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Published: Friday, Oct. 24 2008 1:00 a.m. MDT

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Shawilli

I am sure that I join with countless thousands of others throughout Utah in expressing a complete recovery for Larry Miller. I shall pray for his recovery as a diabetic myself I know firsthand many of the serious challenges and difficulties that Larry faces with this serious chronic disease. May God bless and strenghten him and his family as they endure the side effects of this disease.
Shaun Williams - Phoenix

Laynerr

Hang in there L-Mill!! Get Well soon!! No fun watching from the cheap seats!!

Roy

Larry, I know what you are going through as it happened to me in March and I am still on the road to recovery. I go to tialysis 3x week for 5 hours a session. My stroke has caused much memory loss and I am still in a rehabilitation center. I tell you these things so that you know you are not alone in your suffering. I need not tell you that there are thousands of people here in the valley with you in their prayers. Stay strong emotionally young man and NEVER give up hope, and I know that is hard but it is important. Smile and be well, Roy

Skippy

Larry, our thoughts and prayers our with you. You have done so much good for the community.

Go Jazz

I hope that Larry gets better soon, What a long journey that he has been on I know that his son will do a good job with taking over the Jazz That has got to be some burdens off of his dad, Get Well Go Jazz on to another winning season

RS

Larry, I miss you on the radio.

Anonymous

Larry you are the best. Are thoughts and prayers are with you always. Thanks for all you do for us poor people.

God Bless

Wishing Larry a speedy recovery.

Good Luck Larry and God Bless!!

RE: Laynerr

L-Mill? Just doesn't have the same ring as D-Will. Stick with Mr. Miller, Larry, Larry Miller, etc. L-Mill just doesn't cut it.

John S.

Larry,

My prayers are with you and your family.

Quincy Street Neighbor....

Faith and Prayers are with you Larry and Gail as you endure yet another trial in your life. May our Father in Heaven continue to Bless each of you at this time. Even though the connection hasn't been there for many, many years (1957)our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. You are a True Anchor in our Valley. God Bless!!!

BORN IN SOCCER LAND

Seor Miller,
It looks like youre in the playoffs, but you have home advantage, what would you scream? NOT IN OUR HOME!
Keep fighting, dont give-up, your familys prayers and love will heal you!!! This has to be Utah Jazz year, we need you in the locker room once in a while, and many years to come.
Be LHM, be positive, our prayers are with you!

Anonymous

This is what happens to you if you don't take care of yourself.

i hope this is a wake up call Mr. Miller

Sandy Dad

Best Wishes Larry. I hope you feel better and heal fast. I miss seeing you on the sidelines.

RE: Born in Soccor Land

LOL, don't you know Larry Miller hates Dave Checketts and soccer? That isn't even considered a sport by the majority in America!

Herb Gravy

Has anyone told Mr. Miller about "totally" alkalizing his body and increasing his glutathione levels? Certainly couldn't hurt and may prove to be very helpful to him.

Re; Herb Gravy

"totally" alkalizing your body will lead to serious health problems. Osteomyelitis is best treated with a long course of antibiotics to prevent sepsis.
Total alkalization certainly could hurt.

Anonymous

Just goes to show, we all have our achilies heel, our trials, luckly in this, but not in that.

James J.

I hope Mr. Miller has a rapid recovery...I have a feeling that Larry Miller Enterprises is suffering more than he is since the majority of his enterprise is reliant on a good and robust economy. LME is not recession proof!

MoJules

Sadly, many of us realize at a later age that health and weight are going to catch up with us. I am not going to fault Mr. Miller for the if's and the why's, I will wish him the best. We are all slaves to something, it can be food, smoking, lack of exercise, gambling, pornography and so forth. When we give into addictions, they are hard to break away from, I see people who are on oxygen still smoking. Instead of judging and being rude, we need to have more empathy, cause we eventually find ourselves in one of these situations. No one is perfect out there, and at age 54, 70 pounds overweight, I am starting to exercise, never to late.

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