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.
It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of our beloved husband, father, and grandfather Arkady Ovanessian on Sunday, August 14, 2016.
Varoujan Ekserdjian was born in Cairo, Egypt on December 14, 1923 and passed away on Thursday, August 4, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.
Varoujan Koundakjian was born on April 24, 1934 in Beirut, Lebanon to Vartan and Ovsanna Koundakjian, both survivors of the Armenian Genocide.
The ARF Western US Central Committee on July 9 announced the passing of one of the organization’s veteran members, community leaders and a long-time editor of Asbarez and a devoted ARF member, Unger Kristapor Pakradouni, who passed away on Friday, July 8.
On September 13, 1965, Armenian Mesrobian School, the nation’s first full-time Armenian elementary school opened its doors.
It can be said that 2015 was a monumental year for the Armenian Nation. The much anticipated centennial of the Armenian Genocide dominated our national agenda for most of the year
On June 15 the Armenian nation lost one its greatest sons. A man, who through his brilliance, humility, and honesty rose to become a symbol of generosity to the Armenian nation
The Armenian National Committee of America – Western Region proudly announced the official establishment of the Walter and Laurel Karabian Foundation for Public Policy.