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Moving service for Delfonics singer Randy Cain

Bunny Sigler sang his version of “The Lord’s Prayer” Saturday morning at the funeral of Delfonics singer Randy Cain at the Christ Baptist Church in Burlington. Wilbert and William Hart with whom Cain formed the legendary Philly soul group at Overbrook High in the 1960s were among family and freinds at the memorial service as were record producer/songwriter Kenny Gamble and entertainment attorney Kevon Glickman. The service was led by Rev. Frederick C. Johnson, who once sang with the group. Cain died April 9 at his Maple Shade home. He was 63. For more on Cain and his memorial service, check out Elmer Smith's column today.

Moving service for Delfonics singer Randy Cain

Bunny Sigler sang his version of “The Lord’s Prayer” Saturday morning at the funeral of Delfonics singer Randy Cain at the Christ Baptist Church in Burlington. Wilbert and William Hart with whom Cain formed the legendary Philly soul group at Overbrook High in the 1960s were among family and freinds at the memorial service as were record producer/songwriter Kenny Gamble and entertainment attorney Kevon Glickman. The service was led by Rev. Frederick C. Johnson, who once sang with the group. Cain died April 9 at his Maple Shade home. He was 63. For more on Cain and his memorial service, check out Elmer Smith's column today.

Pictured here from left are Glickman, Wilbert Hart, William Hart and Cain's sons Randy Cain IV and Garratt Cain standing behind a photo of the late Cain.

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