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We mourn the untimely passing away of Hermine (Nalbandian) Sakadjian and convey our heartfelt condolences to her husband Arakel Sakadjian and their son Bartev and their daughter Arpi Roach, as well as her mother Elise (Vorperian) Nalbandian. May her soul rest in peace.  
 
We mourn the untimely passing away of Hermine (Nalbandian) Sakadjian and convey our heartfelt condolences to her husband Arakel Sakadjian and their son Bartev and their daughter Arpi Roach, as well as her mother Elise (Vorperian) Nalbandian. May her soul rest in peace.  
  
Hermig was a renowned pharmacist in Addis Ababa and was a talented musician in her own right. Together with the rest of her family, she kept the Armenian church choir going - with her singing and playing the organ.
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Hermig was a renowned pharmacist in [[Addis Ababa]] and was a talented musician in her own right. Together with the rest of her family, she kept the Armenian church choir going - with her singing and playing the organ.
  
 
Her father, Maestro Nerses Nalbandian, led the Armenian Church choir.  She used to rehearse on a regular basis over a number of months at her home with friends, and later would perform at the Ararat Club before very well-attended audiences.
 
Her father, Maestro Nerses Nalbandian, led the Armenian Church choir.  She used to rehearse on a regular basis over a number of months at her home with friends, and later would perform at the Ararat Club before very well-attended audiences.

Revision as of 17:22, 12 November 2012

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Birth name Hermine Nalbandian
Death year 2012
Languages Armenian, English
Ethnicities Armenian
Dialects Western Armenian
Children Bartev Sakadjian, Arpi Roach

We mourn the untimely passing away of Hermine (Nalbandian) Sakadjian and convey our heartfelt condolences to her husband Arakel Sakadjian and their son Bartev and their daughter Arpi Roach, as well as her mother Elise (Vorperian) Nalbandian. May her soul rest in peace.

Hermig was a renowned pharmacist in Addis Ababa and was a talented musician in her own right. Together with the rest of her family, she kept the Armenian church choir going - with her singing and playing the organ.

Her father, Maestro Nerses Nalbandian, led the Armenian Church choir. She used to rehearse on a regular basis over a number of months at her home with friends, and later would perform at the Ararat Club before very well-attended audiences.