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Published: Wednesday, Oct. 31 2012 8:00 p.m. MDT

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Cedar City, UT

:( Sad. God bless the family.

Salt Lake City, UT

Breaks my heart to hear this. So sorry for the family, but glad that they found this gentleman so there can be some sort of closure.

Franklin, IN

Death is always hard but it sounds like he died doing what he enjoyed and got to take his little buddy with him.

Just hope suffering was minimal.

Huntsville, UT

My sincere condolences to the family.

Cedar Hills, UT

This is a really sad story. The man obviously loved to walk his dog in a beautiful place and things like this just tend to happen sometimes. Very sad. Thoughts and prayers to the family.


my condolences to the family.

Orem, UT

Heart-breaking. My condolences as well.

Ogden, UT

My condolences to the family. At least they now have closure, knowing what happened to their loved one.

Salt Lake City, UT

Having been involved in the search over the weekend I had the privelege of meeting members of his family, they are special people. Even though we all held out hope Fritz would be found alive, this breaks my heart and I send my condolences to the family. I agree with indycrimson, that he died while doing something he loved and with his buddy, Odin. He can now be reunited with his wife who passed before him. God Speed Mr. Helland --

sid 6.7
Holladay, UT

I was hoping for a better turn out. So sad.

May god bless and keep the Helland family during this their time of need.

May Mr.Helland and Odin Rest In Peace.

God Speed to you both.

Utah Girl
Vernal, UT

Condolences to the family and friends of this man. I was hoping he would be found alive, but I'm glad that he was found so that you can lay him to rest and honor his memory. It is hard to part with our parents...mine are both gone now...but to have it happen in this way would be very hard.

Prayers and hugs from our family to yours.

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