History of Larry H. Miller, Utah
Taken from the Utah History Encyclopedia. (Links Added)

Miller has also been involved in a number of other civic activities, including underwriting the estimated $320,000 cost for the first two years of an exchange program for faculty, staff, and students between the Utah Valley Community College and the Kiev College of Hotel Management in Ukraine. He also has sponsored a world-class fast-pitch softball team since 1980. His public service has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Utah Minute Man Award from the Utah National Guard in 1990, an honorary Doctor of Law degree from the University of Utah in 1991, and the Tourist Achievement Award from the Salt Lake Convention and Visitors Bureau in 1992. Larry Miller's athletic achievement awards include induction into the International Softball Hall of Fame on 16 August 1992 and installation into the Utah Athletes' Association Hall of Fame in November 1992.

Lorille Horne Miller

Larry H. Miller passed away February 20, 2009. Larry was diabetic and recently had both legs amputated just below the knees. See gravestone.
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