Larry “L.W.” Weldon Miller
HYRUM – Cache Valley entrepreneur and enterprise chief Larry “L.W.” Miller handed away on the age of 83 on Sunday, December 13, 2020. Miller established the L.W. Miller Transportation firm and took part in a number of different enterprise ventures all through Northern Utah. He established Miller Transport with two of his cousins in 1965 earlier than leaving to start his personal trucking firm in 1982 with 4 workers and two vehicles. That firm grew to make use of tons of of vehicles and workers, together with a number of different spin-off companies.
These companies embody diesel restore services in North Salt Lake and Tremonton, comfort shops, a transportation heart and a brand new, massive bay automotive wash. His different enterprise ventures embody used automotive seller Utah Carzz, beginning Northern Utah Auto Public sale, partnering in business warehouses, operating a livestock brokerage agency and operating a big dry farm. In keeping with his obituary, as a younger boy Miller grew up engaged on the household farm and whilst current as this fall by no means missed a possibility to be on the farm throughout harvest time.
His work ethic and enterprise success had been acknowledged a number of instances by numerous organizations, together with the Small Enterprise Administration Entrepreneurial Success Award in 1994 and in 2000 was the Grasp Entrepreneur Award Winner for Utah.
Miller can be recognized for his service on a number of foundations and boards, together with the Cache Chamber of Commerce, Utah Trucking Affiliation, Rotary Membership of Logan, American West Heritage Society, Sunshine Terrace Basis, Utah State College Basis Board, the Outdated Primary Society, and the Logan Regional Hospital Board. He was additionally instrumental in serving to to ascertain the Intermountain Gossner Most cancers Heart and the Cache Valley Coronary heart Clinic at Logan Regional Hospital.
A celebration memorial will likely be held on Saturday, December 19 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the L.W. Transportation Heart at 1050 West 200 North in Logan. In lieu of flowers, the Miller household suggests making a contribution to the Cache Valley for Hope Cancer Foundation.