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Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
Paul Huntsman and his sister, Christena Huntsman Durham, hug as associates of the Huntsman Cancer Institute and others applaud a concurrent resolution recognizing the life and legacy of Jon M. Huntsman Sr., the institute’s founder, on the House floor at the Capitol in Salt Lake City on Monday, Feb. 26, 2018. Huntsman died Feb. 2 at age 80. The resolution passed both the House and Senate unanimously.

Paul Huntsman and his sister, Christena Huntsman Durham, hug as associates of the Huntsman Cancer Institute and others applaud a concurrent resolution recognizing the life and legacy of Jon M. Huntsman Sr., the institute’s founder, on the House floor at the Capitol in Salt Lake City on Monday. Utah lawmakers shared personal stories and shed a tear or two in honoring the late industrialist/philanthropist. The House and Senate unanimously passed a resolution recognizing his legacy in business, cancer research and charitable giving. The resolution notes Huntsman refused to retreat in the face of adversity. "Talk about an understatement," said House Speaker Greg Hughes, R-Draper. "That's probably the most understated sentence we've ever put on a resolution."

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