President & Sister Dymock, both natives of Utah, are honored to be serving as Mission President and Wife of the Washington, Spokane
Mission. President Dymock is a native of St John, Utah; and Sister Dymock grew up in Kamas, Utah. They are the parents of five children, and 11 grandchildren. Their four oldest children are all married and their youngest is serving a mission in the Argentina, Neuquen Mission.
The Dymocks moved from Paradise, Utah, which is south of Logan. They have also lived in the Portland, Oregon area and Randolph, Utah, where President Dymock was employed for Church Education System.
He taught in both Seminary and Institute, and served in administrative assignments for 34 years. He earned his B.S. in Business Education from Utah State University (USU); and an M.S. in Business Management from Marylhurt College (Oregon). Sister Dymock was a full-time mother
for 27 years. She recently finished her B.S. degree, and M.S. degree in Marriage and Family Therapy – both at USU.
Their hobbies include hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, and gardening. President loves to ski with his two sons, and Sister Dymock enjoys writing. Their children live in Nebraska, Mexico, Argentina, and Utah. Together the family has served missions in Canada, Bulgaria, Korea, Latvia, two in Brazil, Georgia (USA), and Chile. Their grandchildren range in age from 4 months – 11 years. Yes, that makes 11 children age 11 and under!