Consigli Ruggerio Funeral Home

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Varujian "Charlie" Barsamian, 90,

   Varujian "Charlie" Barsamian, 90, of Ashland, passed away, August 5, 2014 in the Mary Ann Morse Healthcare Center in Natick. He was the husband of the late Martha (Vartabedian) Barsamian who passed away in 1987. He was born in Boston MA, son of the late Charles and Lousaper (Aprahamian) Barsamian and lived in Milford most of his life before moving to Ashland in 1953. He was a graduate of the Milford High School class of 1942. He was a World War II Army veteran. 
     Mr. Barsamian was a self-employed carpet installer in the local area retiring in 1980. He was the president of the Stan Kenton Fan Club in the Boston area.   He enjoyed all types of music and traveling.
   He was a communicant of the Trinity Episcopal Church in Milford.   
      He is survived by his children, Charles Barsamian and his partner Paul Tran both of CA, Karen Susinski of Ashland, one son-in-law Lynn Port of CA, five grandchildren, Jonathan Port and Gregory Port both of CA, Jennifer Susinski of Ashland, Erica and her husband Daniel White of North Brookfield, Leah Susinski of Ashland, two great-grandchildren, Ayden David White and Connor Varujian White both of North Brookfield . He was predeceased by his daughter Lorraine Port, his brothers and sister-in-laws Varas and his wife Alice Barsamian, Vartkas and his wife Serma Barsamian, and Vasken Barsamian. 
         The funeral will be held Friday, August 15, 2014 at 9 A.M. from the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home 46 Water St Milford Ma. A Celebration of life with Eucharistic will be held at 10 A.M in the Trinity Episcopal Church on 17 Congress St. in Milford 
     The burial will follow in the Vernon Grove Cemetery on Depot St in Milford.
     Calling hours will be held Thursday from 5 to 8 P.M.  

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With a smile that could light up any room, a laugh that was so infectious that you would offen not know why you were laughing with him, and the ability to make even a sardine sandwich look like something you needed to eat...I truly had the best Poppi-Pie ever! May you be with all that you loved and enjoying Nuna, her food and a sweet spin on the dance floor with her to your favorite Stan Kenton song. Forever Love your Jenna
Jennifer Susinski


LEAH SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. YOUR GRANDFATHER KNEW HOW MUCH YOU LOVED HIM. YOU ARE IN OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS.
ANN MARIE QUIST- GOULD & GEORGE GOULD


Leah and family, I'm sorry to here of the passing of your beloved Poppy...what a blessing it is to love and be loved in the way you all were with him, that is the greatest gift you can give one another. Take comfort in each other, in he way he would comfort you and know that love continues on as long as it is shared between you all. You're in my thoughts and prayers ♡
Danielle Wainwright


We loved watching Charlie mow the lawn. He was in his bliss gently cruising back and fourth, not a care in the world. Our kids were all sad when they heard Charlie had passed...they always felt free and safe wandering in Charlie's back yard..it was like the wild frontier, watched over by a sweet mild mannered king. We also loved hearing his eclectic mix of jazz over our fence. He will be missed. Our deepest sympathies for your loss.
The Handelman's


Our deepest sympathies to the Barsamian Families and Karen Susinski Families--- Have many fond memories we enjoyed at family gatherings.... May God help you through this difficult time---- We will miss Varuj-- "Big Time"--We share in your sadness, Cynthia Barsamian and Family
Cynthia Barsamian


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