents. Utah was/is lucky to have Larry H. Miller. I always
point out the uniqueness of things when I recognize them and LHM is a unique
person whose actions have had an impact on countless people. I wish we could
have had him for 20 more years. Here's hoping his legacy lives on with his
remaining family.Condolences to his family and to Utah who will miss him
Thank you Larry for all you have done for your family and this community. It
is such a blessing to have people with the courage and talent and commitment to
build a community with grace, enthusiasm, passion.YOU WILL BE
I don't know the details of Larry Miller's last few hours so I don't even know
if he was aware of his team's victory last night, but having fought Jordan and
the Bulls twice for the NBA title, and losing, I think it's only fitting that on
the last night of his life, his beloved Jazz beat the defending world champion
Celtics.A fitting end to this part of his life, don't you think?God bless you, Larry Miller.
Larry did it his way!!!(the right way) as LAKER Fans we really respected the way
he carried the great Jazz organization. We are sure he will be coaching on the
other side for a much greater cause.Thank you Larry for being a great
example of true sportmanship!! You we're great for the game, but even
better for the great city of Salt Lake!!THANK YOU!!!!
A very sad day for Utah, indeed. My heart goes out to the Miller family. May
peace surround and comfort you. My father had many, many happy hours watching
his beloved Jazz play. Larry touched many lives and made them all the better.
Rest in peace.
Thanks Larry H. Miller . You did so much for Jazz and people in Utah. I know you
since I have become Utah Jazz'fan. I just would like you to know that one man
from Bangkok still remember you.
Thank you Larry for everything you have done for the state of Utah. You have
provided thousands with jobs and lifted the spirits of millions through your
sport venues, restaurants and movie theatres. You will be deeply missed but I
pray that your enormous legacy continues to go in Utah in a way the refelcts
your values and standards. We will miss you and your compassion, laugh,
kindness and work ethic. You are an American Hero and we are so blessed that
you have lived in our great state - much so much greater because of your vision,
expertise and work ethich. Much love The Johnsen Family, Destin, FL
I worked for him in the dealership industry. he was well know as a man who
always took care of his employees. I considered him my friend even without
knowing who I was.
A very humble servant that served other and was willing to share his success.
Thank you so much for all you have taught us all. May the good Lord continue to
watch after your family and all of your friends. I am sure he has many things
for you to do in the Heavens above. Many thanks
If I can only make 1/100th of an impact compared to what Larry has made to his
family and the community I would consider my life very successful. All we have
to do is look around the Salt Lake comminity to realize how much Larry Miller
has contributed to the community - each one of us has benefitted to some degee
of his generosity and his desire to make SLC a better place in which to
live. For the most part, Larry stayed true to his priorities as he saw them -
family, church, friends, social growth and the employees that worked for him.I believe Larry's life can be used as one of the greatest examples of
how people should conduct their lives.For someone I've never known,
I will always feel the lose of the death of this great man.
Sorry to hear the news,Larry was a great man and still is a great man.God bless
you in your new journy.Go Larry and Jazz.
We were so sorry to hear about Larry H. Miller's passing. He was a great man
and he will be sorely missed. We send our sympathies to his family. Aloha oe!
My HERO! He is the best of the BEST! He made Utah what it is today.
What a loss! My stomach sank when I read the news. Larry Miller has done more
for the state of Utah than any elected official, any other business owner, and
even more than the Olympics. This is a sad day in deed. My prayers go out to
the Miller family and anyone else closely associated with him.
I'm very sad to hear of Larry Miller's passing. I had a close friend who went
through this same disease and had many of the same symptoms so unfortunately I
was afraid something like this might happen. Larry was the genuine article. I
didn't always agree with him but I liked the fact that what you see is what you
get with Larry. He will be missed.
I was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Larry Miller, I join with the
citizens of Utah in mourning the passing of this Utah legend. I extend my
thoughts and prayers to the members of his family.Shaun Williams
Rarely has this world produced such a man! he will be missed.
Larry Miller is the type of person that children should aspire to become. He
will be missed.
