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More about Dorothy Gregory Killpack:
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!
This began as an original piece, but someone suggested that Dorothy lengthen the piece so she created a medley of her song, Peace, I Leave with You, then Sweet is the Peace the Gospel Brings, Where Can I Turn for Peace, and returning to Peace, I Leave with You. When Dorothy retired from the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, they all sang this song to honor her. She sang in the choir for 10 years.
This song is very lovely for funerals as well.