This report makes me feel so sad! I remember I would sometimes run City Creek
Canyon on Sunday evenings, and I would see Larry and Gail Miller slowly walking
up the road. Larry looked so tired! I was tempted to say "Larry, retire
already," or "Mr Miller, you need to hang it up!" But I never did
because I thought perhaps this was their only opportunity to talk during the
week, and they deserved their privacy. I've always taken pride in
Larry's accomplishments being a fellow West alumnus. But, he should have
hanged it up earlier, and maybe things would have been different for both he and
his family. Anyway, this make me feel really bad. God bless.
There's a good chance that he could have taken his own life, otherwise
I'm sure his cause of death would have been stated. My condolences to his
FatherOfFourThe slippery slope starts at forty, use extreme caution
from here out!
This is extremely sad, and very thought provoking as well. This man was the same
age as me, not to put too fine a point on it. I hope the absolute best for his
family and their love.
The fact that details are not available at this time, makes one wonder. Had he
died in an accident or some medical condition, it would have been noted.
I'm afraid it may not turn out well.
At least he got to spend the last few months of his life doing what he loved
which was spending time the track and racing cars. May God comfort and bless his