Ann (Bezdikian) Kazarosian

March 5th, 2014

Ann (Bezdikian) Kazarosian, age 86, a resident of Wilmington for more than thirty years, died peacefully on March 5, 2014 at the Winchester Hospital.

Ann was born on December 15, 1927 in Washington, D.C.; she was the cherished daughter of the late Leon and Ashghen (Manigian) Bezdikian.  After graduation from high school, Ann furthered her education in bookkeeping.

In her spare time, Ann loved to garden.  Her garden was quite large and consisted of beautiful flowers and seasonal fresh vegetables, which she preserved through the winter.  Ann used many of the garden grown vegetables for her love of cooking.  Ann loved to prepare fresh meals and enjoyed being at home, where she knitted and cross-stitched. Ann traveled several times over the years and took special trips to Barbados to visit friends.

Ann was the devoted partner of the late Angelo Traina, dear sister of Leon Bezdikian & his wife Penny of Maryland, the late Elizabeth Kojoyian and Ardemis Kocharian, dear aunt of Armen and Arty Kojoyian, Seda Kocharian, Greta Kocharian Trayfors, Lisa Kocharian Pearson, Harry Kocharian, great aunt of Dyana Clarke, Courtney Warder and Zoe Kocharian.  Ann was beloved by Tom Traina & his wife Janice of Harwich along with their children Mark and Marisa, Robert Traina & his wife Eike of Winchester along with their children Sean and Max, Mark Traina & his wife Gail of Stoneham along with their children Jaclyn, Jamie and Nick.

Funeral arrangements for Ann will be private.

Memorial donations in Ann’s name may be made to Winchester Hospital Foundation, 41 Highland Ave., Winchester, MA  01890. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Nichols Funeral Home, Wilmington, MA.

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  1. Laura Sultan says:

    I knew Annie from Sovereign Bank. She was one of the sweetest customers I had. She always talked about Angelo and how much she loved and cared for him. Heaven has another angel…RIP Annie…..

  2. Madonna Toto says:

    To Annie’s Family,
    On Behalf on Salon Essence and the customers that knew her, we are all very sorry to hear of her passing…Ann was a very kind and caring women. There were many stories about Andy, their garden, and all the italian dishes she loved cooking for him…They were a great pair and her stories made me laugh…Andy will welcome her with open arms…and he will need the stock report. RIP Annie. xxoo

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