Mar 222015
 

Thank you from the Bilezikjian family

Dear Friends and Family,

The Bilezikjian family wishes to acknowledge with deep appreciation the many expressions of love, kindness and support shown to us during the hours of our bereavement. May God Bless and Keep You!

It was John’s wish that his funeral reflect his deep commitment of his faith to God and Jesus Christ. As you know his parents & family were devote believers in family and the Armenian Traditions. So much so, that John and I decided that I should be baptized at St. James Armenian Church—it was a private ceremony with John as my Godfather.

I wish to thank all of you for your cards, letters, gifts, phone calls and donations. I was personally overwhelmed by the outpouring of people present at the Funeral Mass and also at the Hokehankist (40th day of passing).

John particularly wanted to have a dinner to honor his parents for the tenth year of their passing, but due to illness and limited funds we were unable to do it until now.

There is no way I could adequately show you my appreciation for everything you’ve done.

With love and sincere gratitude,

Helen Bilezikjian

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John Bilezikjian, Master Oudest

John Bilezikjian — February 1, 1948 to January 19, 2015

In Remembrance of John Bilezikjian

and in Loving Memory of
Alice Bilezikjian
Andrew Bilezikjian
Joseph (Joey) Whynaught

Hokehankist Requiem Service
March 15, 2015, 11:30 to 12:30 p.m.
St. James Armenian Apostolic Church
4950 W. Slauson Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90056
323-295-4588

Hokejast following Mass

Memorial Luncheon
Please bring your favorite dish.
Drinks and desert provided.

Speeches and Music

“Our heartfelt thank you goes out to all our supportive donors. Your contributions are much appreciated and will go a long way to help continue John’s musical legacy.”

John Bilezikjian Foundation

photo by Terry LaBelle Whitley

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