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Miss. Altun Agavni Demirjian (1947-2023) Funeral Announcement.

Miss. Altun Agavni Demirjian  (1947-2023)
 Funeral Announcement




Miss. Altun Agavni Demirjian
(Gemerek 1947 – Los Angeles 2023)

Survived By, 

 Her Brother: Mr. & Mrs. Parsegh and Nazan Demirjian
(Parsegh Demirjian , Former member of OIA Board of Directors)
Her Sister: Mr. & Mrs. Hrach and Vartuhi Chakiryan
Her  Brother-In-Law: Mr. Kazaros Kesenci
Her Aunt: Mrs. Yester Sakaryali and Daughter: Miss. Vartuhi
Her Uncle: Mr. & Mrs. Yervant and Arsaluys Gulmez
(Buenos Aires)
Her Cousin: Mr. & Mrs. Raffi and Shake Nizamian
and Their Children
(Raffi and Shake ,Former members of OIA Cultural Com

            Her Nephews:
Mr. & Mrs. Berc and Lusin Kesenci and Their Children
Mr. & Mrs. Nuran and Jbid Kesenci and Their Children
Mr. & Mrs. Ari and Olga Demirjian and Their Children
(Ari Demirjian , Former member of OIA Scholarship)
Mr. & Mrs. Aras and Tina Demirjian and Their Children
Her Niece:
Miss. Ani Chakiryan
Extended Families:
Demirdogen, Yurtgulu, Kesenci, Gulmez. Tuzuturk, Polat, Yildiz, Kalayci, Nizamian,
Ishanian, Yelyanoglu, Aghbalyan, Kalustian, Furga, Seranosyan, Gullap, Gurgen, Sucu,  Cucun, Tokat and Uykan
Dear friends and extended families



Funeral Services will be held
On Saturday , December 9, 2023 at 9:30 AM
at St. Peter Armenian Apostolic Church
17231 Sherman Way, Van Nuys, CA 91406

Followed by Internment Services
at Oakwood Memorial Park
22601 Lassen St. Chatsworth, CA. 91311



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

Donations in her memory be made to:

Organization of Istanbul Armenians

(pay online) to OIA.
Friends of Armenia

Contact:  Mr. Parsegh Demirjian (818)  427 4340



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

Mr. & Mrs. Parsegh and Nazan Demirjian and Family

Mr. & Mrs. Hrach and Vartuhi Chakiryan and Family

Mr. Kazaros Kesenci  and Family

Mrs. Yester Sakaryali and Family

Her  family, relatives and friends.
Praying for her departed soul.

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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