1932 ∼ 2020
Calos n de souza of Somerville mass wrote:
Nubar was a great man, great heart . He always talk with me about his experience he had with his mother , the experience he had with engenier, he was a kind of man that love to get envolved with everything, if you cook round him he is there evolved, many time he try to help other , Great man you are going to be missed
Lorraine Butler of Derry New Hampshire wrote:
I don't know you I'm so sorry to hear about your dad's passing he is now resting in peace may god be with you and your family you are all in my prays always remember the good times you had with him
Dolly Roney-Perez of TIMMONSVILLE SC wrote:
My love for you and his family. His strength is mirrored in each one of you and interpreted in such different ways. Although we know death is inevitable, we are never prepared, especially when it is a parent... I love you.
TED Liszewski of E FALMOUTH wrote:
HE WAS A GREAT GUY. I MET HIM WHEN WE BOTH WORKED FOR EG&G IN THE EARLY 60'S ON THE NUCLEAR TESTING PROGRAM. ALWAYS A VERY HAPPY PERSON.
Robert Sullivan of Cohasset ma wrote:
I have fond memories of the times we had together for sixty plus years. He loved life and loved to take chances. One can’t say enough. Mary and I will miss him.
Joe Christofori of SPRINGFIELD wrote:
So very sorry to hear of your loss, please give the family my deepest condolences. Joe
Carlos Franco of Brooklyn, NY wrote:
Nubar was my first real boss. Along with the staff at HSI, they helped guide a young, somewhat naive, man in Boston. The Franco Family sends Lee and the rest of the Hagopian family our sincerest condolences. I will forever remember Nubar's stories and advice.
Marsha Ricchi Paolini of Needham, MA wrote:
Lisa and Mark, Remembering the good times with all of you and how much your dad loved his children. My thoughts and prayers are with you
Ernie Gerbasi wrote:
In 1941, I met Nubar in the fourth grade at the Hillside Elementary School in Medford .We went through all of the school grades together, and not a day passed when I did not see him. When we weren’t hanging out with nearly a dozen other friends on nearby Dearborn Street, our gang usually loitered at his father’s corner store. Truly we were the best of friends. We played together, fought occasionally, vacationed together in Cape Cod and Hampton Beach, and even shared an interest in the same girlfriends. Even when Nubar was at Tufts, we spent nights away from studies guzzling beer and solving all of the world’s problems . Nubar was independent, passionate and very much a goal setter. I kept in contact with him when he was in the Army and later when I was in the Navy. When we were no longer living in Medford and moved some distance away after marriage to raise our families, I saw him only occasionally at reunions of friends and school. I renewed our friendship in 1993 at the Newbury Guest House and that meeting sparked one of the most hilarious and memorable reunions I have ever had. Charlie Schumb, Jim Henaghan, Gene Leary and Dave Robinson were there too. We sat around a table in a Boston restaurant swapping war stories, guffaws and rib tickling laughter for hours. A flood of memories swept into my mind reminding me of the many reasons I truly loved and respected Nubar.