I was a transplant to the JAZZ nation and was never a JAZZ fan but I must say,
what Larry Miller did was amazing. he saved a community, city and state from
absolution. He took very little for granted and wanted to give back to the
community. He came from an abismal start to being one of the preeminant owners
in the NBA and he will be missed. I do remember the series with Denver and I am
sure it is a moment that he deeply regretted but it was his passion which fueled
the moment. As a new business owner, I can reflect on his risks and say to
myself, "if Larry can do it with millions on the line...maybe I can do it with
thousands." Way to go Larry...you made the little man believe in himself. My
condolensences to the family. GOD BLESS!!!
After All, We Knew That Guy!A pillar in any community, anytime,
anywhere.Tony from Canada
I have read all 180 comments. Not one negative remark, only praise. The mark
of this man is truly how he cared for his fellow man. We could all take a lesson
from this wonderful man.
We are deeply saddened to learn of Larry's passing.My client informed me
of the news at 5:30 p.m. to day.
I'm from Chicago, a Bulls fan of course, but also a Larry H Miller fan. He was
a great person. So sorry to hear about his passing away. My condolences to his
family, the Jazz, and all Jazz fans. I was really impressed with the way he
stood up for his values, the way he helped others, and the good person he was.
Thanks to him for all he's done for a great team in Utah!
Everyone would be a better person if they followed in Larry Millers footsteps.
He was Gods loyal and devout soldier. He is the kind of man who was born to be a
leader of all man kind. God bless his family.
Any idea how much fun I had with my son, his friends, and our community through
my participation in Jr. Jazz basketball? Nobody will ever know the depth of my
enjoyment. Larry wore down many a lazy banker as he built his business, and yet
he was honorable. He inspired employees, created jealousy amongst his
competitors, and spoke from the heart. I will always remember his candor, his
immense anger when he felt wronged, his fierce loyalty for friends and hard
workers, and again, the bond Jr. Jazz created amongst my son, his friends, and
myself. Gail and family, your sacrifices have not gone ignored, nor
When I heard the news, I was surprised at how emotional I became. I know Larry
would appreciate my feelings since one of the lasting memories I'll have of him
will be the heartfelt tears he shed at many news conferences. I wish I could
have personally expressed my gratitude to Larry for his contributions to the
community, well beyond stepping up to save the Jazz. Every year, Larry's
organization would donate thousands of turkeys during the holiday season to the
Utah Food Bank for distribution to needy families. Larry was a true giant among
us -- he needs to have his own statue at the Energy Solutions Arena. Better yet,
let's rename the arena the Larry H. Miller arena, for without him, we wouldn't
have it or the Jazz. God bless, Larry.
We miss you Larry. And we loved you.
Larry you will always be remembered. Are thought and prayers are with his
So sad he had to leave us at such a young age. What a great example to us all!
He was really great guy, it's the 6th year for me here in Utah and I would like
to thank him for making the Jazz such a classy team because he was a classy guy.
Thanks for everything, Larry. Rest in peace.
Thank you for giving so much to so many. Your family is in our prayers. You are
a real HERO!!!!!
What a phenominal life he lead. I't rather trade places with him so he could
continue to be here and help even more than 7,000 people go to work. He truly
cared about others and went about doing good all the days of his life. I will
miss my childhood friend as he blessed my life from afar.To Gail I say,
your two were and are a great and eternal couple from way back when you first
met in at West. Larry was true to you and his ideals. WE must carry that forward
as he would want us all to do, to make ourselves better, to make Utah better and
to make the country better.Three cheers for Larry. Hip, hip hooray! God Bless your wonderful family and may He support you in the passing of a
father, grandfather, brother, teacher, friend, all around great guy!
Thank you for everything you've done for me. I will be forever thankful for
your life, and yes it was extraordinary! God bless you till we meet again.
Thank you Larry for a life well lived. You will be missed. SLC appreciates all
that you have done
I read about the death of Larry H. Miller here in Afghanistan. He was an
extraordinary man. I'm not from Utah but went to BYU and have followed the Jazz
and Brother Miller for many years. My best wishes to his family and friends.
