James Milo Landers1932 ~ 2012James Milo (Jim) Landers passed away on January 19, 2012 of cancer. Jim was born May 21, 1932 in Midvale, Utah to William and Mae Landers. He graduated from Jordan High in 1950. He began work at the Midvale Sentinel newspaper in 1947 as a "printer's devil." He served in the Army from 1952 to 1954, at both Fort Ord, CA as a cook and at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD as a printer. He received the Good Conduct Medal in 1954. After his discharge, he attended the University of Utah and went back to work at the Midvale Sentinel. On December 4, 1962, Jim married Jean Godfrey. She preceded him in death February 2, 2009. In 1972, Jim was named Editor and Co-Publisher of the Midvale Sentinel. He served as President of the Utah Press Association in 1978. He was elected to the Midvale City Council and served in that capacity for several years. Jim was proud of his hometown and wanted to be known as having "been born, lived, worked and died in Midvale." He was a man whose best friends were his family and he loved to spend an afternoon or evening in good conversation. His wife Jean was his partner in business as well as marriage and together they were a great team for 46 years. Jim is survived by daughter Susan Boswell (John), son Marty Landers (Shaunie), grandchildren Katie Hilton (William), Johnny (Natalie), Annie, Emily, and Caroline Boswell, Marty (Kim) and Megan Grant, Jessica and Jake Landers, great-grand-daughter Jocelyn Grant, and brothers Darwin and Kelvin Landers. The family wishes to thank Community Nursing Services and especially volunteer Mary for their compassionate care. An open house to remember Jim will be held on February 11, 2012, from 3-5 p.m. at the Landers home, 8267 S. Monroe St., Midvale. Interment, Midvale City Cemetery.