Gail Miller inducted into University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business Hall of Fame

Gail Miller, owner and co-founder of Larry H. Miller Company, was recently inducted into the David Eccles School of Business Hall of Fame, two decades after her late husband’s induction.

The company was established by the Millers in 1979, with the purchase of their first automobile dealership in Murray. More than four decades later, the Utah-based company has a diversified portfolio of businesses and investments across the United States. The Miller family is the former owner of the Utah Jazz.

David Eccles School of Business Dean Rachel Hayes described Gail Miller as “a true pillar of Utah’s economic and community landscape.”

According to Hayes, Gail Miller’s induction to the business school’s hall of fame is in recognition of her impact on the business school, the University of Utah and the state as a whole, according to a press release.

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