Creed Law

Creed Law

Creed Law died Feb. 13 in St. George, Utah. He was 93. The following was provided by his family.

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our father and grandfather, Creed Law, in St. George, Utah, where he was visiting for the winter. One of the last of his generation often referred to as the “Greatest Generation,” our father exemplified many of the qualities of this generation.

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James Peck

Creed was a great guy. I have a couple of favorite stories about him. In the first we were talking about the newly built Jackson Town hall years ago. At the time, the upstairs was completely unfinished. Creed said, "it's a nice building, but I'm scared to death about whoever they're gonna put upstairs." How right he was

Every spring the police department used to auction off all the bikes that were turned in, presumably abandoned or stolen and left afield. Creed would go to buy bikes for Town Square Inns employees to use to get around town. After buying a particular bike I was interested in, Creed said to me, "I think this is the third year in a row I've bought this bike. And it's not the only one. Our employees tend to leave them lying around town, but this fundraiser goes to a good cause."

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