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    Dottie Rambo, R.I.P.

    Gospel singer/songwriter Dottie Rambo, age 74, died early Sunday on a Missouri interstate when her tour bus ran off the road and hit an embankment. Her songs "We Shall Behold Him", "I Will Glory In The Cross" and "I Go To The Rock" have been recorded by artists such as Elvis Presley, Whitney Houston and Dolly Parton. I a career spanning five decades she published more than 2,500 songs.
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    Re: Dottie Rambo, R.I.P.

    I heard about it while at church on Sunday. It was a real shock. She's truly a legend and she'll be missed.

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