Greg Miller

Vice Chair, Board

at the Larry H. Miller Company

Greg Miller is Vice Chair of the Larry H. Miller Company Board of Directors. He has served in various positions within the Miller organization since its 1979 inception, including as CEO from 2008 to 2015 and as a Trustee since 2012. Greg’s entrepreneurial spirit has generated success in diverse industries through the years, the most recent of which being his acquisition and merger of two packaging businesses into a regional leader now known as Snowline Packaging Solutions.

Greg serves on the Utah Water Ways Board, the Utah Highway Patrol’s Honorary Colonel Association, and the Sutherland Institute Board of Trustees. Past engagements include the Utah Office of Tourism Advisory Board, the Executive Partner Group of Solamere Capital, and the N.B.A. Board of Governors. He is also the founder and curator of the Land Cruiser Heritage Museum in Salt Lake City, which displays more than one hundred Toyota Land Cruisers.

Committed to enriching the lives of others, Greg and his wife, Heidi, have established several foundations including the Sherry Black Foundation, whose mission is to create safer communities by facilitating criminal justice investigations.

Time with family is a cherished priority for Greg and Heidi, proud parents of six children, with more than a dozen grandchildren expanding the family further. Close to home, they enjoy exploring the Wasatch Mountains or working on their ranch in southeastern Utah, and in 2020, Greg and several of the children summited the highest point in each of Utah’s 29 counties. Farther afield, in 2018, Greg led the first group to drive a single vehicle on all seven continents as well as the first successful traverse of the long axis of Greenland’s ice cap.

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