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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

MINNIE SHOUSHANIAN

1932 - 2021

Farmington Hills, MI

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         Minnie Shoushanian peacefully passed away June 24, 2021, in her home in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Minnie (Mannig) Mooradian was born January 7th, 1932, in Detroit, Michigan. Her parents were Arshag and Satenig (nee Aslanian) Mooradian. Growing up in the Armenian community of Delray, she attended Cary Elementary School and graduated from Southwestern High School, where she had played basketball and had earned a Letter Sweater in Fencing.

          Upon graduating from high school, she worked in accounting at Revere Copper and Brass.

          She married Charles Shoushanian June 4th, 1955, and they were blessed with the birth of two daughters, Suzan and Denise.

         Minnie, always involved in her community, was an active member of the ARS Sybille chapter and, as a teacher, she taught Sunday School at St. Sarkis Armenian Apostolic Church. Additionally, Minnie had an innate  sense of the beauty in life, so she furthered her appreciation of it by earning a degree in interior decorating from La Salle University.

FAMILY MEMBERS

Minnie is survived by her daughter Suzan and son in law Dr. John Zazaian;  Grandchildren Dr.Danielle and Alexander Zazaian, Chase Shoushanian-Traphagen (James Edayan Jr.), and many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS

A private service will be held with final resting place next to her late husband, Charles, in Oakland Hills Memorial Gardens, Novi, MI. 

MEMORIAL DONATIONS 

The family suggests that Memorial Donations be sent to St. Sarkis Armenian Apostolic Church, 19300 Ford Road;  Dearborn, MI 48128 

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Brenda Klockenga

July 23, 2021 1:59 PM

Suzan, Love and prayers to you and your family.  I remember going to your mom's house for the feast she prepared at Christmas holiday - such wonderful food.  She was always so kind and gracious to her guests.  So sorry for your loss.

Adam and Toni Rujan

July 21, 2021 5:52 PM

As you grieve know that we are thinking of you. We have planted a tree in her memory. 

Violet Gavoor

July 8, 2021 7:32 PM

SO..so sorry to hear of Mom’s passing.
My sincerest sympathies to you ALL
Asdvadz hokeen Loosavoreh ✝️✝️🙏🙏🇦🇲🇦🇲

Aroxie Apigian

July 13, 2021 1:34 PM

To the Family of  Minnie Shoushanian 
Dear Susan ... We were very sorry to learn of the recent passing of your Mom.   We hope that memories of happier days will help you through this difficult time. 
It was a pleasure to know her and she and I share the bond of our ancestors being from the same Village of Haght in the Province of Sepastia, Western Armenia.
With this note Ned and I send our deepest condolences to you, your family and the Mooradian and Shoushanian families.  Asdvadz Hokeen Lousavoreh and may her memory be a blessing. 
With love and deepest sympathy ... Aroxie Apigian

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June 28, 2021 6:44 PM
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