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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!
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This lyrics for this song were written by Heidi Roylance Killpack to be sung at her temple wedding.  Her mother-in-law, Dorothy Gregory Killpack wrote the music.

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Lyrics: As two in a holy bond of love, We ask thy grace and favor from above; This day we come and kneel before thee now Until that day before thy face we bow. Embark we now upon a sacred goal Until we mold into a perfect whole; May we be reflections of thy will And in holiness this covenant fulfill. Remind us Lord that tests thru mortal years Bring us strength for eternal spheres; Don't let us walk this chosen path alone, Help us return to thee as polished stone. Thy work and glory in us magnify, Eternal life will then be ours on high; Through prayer in thee we'll always confide So in our home thy spirit will abide. The you and I have now become a we. The bells that ring sound thru eternity. Thy power lend us as our binding key Until as one we ascend to Thee. This is our prayer, amen.
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