Luacine CLark Fox was born in Washington, D.C., in 1914. Her parents were Joshua Reuben Clark Jr. and Luacine Annetta Savage. She was educated in public schools of Salt Lake City and attended high school in Mexico City. She first became interested in plays while working on “Haresfoot Players” in Mexico. Luacine first began writing plays for radio in 1939. She served in MIA on ward, stake and general boards. She married Orval C. Fox on June 17, 1936, they had three children. Luacine was well known in Salt Lake City for production of her own scripts. She is best remembered as the composer of the hymn "Love One Another."
Fox, Luacine Clark; Luacine Savage Clark Fox
LDS (member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints)