Dickranian School Benefactor LOS ANGELES — Laurel Dickranian Karabian, passed away on October 19. She was 60. She was born in Beverly Hills, to Archie and Eleanor Dickranian. She attended Beverly Hills High School and graduated cum laude[...]

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Samuel “Sam” Mirakian, 84, died in June. Souren “Sam” Mirakian was born at home in Cleveland, Ohio on October 5, 1929, the youngest of three children of Hovaness Tarkanian Mirakian originally from Malatia,[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — Very Rev. Raphael Andonian, the pastor of the Holy Cross Armenian Catholic Church of Belmont, died on the morning of April 6 after a short battle with cancer. Andonian, a member of the Mekhitarist Order in Venice,[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — Edward Nubar Guleserian of Belmont and Scituate died on October 7. He leaves his wife, Nancy (Aghaian); children Dr. Kristine Guleserian of Dallas and Michael Guleserian of Cambridge; sister Mary Bergoudian and many[...]

  FREDERICK, Md. — Aram Hagop Kalikian, 88, formerly of Cranston RI, died on July 1. Born on October 20, 1924, to Hagop (born in Agn, Turkey) and Haigouhi Artinian-Kalikian (born in Bucharest, Romania) he grew up in Bucharest, with[...]

LONGBOAT KEY, Fla. — Joyce (Juskalian) Kolligian, executive director of the Simmons Leadership Conference for the past 14 years, died on June 11 at the age of 76. She was the daughter of the late Mehran and Queenie (Tekmejian) Juskalian.[...]

WATERTOWN — Areka (Janikian) Der Kazarian of Watertown, survivor of the Armenian Genocide, passed away on May 18, 2013 at the age of 101. She was the wife of the late Harry Der Kazarian. She leaves her children Dr. Alan K. Der Kazarian[...]

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Helen Sahagian died on March 28. Born in Boston, in 1920, Helen Anahid was the youngest child of Nevart Artemis Zartarian and Sahag Krikor Sahagian of Sebastia, Historic Armenia. After graduating from Arlington High[...]

TYNGSBOROUGH, Mass. — Born in 1914 to parents Nazareth and Dikranouhi (Chilingirian) in the town of Gurin in the region of Sepastia (Sivas), Tatios would only know the hometown of his family and forbearers for a year or two. In 1915 and[...]

Champion of Women’s Studies By Paul Vitello NEW YORK (New York Times) — Dr. Mariam Chamberlain, who played a pivotal yet little-known role in establishing women’s studies in the American college curriculum, and financing early[...]

CHICAGO — Arsen Demerjian, an activist in the Chicago-Armenian community, succumbed to a heart attack on Tuesday, March 26, while visiting family in California. He was the second child of Roupen Demerjian (Yergat), a community activist[...]