Gail, our love goes out to you and pray you will find peace and comfort. I know
our lives have been touched and blessed greatly because of the acquaintance with
you and Larry, being blessed to work on the Joseph Smith Papers, and being able
to associate with you both and hearing your testimonies of Joseph Smith and the
work being done! Larry is a great man and we are saddened deeply. We appreciate
you for sharing your husband, and that he had been able to influence so many
world wide! You truly are a great a woman, as great as Larry had been. We love
you dearly!Scott and Barb Faulring
I met Brother Miller several years ago when he once spoke at the Orem Institute
of Religion. That was great!I'll miss Larry as one of the few most
generous and friendly contributors to our communities! I'll miss Larry's
contributions to the movie industry with the financial backing for nice movies
like The Work and the Glory, and his determination to stand up for right against
some of the pressures from movie distributors. Way to go, Larry!Larry was so nice to give the community the free Christmas singalong for so
many years, and we're glad that we went to the most recent one, just last year
of course. Heheh, when they sang We Wish You a Merry Christmas, my family
instead sang "We wish you a LARRY Christmas, we wish you a LARRY Christmas; we
wish you a LARRY Christmas, and a happy BLUE year!" Heheh! (Not as a mockery of
Christ, of course, but just all in fun with Larry.) We hope the rest of the
Miller family will continue this nice, friendly tradition. (Please!) If so,
we'll keep going!Thank you, Bro. Miller! I'm glad I "know this
What an extreme and rare pleasure to have this great man in this great state. He
was a great example to everyone. He was a source of great stability for
everyone. The memories that I have gained by being a die hard Jazz fan will
never leave me. I will never be able to repay or tell his family how much he
has meant to me. I only wish that I could have meet him in person to at least
tell him thanks. Larry you are truely amazing!
To Larry's family, we express our condolences. Larry is a great example of
helping others and doing good. He was a talented businessman. In spite of a
"diamond in the rough" personality, he was committed to doing a lot of good in
this community. Because of Larry, the Jazz was able to stay in Salt Lake. His
influence allowed the building of some LDS temples in areas where there was
hostility towards it. He and his wife funded the Joseph Smith Papers project, a
noteworthy Church history endeavor. It is a brave scholarly work that will show
Joseph Smith as he was--prophet of God and as a man who had his own faults, who
wasn't perfect but was perfect in trying his best. Larry, too, was
a good man.
Thanks Larry for all you did for the SLC community! My thoughts and prayers go
out to him and his family
I used to live in Salt Lake City. Larry Miller's presence in the city is nearly
unavoidable. He is one of the true icons of a city and state. A great man. A
great religious man. A great humanitarian. All of us, wether directly or
indirectly, are better people for knowing who he was and what he stood for. The
NBA, the city of Salt Lake, and the state of Utah, will not be the same without
Mr. Miller around. We miss him already.
I'm thankful for the car I purchased from one of your dealerships. I was given
a good deal and with great respect and followup. Your attitude prevails in your
employees. Bless you and your family.
We'll miss you. You reminded me that we went pheasant hunting when we were
teenagers.I felt bad I had forgotten. Our sympathy to your family,
and my brother's familywho are your cousins.
Glad he had such a positive role in Utah history. He deserves some hard earned
A great man who lived his life with wisdom and devotion. His example of keeping
the Sabbath Day holy will forever be etched in my mind. Our prayers are with his
family at this time of such a great loss. He fought a good fight,he finished his
course he kept the faith.
Thanks for the memories Larry. Thank you for bringing the Jazz to Utah, and
thanks for all you stood for. You truly are an amazing example of a great
business man, and a true son of God. You will be missed.
Utah is better because of you. Thank you.
Well done Mr. Miller, rest in peace - and best wishes and comfort to those who
love you in their memories of you.
Let's tell it like it is--Larry Miller has done more for putting Utah on the map
than any man since Brigham Young!
Condolences to the Miller family. Thank you for sharing Larry with Utah--we're a
better place for his having lived here.
Thanks to Bro. Miller's family for all he's done for our community. After all
the awesome things he's done in sports and entertainment and automobiles, I
think his support and participation in the Joseph Smith Papers Project has been
his crowning achievement. Thanks for sharing him with all of us.
I am glad that this WONDERFUL mans suffering is over! God Bless you Mr. Miller
and THANK YOU for all you have done and all you have been!and for EVERYTHING you
are!You will NEVER be forgotten!Gail- There is NO doubt in
Larry's LOVE FOR YOU! He is now preparing your home in heaven!Godspeed!
