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Ara Boyajian posted a condolence
Tuesday, June 11, 2019Nerses and his close friends Garen and Joe were 16-17 years old. One sunny summer day they came to me and asked for my help to drive them to Mt Pleasant and Eglinton area. I said sure, but wanted to know if I had to just drop them off. No, They they needed me to be with them for two hours and then drive them back home. They also wanted me to be discrete with their request. The three musketeers set in my car, and I drove them to a chicken wings restaurant on Mt Pleasant. Soon it became clear that Nerses had entered into a competition to determine who would eat most chicken wings in a single sit in. Nerses was challenging the front runner who had 64 wings, and whose name was on the board in big letters. I was amused of the adventure Nerses was up to, bit worried, but went along. I inquired if he had a plan, and Garen and Joe assured me that they had researched and know exactly what to do. Nerses got to 40 with absolutely no difficulty. After that, he needed our encouragement and cheers. When he got to 50, more people had surrounded us, and the place became noisy and exciting. Nerses was “conquering” one chicken wing at a time, with courage and determination ... until he got to 59. He was so close to his goal, but obviously was in discomfort. I did not know whether to encourage him to continue or to stop. I had an obligation to make sure that this would not impact negatively on him. I really wanted to drive them home safe and sound! After my advise to stop, Nerses threw in two more, got to 61, ... and then he threw in the towel! He came second, but in the eyes of his support team, he was first. On the way home, while we were discussing the adventure, Nerses was humorous enough to ask me: “Amo, I am hungry, can we stop for a hamburger ?” Typical Nerses ... I took the Glendon Campus exit off Bayview, and went down through the rounding road to the parking lot, when Nerses threw up. He felt bad, but I was happy his stomach was clearing up. I was relieved we got home safe and sound. Nerses had crossed out one of the to do items in his bucket list. Nerses, your memory will stay with us forever. Rest In Peace.
Kim Lucas & Jake Dwhytieplanted a tree in memory on Monday, June 10, 2019.
Monday, June 10, 2019Remembering Nerses and his positive and infectious energy.
Rabieh corban posted a condolence
Monday, June 10, 2019Dear Joseph and Family Again, words are not able to express the deep sorrow we feel, for the demiss of the beloved Nerses, Lord grant U patience and power to endure and face the situation Our deepest condolences to all Sanassians and friends. May Lord bless His Soul
Liza and John Culligan lit a candle
Sunday, June 9, 2019
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Saturday, June 8, 2019
Saad and Diana Dahdouh posted a condolence
Saturday, June 8, 2019May all the Angels keep you company and may You have eternal life. We know you are with our lord and saviour and we will always have good memories of you and your family . You will always be in our prayers and we know you will pray for all of us too
Marc posted a condolence
Friday, June 7, 2019God allowed us to walk amongst one of his angels for some time. We were lucky to have known him and felt his love. But God had a greater need for him in heaven...