Deacon Levon Cepkinian (1945-2024) Funeral Announcement.


Deacon Levon Cepkinian (1945-2024)
 Funeral Announcement.


Deacon Levon Cepkinian
(Istanbul  August 6, 1945 –
Los AngelesJanuary 19, 2024)

Survived by:

His wife Lusvart Cepkinian 

His son Dr. and Mrs. Vahan and Susie Cepkinian and their children, Miranda and Julia

His daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pierre and Jibit Cinar and their children, Lara and Liana 

His sister-in-law Nivart Cepkinli (Istanbul, Turkey)

His nephew Dr. and Mrs. Avedis and Serra Cepkinli and their children, Alara and Masis (Istanbul, Turkey)

His niece Mari Düvenci and her children, Aren and Lara (Istanbul, Turkey)

Mr. and Mrs. Puzant and Angel Yurtgülü (Istanbul, Turkey)

Mr. and Mrs. Sarkis and Siran Açık and their children (Istanbul, Turkey)

Ovsanna Mouquet and her children (France)

Extended family: Cepkinli, Karoglu, Inceci, Kiymaz, Sarımığdes, Yağan, Bekar, Değirmenci, Cinar, Guevjehizian, Filipian, Zorlu, Aflasoglu, and Saini families



Funeral Services will be held 
on Tuesday February 6, 2024 10:00 am
St. Peter Armenian Apostolic Church

Internment service
at Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills
6300 Forest Lawn Drive
Los Angeles CA 90068


It is the wish of the family that in Lieu of Flowers,

Donations in his memory be made to:

Organization of Istanbul Armenians
also (pay online) to OIA.
St. Peter Armenian Apostolic Church
Ararat Home of Los Angeles 


Contact: Mrs. Jibit Cinar 818.395.0778



On behalf of the Organization of Istanbul Armenians Board of Trustees,
Executive,  and all the committees, we convey our heartfelt condolences to

Mrs. Lusvart Cepkinian 

Dr. and Mrs. Vahan and Susie Cepkinian and their children,

Mr. and Mrs. Pierre and Jibit Cinar and their children,

His  family, relatives and friends.
Praying for his departed soul


 The OIA Mission

The Organization of Istanbul Armenians of Los Angeles, a 501(c) charitable organization, was established in 1976 to preserve the Armenian heritage, traditions, and culture through its literature, education, sports, and other benevolent methods. Support our mission with your donation today.

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  1. Reply
    Hirant Rakijian says

    Levon shall be missed for his great humor and lyric tenor voice with his very touching solos during holy services and his specialty the E Verin Yerusaghem.
    We were all shocked about his very untimely departure from us. May he rest in peace.

  2. Reply
    Kirkir Culhaoglu says

    Dear Levon
    God rest yoursoul peace
    we will always remember tyou

  3. Reply
    Jenny Kazarian says

    Ou will always be remembered. May u rest in peace Kerhayr! 🙏🏼

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