All my prayers and thoughts are with the Miller Family. He was an unbelievable
philanthropist who taught through example. His efforts alone is the sole reason
the Jazz have a permanent home in Utah. A team that the city lives and dies by.
You have given us all so much joy. God bless you.
My deepest condolences to the Miller family.Larry Miller was an
incredible person whose good works will live on.
THANKS LARRY, YOU ARE A GREAT AMERICAN, A GREAT EXAMPLE TO ALL OF US. WE WILL
MISS YOU. GOD BLESS YOUR FAMILY IN THEIR SORROW. VALDOSTA, GA. LARRY MILLER
Say what you will about Larry, but one thing is certain...he was genuine. My
dad played fastpitch with Larry for many years. My sister ran into him several
years ago at a restaurant, the night before the signings of Boozer and Okur were
announced. He told her about the signings and asked her what she thought. When
she called me that night I was skeptical to say the least. Sure enough, the
announcement was made the next day. That's the kind of person he was...thank
you, Larry! You'll be missed!!
God bless Larry!
A Life well lived.. Thank you
"I have fought the good fight, I have finished the course, I have kept the
faith" - 2 Timothy 4:7The best way I can think of to summerize Larry
H. Miller's life. Remarkable man.My thoughts are with his family
during this difficult time.
were all as planets that reflect the truth in this vast creation. its ironic how
larry was able to respond to the truth and procreate a future for his loved ones
to prosper and have hope, from a simple choice to act upon. his life is worth
much more than the things he had to endure or sacrifice to accomplish. as our
economy is weak he also has come to a statement sealed with his death...yet i
beleive that he is doing just fine and so should his family...eternally. he was
able to do much for jesus christ and thats what makes it worth everything...
Larry was a wonderful man. The state of Utah owes a great debt to him for all
he did over the years. We are very sad to learn of his passing, but we
celebrate his life of goodness, caring for others, and always giving of himself.
He will be greatly missed.
Next to the Mormon Temple and Tabernacle Chior, Larry Miller and the Jazz put
Salt Lake City on the map.He tried to build the Jazz the right way,
making the team his extended family. His players were nearly always like as
people as much as appreciated for their basketball skills. He was loyal to them
to a fault, and loved in return.It is a shame he did not like long
enough to see a championship. I hope his family continues the same fine
leadership and philosophy.dpl
He led a passionate and inspirational life. He will be missed.
I love that he was the most important guy in any room, and yet he never wore a
tie, nor did he need to. What a stud.
What a wonderful life. I recently read an article about Larry Miller in LDS
Living magazine. He was a great giver, a great friend, a great life.
Larry was a great guy. He treated nonmembers and inactive Mormons as good as
active members. He was Utah's greatest!!!
Well Done Thou Good and Faithful Servant
My condolences go out to the Miller family. Utah has truly lost a great man.I have to say something, however, about Calciplylaxis,the disease that
they said in the article is incurable. NOT TRUE. My aunt was diagnosed with it
and survived; she is living proof. It is a horrible, painful disease, yes. Rare,
yes. In fact,a doctor told her that she couldn't have had it because it doesn't
exist. But she lived through it. I would hate for someone to be diagnosed with
it and remember what was written here and give up hope. Larry Miller's may have
been too far advanced to be reversed, but caught early enough and treated
properly, IT CAN BE CURED.
My thoughts and prayers are with the Miller Family. We here in Utah have truly
lost a great man.Calciplyaxis, however, if caught early enough and
treated properly, IS CURABLE. Mr. Miller's may have been too far advanced, but
it can be cured. My aunt was diagnosed with it and the doctors pretty much gave
up on her. After internet research, and some input from a wonderful nurse back
in Maryland, we insisted that she be given Sodium Thiosulfate. Her ulcers began
to heal and no more ulcers developed. SHE SURVIVED and is back to teaching in
the Salt Lake School District. I don't want someone to think that they are given
a death sentence if they are diagnosed with Calciphylaxis.
