After a brief illness, noted journalist and Armenian activist Dr. Nubar Berberian passed away on November 23. He was 94.
Photography and writing bring people together as was the case with Tom and me—he, a journalist/photographer, and me, a photo historian.
Thirty years on, we remember and honor Hagop Levonian, a great man, not only for his fate as a martyr, but also for the immeasurable contributions he made to the Armenian community in Australia and also in Lebanon.
Philanthropist Hasmig Bagdoyan Hovnanyan passed away on November 20 in Vahakni, Yerevan, Armenia.
Thomas (Tom) M. Vartabedian, an award-winning Haverhill Gazette writer-photographer for 50 years and Armenian community activist, died Saturday, November 12, with his loving family by his side following a courageous battle with cancer.
On the one year anniversary, a memorial service will be held for Sosik Khatchaturian, on Saturday, November 12, 2016, 11:30am, at St. Mary’s Armenian Church, 500 S. Central Ave., Glendale, California 91204.
A fortieth day memorial service will be held for KhajaK Gregorian, on Sunday, November 6, 2016, 1:30 p.m., at St. James Armenian Church, 4950 W. Slauson Ave., Los Angeles, CA.
The funeral will take place at Memorial Chapel, Rose Hills Cemetery, Whittier, California, on Friday, September 2, at 1pm.
This is an affirmation of a life. My friend and sometime intellectual mentor Kristapor (Seno) Pakradouni was called to his Maker.
Every child dreads this day. All my life I’ve thought about it and experienced relief when my father came home from work, from meetings, from Armenia.