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Published: Thursday, March 7 2013 3:28 p.m. MST

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TFUDD
SLC, UT

R.I.P. Larry. You left behind a great family and you raised them all well. Your Son Jon is one of my best buds and you were a great example for him. Thanks so much! It's experiences like these that make me so grateful to have the Gospel in my life. Isn't the Plan of Salvation great?

ralphieparker
SOUTH JORDAN, UT

The worth of a soul is great, and in this case uncountable and truly amazing. With an unbelievable zeal for his family first and serving fellowman (serving God) a close second Larry Madison is one of the great ones. Why is it that the ones that quietly go about making a real difference and helping the lives of others are so quickly and prematurely whisked away. Not only did he leave an increasing posterity, they all carry his indelible mark of quiet service, dedication, and love. I am a better man for having witnessed Larry and his life for over 20 years. Larry was not a good man, he was an amazingly great, generous, sincere, humble, loving, witty, dedicated and diligent man who will be missed by many and I am just one of those who witnessed his greatness from a distance. May God continue to bless and comfort your family. I am a better man for having known you.

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