A real inspiration and a great man in so many more ways that wealth. His true
and real rewards awaits him. His family can be very proud
Larry wasn't perfect, but I'll bet he had a positive influence on nearly
everyone in Utah. I used to do some work for him at one of his homes, I bough a
new car from one of his dealerships, and I've spent countless hours watching the
Jazz. Not to mention the meals at his resturants and the many evenings spent at
his movie theaters.Thank You Larry and Thank You Gail for letting
him work so much so we could all benefit from his many accomplishments!
We love you larry
Job well done. Thanks for making Utah better. May you rest in peace. Best
wishes to your family.
I didn't know even a small amount of Larry H. Miller had done. What a wonderful
life and what a wonderful wife who supported him. You are someone to learn
Since John Stockton (I was raised in Spokane) joined the Jazz I have been a fan
going thru the ups and downs all fans do. Miller has been the cornerstone to the
continued success of the Jazz. How many owners in the current NBA have been able
to keep quality (hard work, dedicated) players for many years creating stability
that most teams lack. This season has been tough in many ways for Jazz fans.
However, it is the traits that Miller and Sloan (they are so similar) bring to
the franchise that have kept them going. SLC was/are fortunate to have quality
leadership like these two. By supporting the team you will be supporting
MIller's memory. RIP!
He gave better than he got. Thank heavens for underachieving high school kids
that turn into college dropouts. So many like Miller have had the gumption to go
get something done. An American legend.Great condolences
to the Miller family.Jazz... Win one for the Miller. He deserved it.
What a great life! a great example of making a extraordinary impact on a
community! Even though he did many great things in the public eye, I know of
many personal private stories of Larry's generousity. One example, when my
friend's 4 year old son had terminal cancer, Larry continued to pay my friend's
wages while giving him serveral months off work. Gail, we wish you
and your family well!
Larry will be missed, he was a great man and my heart and prayers go out to his
family. He save the franchise and he has dont alot for the Jazz and all of Utah.
Thank you Larry.
Thank you Larry for doing so much for Salt Lake City and Utah as a hole. You
have given us so much and I am forever grateful. Thank you for keeping the Jazz
in Utah and providing thousands the joy of watching the finest franchise in the
NBA all these years. God speed my friend and thank you from the bottom of my
Not a very flattering photo you displayed of him. One only has to think that
perhaps he didn't take good care of himself. Being overweight brings on a whole
set of health problems that a lot of people face today. Too bad for Larry
though, hope he continues his goodness in the next life.
Our world needs heros like Larry Miller. In spite of his many successes, we want
to express our appreciation for his being an honorable husband and father.
There are too many broken homes and unfaithful husbands and his example will be
be a lasting example for others. God bless your sweet wife and lovely family.
I'm 33 years old, and I can't remember life without the Jazz! Thank you, Larry
H! I could only wish to make contributions to the community that you have! Go
Jazz!!! I hope they had a retro Jazz uniform waiting for you on the other
Thank You for the wonderful gift of the BYU baseball "back to back" fields.
Gayle thanks for talking Larry into the gift. You, all you ,the whole Miller
family will continue to make our lives better because of your generosity. God
bless you all.
He built many bridges for me, I hope to build them for others in his place.
We'll miss you Larry!
What a terrible way to start this article -- graphs and graphs about his health
problems. How about starting with this man's amazing life and (if you deem it
necessary) chronicling his health issues deep into the story.
We wish the Miller family our prayers at this sad time.
My family wants to send the Miller family so many thanks and condolensces.
Thank you for what you have done for your community, your nation, your religion,
and your world. Thank you for being such a great fan of sports in general and
for stepping up and keeping the Jazz where they belong. We hope your family
will feel the comfort and joy of knowing you are in a better place.
Bonnie and I wish to express our condolences to the Larry H. Miller family. He
made a unique contribution for good to the lives of many living in Utah and
beyond. His stand in prohibiting the showing of "Brokeback Mountain" in his
theatres showed a unique commitment to morality and family values. We honor him
for that and the many other acts of courage in his service to the community.
I couldn't wait for thursday to roll around so I could listen to Larry on the
radio. He had amazing insight and some great stories.He will be sorely missed,
but look at the legacy he has left. My condolences to the family.
Generous, altruistic, selfless, sensitive, and inspirational. Larry Miller was
a legend in his own time. To his family: you can be very proud of all he stood
for. We were blessed, as a state, to have him and you here.
