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Daphne Wales

Daphne Wales

DAPHNE WALES, who died on 20 March, aged 97, was a remarkable woman in what was still very much a man's world

Canon Professor Edward Bailey

THE concept of implicit religion has, since the late 1960s, informed and enriched both theology and the sociology of religion

The Revd David Philip Dunn Hugh Rees

The Revd David Philip Dunn Hugh Rees

THE Revd David Rees, who died on 15 January, aged 76, was born in Carmarthen, son of William Hugh Rees, a cleric who was Archdeacon of St Asaph in the early 1970s

Brian Couzens

Brian Couzens

BRIAN COUZENS, who died on 17 April, aged 82, after a short illness, was deservedly one of the legends of the classical-music recording business

Recollections

Canon Geoffrey Evans devoted the largest part of a long and faithful ministry to the diocese in Europe, and particularly to Turkey

Canon Geoffrey Bainbridge Evans

Canon Geoffrey Bainbridge Evans

TRAVEL and hospitality were the two great animating forces of the priesthood of Canon Geoffrey Evans, who died on 4 April, aged 80

Rosemarie Cockayne

Rosemarie Cockayne

ROSEMARIE COCKAYNE, who died on 3 February, was in her younger years a dancer of great distinction, and later a talented artist and designer

Sister Judith CHN

Sister Judith, who died on 16 February, aged 94, was professed in the Community of the Holy Name on 31 August 1950, the feast of St Aidan; and a love for the north-east remained with her all her life

The Very Revd Benjamin Hugh Lewers

THE Very Revd Ben Lewers was born 83 years to the day before he died, on 25 March, the feast of the Annunciation

Canon Dorrie Firmin

CANON Dorrie Eleanor Firmin, who died on Palm Sunday, 29 March, aged 95, was a remarkable person

Christine Phillis

Christine Phillis, who died on 22 February, aged 89, was a musician and teacher, and, for 73 years, an organist

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