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Dr Gillian Warson writes:

THE significant contribution that Fred Kaan, who died on 4 October, aged 80, made to 20th-century hymn-writing stemmed from the universal appeal of his unique message of peace and unity. He was a warm-spirited and enthusiastic individual with a gift for making everyone feel loved and appreciated.

He had many interests and enthusiasms and, until Alzheimer’s disease and later cancer clouded his life, he enjoyed jazz, ...

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