St. James Armenian Church and Holy Trinity Armenian Church Men’s Club Host Joint Dinner Meeting


WATERTOWN — On Monday, December 5, there will be a joint St. James Armenian Church and Holy Trinity Armenian Church’s Men’s Club dinner meeting at the St. James Charles Mosesian Cultural and Youth Center in Watertown. The speaker will be Steven Migridichian, Certified Public Geologist, whose work has been primarily in the petroleum and environmental service industry. His presentation topic will be a current perspective of the Environmental Industry.about-us-325x246

Migridichian has been in the petroleum and environmental service industry since 1983. Starting with AMOCO Production Company in New Orleans as an exploration geologist, he compiled and prepared geological and geophysical data to produce a map of oil-bearing deposits highlighting potential unmapped reserves of oil and gas.

In 1984, Migridichian was employed by Zecco, Inc. in Northborough, Mass. as a project hydrogeologist, where he managed the company’s spill response releases, underground storage tank sites, property transactions, remediation of soil and groundwater, and litigation support for major oil and convenience store chains throughout New England.

Since 1986, Migridichian has been employed by CEA in a variety of positions and now serves as the Executive Vice President.  He obtained licensure as a Certified Professional Geologist license from the American Institute of Professional Geologist and in three other states.

As a result of his efforts, he has worked on and successfully closed out petroleum spill sites throughout most of the eastern United States. CEA has achieved contractual approval status with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, and his leadership has positioned CEA to be a premier environmental service firm in Central Massachusetts.

This joint St James and Holy Trinity Men’s Club meeting will begin with a social hour and mezza at 6:15 p.m. and dinner at 7 p.m. The location is St James Armenian Church, Charles Mosesian Cultural and Youth Center – Keljik Hall, 465 Mt. Auburn St.

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