Gail Miller

News and information about businesswoman, philanthropist and former owner of the Utah Jazz Gail Miller

How can Utahns help Ukrainian refugees? A humanitarian effort to help people fleeing war-ravaged Ukraine is underway.
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The Deseret News and Hinckley Institute of Politics asked Utahns — regardless of their personal political affiliation — which one of the two they most identify with.
Some rooms inside select Latter-day Saint temples will now be convertible, creating the flexibility to meet the needs of the members attending on a given day.
Quarterback Gary Sheide opens up about playing for LaVell Edwards, his decision to commit to the Cougars, and how that decision changed his life.
Updates from the tragic mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, which took the lives of 19 students and two teachers.
From Columbine to Robb Elementary, the list of mass murders, many at schools, seems endless. America must set aside political differences and confront this national defect head on.
“We’re turning our attention to new horizons,” the chairwoman of the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies said during Thursday Silicon Slopes Summit in Salt Lake City.
First the Utah Jazz, now the auto dealerships. The Larry H. Miller Group of Companies, owned by the late Larry H. Miller’s wife, Gail Miller, and her family, announced the latest move toward diversifying the businesses’ portfolio.
Shelter the Homeless, the nonprofit that owns the homeless centers, announced Wednesday that their Home4Change campaign to match the $10 million, dollar-for-dollar Larry H. and Gail Miller Family Foundation grant has reached that milestone.
Utah’s 2021 legislative session in Salt Lake City marked milestones in investments in affordable housing and sweeping changes to the homeless governance system.
Prominent philanthropists and legislative leaders announced that $50 million for affordable housing and homelessness initiatives set aside in the state budget will be multiplied to $730 million through community donations and investments.
The Road Home, which operated Salt Lake City’s downtown homeless shelter before it shuttered last year and now operates the 300-bed Men’s Resource Center in South Salt Lake and the Midvale Family Shelter, will now operate the Gail Miller Resource Center.
After much “soul searching” and discussion, family determined selling franchise was the right decision.
Larry Miller — and by extension, the Miller family — were the Utah Jazz. You could not think of one without the other.
Qualtrics CEO Ryan Smith and Ashley Smith will purchase majority interest in the Jazz and affirmed a commitment to Utah and Salt Lake City during the press conference.
“We believe in treating all people with courtesy and respect as human beings ... no one wins when respect goes away.”
Round three of 5 million mask project in need of more help.
Gail Miller didn’t hesitate to become a sponsor of the Sterling Scholar Awards.
You know the Millers as the owners of the movie theaters you might frequent, the car dealerships you may have visited and, perhaps most notably, the professional basketball team that as of Thursday night had won 20 of its past 22 games.
Utah Jazz owner Gail Miller and her family on Thursday vowed to match up to $10 million in donations for the three new homeless shelters in Salt Lake County slated to open in June 2019 — but not for the brick and mortar.