Glendale City Council Appoints 30 Member Memorial Committee

GLENDALE–The City Council appointed a 30-member committee Tuesday to develop a memorial recognizing "man’s inhumanity to man." Giving more specific direction to the committee than it had in the past–the council directed the committee to consider the Armenian Genocide–among other atrocities–in its deliberations.

"The issue that brings us to this threshold is the commemoration of the Armenian Genocide–and I think the committee has to address that," said Councilman Rafi Manoukian.

Members of the committee are: Ara Harounian–Father Joseph Shea of Holy Family Catholic Church–member of Glendale American Legion Post 127 Fred Whitaker–former PTA president Mary Boger–Zaven Sinanian–Chairman of Glendale chapter of Armenian National Committee Artin Manoukian–Rabbi Carol Meyer of Temple Sinai–Glendale Community College Board of Trustees member Armine Hacopian–Glendale Community College history Professor Levon Marashlian–Vice President of Volunteers Organized in Conserving the Environment Max Hobbs–Stepan Hovaginian–Architect of Glendale Police Headquarters Dick Kemp–Human Relations Coalition recording secretary Odalis Suarez–Publisher of Armenian newspaper California Courier Harout Sassounian–member of Glendale Water and Power Commission Scott Schaffer–Linda Burns–member of the Filipino-American Business Assn. Grace Walker–Vahik Gourjian–Human Relations Coalition secretary Loretta Novak–school district employee Wanda Dorn–attorney Albert Abkarian–Khaled Soliman–first Vice President of Human Relations Coalition Carol Sussman–Co-Founder of Armenian Youth Cultural Organization Ardashes Kassakhian–director of local organization programming of Charter Communications Berdj Karapetian–former News-Press "Woman of Achievement" Iva Carrico–president of Downtown merchants Assn. Leslyn Ray–field representative for Assemblyman Dario Frommer (D-Glendale) Armond Agajhani–school board member Greg Krikorian–and Richard Guerrero.

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