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Born August 16, 1931 in Farmington, Utah, to Elijah Binam Gregory and Julia Ellen Tree, their 7th child. She graduated from the University of Utah with a bachelors degree in music. She married Robert Harmon McLloyd Killpack in the Salt Lake Temple on December 29, 1952. She has four children: Robert Gregory Killpack, David Gregory Killpack, Julia Ellen Killpack Garlick, and Jennifer Killpack Jones. Dorothy and her brother, Herold L. Gregory, sang in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir for many years. On one occasion the choir sang her song, "Woman...to be Loved," on their weekly broadcast. Dorothy has been a winner of the LDS Hymn contest multiple times. She is loved dearly by her family and her extended family and friends!
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Lyrics: The world can be a lonely place For a girl who's used to a different face, For one who came from a home so rare And is homesick for her Father there. Where on earth is a man to compare, One with that same Heavenly flare? One in whom she can believe and trust to follow where he leads. Someone with whome she can walk, Who will listen when she talks; One who will make her think of Him and make the mem'ry not so dim; A man who is kindred soul and friend With qualities of the finest blend; Whose presence is full of strength and spirit, a privilege dear to just be near it. To dind him here would make her sigh, like hearing a distand lullabye; To see his face and noble brow Would make her glad to be here now. It must be part of the grand design To have come across such a tremendous find; Like striking gold that's good and true, Such as the Daddy she has found in you. How blessed to have found a father here who reminds her of that Father there; Oh I know now why fathers are, So Heavenly won't seem quite so far. Words by Heidi Roylance Killpack
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