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Dora Dutson Flack

Dora Dutson Flack, American writer, performing artist, lecturer. Recipient numerous state and national writing awards, including Utah Arts Council, 1969, 73-75, 77, 80, 84, Bountiful Total Citizen award Utah Chamber of Commerce, 1993; named Bountiful's Citizen of Year Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Elks Lodge 2442, 1998.

Background

  • Flack, Dora Dutson was born on July 9, 1919 in Kimberly, Idaho, United States. Daughter of Alonzo Edmund and Iona (James) Dutson.

  • Career

    • Executive secretary Utah State National Bank, Salt Lake City, 1938-1946. Member literature panel Utah Arts Council, 1979-1981. Member faculty Brigham Young University Education Week, 1976-1983.

      Member faculty World Conference on Records, Salt Lake City, 1980.

    Works

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Mormon

    Views

    Human beings get salvation both through the grace of God and their own actions. Part of the work of salvation has been done by the atonement of Jesus Christ, in that all human beings are guaranteed resurrection, but to attain the full quality of eternal life, human beings also have work to do.

    Membership

    Member Utah Governor's Committee on Employment Handicapped, 1975-1981. Member League Utah Writers (Writer of Year award 1982), National League American Pen Women, Daughters Utah Pioneers.

    Connections

    • Married A. LeGrand Flack, January 7, 1946. Children: Marc Douglas, Lane LeGrand, Kent Dutson, Marlane, Karen, Marie.
    • father: Alonzo Edmund Dutson
    • mother: Iona (James) Dutson
    • spouse: A. LeGrand Flack
    • children: Marc Douglas Flack
    • Lane LeGrand Flack
    • Kent Dutson Flack
    • Marlane Flack
    • Karen Flack
    • Marie Flack
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    Born July 9, 1919
    Nationality
    • 1938 - 1946
      Executive, secretary Utah State National Bank
      Salt Lake City, Utah, United States