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Obituary: Ulala Dewsnup Mace

Ulala Dewsnup Mace 2/6/1916~7/27/2006 Cora Ulala Dewsnup Mace, age 90, passed away July 27, 2006 in Delta, Utah. Born Feb 6, 1916 in Oasis, Utah to Henry and Mary Jane "Molly" Williams Dewsnup. Married William B. Mace on Dec 14, 1936 in the Salt Lake Temple. Graduated Hinckley High School, attended B.A.C. (now CSUU). Beautician for 20 years. Worked along side her husband until his death in 1980. Served in many church callings: Primary teacher and presidency, MIA teacher and presidency; counselor and president of the Relief Society; stake Relief Society board; stake Primary board; MIA stake board; was called to serve a mission in both Provo and St. George Temples. She was a visiting teacher and loved to serve the Lord. Director of Pink Ladies in Fillmore and helped organize Pink Ladies in Beaver and Delta areas. Ulala loved to sew, quilt, crochet, knit, cook and paint. Shared her talents with those she loved. Her hands were always busy, and was always giving service to others. Most honored role was being wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Preceded in death by loving husband: William B. Mace; son: Brent L. Mace; and grandson: Michael Jeppson Mace. Survived by son: Marlow D (Sally) Mace, Fillmore; Myrna (Brent) Mace, Cedar City; Jane (Gene) Ekins, Hinckley; Reha (Jim) Gray, Beaver; 17 grandchildren; 58 great-grandchildren. Services: Monday, July 31, 11 a.m., in Fillmore 4th Ward. Friends call Sunday evening at Nickle Mortuary, Delta, 7-8 p.m., and Monday morning at church, 9:30-10:45 a.m. Burial Fillmore Cemetery.