Personal Space: Former Elvis

Music is the universal language

Worlds converged this year for Cary Malmrose, a senior programmer analyst with the Veterans Health Administration in Salt Lake City, who also sings baritone in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. 'I used to do a lot of Elvis tunes,' he says. 'When the choir sang at the Las Vegas Hilton, we didn't do any Elvis. But we brought down the house.'

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