Condolence & Memory Journal

Nadine was so sad to hear about Larrys passing. I so enjoyed your dental visits he will be missed. Tina Ronquillo from Black StoneDental

Posted by A friend   June 19, 2017

He was a wonderful Home Teacher and was always willing to help with anything he could. He always had a smile and made me feel loved. He will be missed.

My love and prayers to Nadine and the family.

Posted by Eileen Squires - South Joran, UT   June 15, 2017

He was a joy to know and he will be missed.

Posted by Meghan Zorn - Salt Lake City, UT   June 15, 2017

Our family lived down the street from the Miller family. Their daughter Michelle and our daughter Robyn became life-long friends. It was a good place and a good time to raise a family. They were very kind and offered support to me when my husband Dick passed away. I had a short visit with Nadine and Larry a short time ago at the grocery store. Time, and nature seem to take a toll on our mortal bodies. I'm sure he is free of pain and suffering and enjoying a reunion with loved ones. To Nadine and girls I (we) offer our love and the knowledge we may all soon be together again. Who knows there may be a 2485 E or Sundown Ave in heaven. Till then, I send you my love and prayers. Marlys Brown
and family.

Posted by A friend   June 14, 2017

Posted by Robert Wagstaff    June 14, 2017

Posted by Robert Wagstaff    June 14, 2017

It was an honor to know this wonderful man and his family. The Millers were wonderful neighbors as I was growing up. I was so glad I was able to see him at the Butler 9th reunion last year. Truly a great man, husband, father and educator. To the whole Miller family, my thoughts and prayers are with you. What a joyous reunion it must have been for father and son.

Posted by Pam Marshall Gardiner - West Valley, UT   June 14, 2017