Rest in peace, Mr. Miller. You were a colorful man to be sure, but always honest
and a class act in my interactions with you. All the best to the Miller family
in your time of loss.
A sad day Friday. Trully a great man. The Jazz won't be the same.
Larry H. Miller will be missed by all he influenced, directly and indirectly.
What a great man, a great example.He will be missed. God bless the
What a great human being. He was a great business man, family man and a true
Christian. He was like a huge nugget of pure gold in a simple package wrapped
in plain paper and tied with a string. On the surface, he may not have appeared
to be anything special, but he was among the greatest of men we will have the
privilege to know.God bless you and your family, Larry!
My sincere condolences to his family. It is a well established fact that he
accomplished much and gave much to the community, but at what expense? I was sad
to read of his personal frustration over not spending more time raising his
family.Then I felt even sadder as I viewed all 72 pictures only a handful of
which showed him with any part of his family. I respectfully wonder what one of
his press conferences would sound like now?
Car dealer, Utah Jazz owner, philanthropist, entrepreneur... anyone remember how
Larry pulled the movie "Brokeback Mountain" from his theaters? This seems to
be missing from his eulogy.
I cried when I saw his picture in today's paper. He was a generous and
compassionate man, and has done so much for so many. Thank you, and thanks to
his family. I trust they will carry on his important work.
This is a sad day for the Utah Jazz. It is also a sad day for sports. The NBA
as a whole has lost one of the great owners. Other sports may not realize this
but with his passing it will affect many other sports too. Best of luck to his
family...Go Jazz I hope they where his initials on their uniform,
for the rest of the season.
This is truly the end of an era. Rest in Peace, Mr. Miller. Thank you for all
you have done for the State of Utah.
What a sad time for all of us. What a legend Larry has been, and he will be so
missed. I have enjoyed the Jazz games for many years. My sympathy to their
Best wishes to the Miller family. He will be missed by the people of Utah and
From the guy he gave two fishes, what a great guy! He took them from Mark
Eaton's catch but simply turned to him and said, "You can catch some more."
Larry was an all around great guy who sincerely cared about others.
As a retired widow my grandma lived a good life but had her share of lonely
moments. That is, until the Jazz became a fixture in Utah. She started following
them in the paper and we noticed that she could talk Jazz stats with the best of
them. My brother bought her a cable subscription (a significant investment back
in the day) so she could watch the games rather than listen to them on the
radio. She LOVED watching those games - but not listening to the TV commentary.
She had grown to love the radio announcer so much (Hot Rod Hundley) that she
would turn on the TV, mute the sound, and turn on the radio for the play by
play. She was in heaven! She was completely biased (any fouls called on the Jazz
players were just plain wrong - criminal even!!). There were good guys (all the
Jazz players) and the bad guys Detroit, Chicago, LA. Pictures of nature scenes
on her walls were replaced by pictures of John Stockton, Karl Malone, and Jeff
Hornacek. She died reasonably content thanks to the Jazz. A little miffed,
however, that Chicago had a guy named Jordan.
He lived the American dream and helped others along the way. God bless
I've never beeen to the US or Utah, but I've been a Jazz fan since the 1990s. My
condolences to his family. God bless you, Larry.
Job well done Mr. Miller! You did so much for countless! I am so greatfull for
the change fo the better you have given UTAH! It is now your turn to rest!
Godspeed until we meet again! Miller Family- Greg, PLEASE don't let
your father down... PLEASE LOVE the people and UTAH just like your loving father
did! Stay simple! You're father built this impire for you to watch over.... make
him proud! DON'T LET IT GO TO YOUR HEAD! Your loving dad NEVER did!
I happened to be in SL this past weekend from Idaho and received the sad news
about Larry Miller. My Goodness!! what a man! I think the most impressive
thing I kept hearing was how he was a man of the people. He never forgot that
and they will never forget him. To his family: Thank you for helping him to
the pedestel that he belonged on. It's always a sacrifice to stand behind a man
of his caliber, and each of you deserves the same gratitude and praise as he
does. I think he would agree with that. May God bless you as you assume new
roles and responsibilites. And may your hearts always be tender when thinking
wery sad for larry
We miss you, Larry. Thanks for everything you did for our community.