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Mr. Vasgan Solakian

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“Dear Vasgan will be missed. Loved his great smile. Our sincerest sympathies to you Rose, Marc &amp; Scott from my whole family.<br /> ”
1 of 8 | Posted by: Alice Kalustian - Northridge, CA

“Our sincerest sympathies go out o Rose and her family. We know that Vasgan's passing is such a sad thing for the family, but we do know he will...Read More »
2 of 8 | Posted by: Darlen & Fred Welch - CA

“My cousin Vasgan had been in my life since we were children and it is sadness to lose him as he had a most productive life and was always full of...Read More »
3 of 8 | Posted by: margo Darderian Lapides - NY

“My sincerest condolences to Rose, Scott, and Marc. He was a great man, and he will be missed dearly. ”
4 of 8 | Posted by: Mike Mehterian - Frisco, TX

“Vasgan was a very dear friend to our family, he was infact the best-man in our wedding. He will be always rememberd dearly with his big smile on his...Read More »
5 of 8 | Posted by: Bernice Mehterian - Frisco, TX

“Our very deep condolences to our Dear sister Rose and her sons Scott and Marc! with big hugs Bernice Mehterian And Family ”
6 of 8 | Posted by: Bernice Mehterian - Frisco, TX

“Vasgan was such a great guy, fantastic sense of humor and a great smile always, he will be remembered and missed. ”
7 of 8 | Posted by: Brian Shahbaghlian - Northridge, CA

“Rose, Scott and Mark, I am so sorry, Vasgan was a great guy with a terrific sense of humor. May God be with you all. You are in my prayers, Mary ”
8 of 8 | Posted by: mary sarkisan - newtown square, PA


Vasgan Solakian, 87, born on November 3, 1929 in Detroit, Michigan, passed away May 6, 2017. He resided in Valley Village, California at the time of his passing. He is survived by his wife Rose, sons Scott & Marc and grandchildren Natalia & Anthony.... and many nieces and nephews.
He will last in our lives forever.

"But try to remember that a good man can never die. You will see your father many times again - in the streets, at home, in all the places of the town. The person of a man may go, but the best part of him stays. It stays forever."
William Saroyan