Paul Migrditchian

Paul Migrditchian

November 17, 1936 - May 02, 2021
Mission Viejo CA

Paul Migrditchian

November 17, 1936 - May 02, 2021
Mission Viejo CA


Paul Migrditchian lives in Mission Viejo CA, passed away at the age of 84.
Born on November 17, 1936 and passed away on May 02, 2021.

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11 responses to Paul Migrditchian

  1. Beverly Cain says:

    Maureen, Marni and Myriam,
    I am so sorry for your loss. I only knew Paul for a short time and but knew he was a kind and loving soul. Please accept our sympathies and prayers for you comfort and piece.
    Ronnie and Beverly Cain

  2. Clive Beggs says:

    Dear Maureen,
    I am so sorry to hear about Paul’s passing. It must be a great sadness to you.
    I have very fond memories of Paul. He was lovely man, who made people feel better about themselves when they talked with him. I especially remember the lovely time my girls and I had with you and Paul in St. Maxime. Even though the girls have never met you before, you both made them feel so comfortable and we all loved our time with you. Paul was so helpful and caring.
    I really respected Paul and enjoyed his company greatly. Sadly, living in the UK, I did not get the chance to spend much time with him. I am so sad for you and Marni and Myriam. Prem and I are thinking of you and will be praying for you.
    With love,

  3. What I remember most about Paul is his huge smile and sweetness. One summer he and Maureen and their girls came to visit my husband in Traverse City. We showed them all over town including the cherry orchards on the peninsula. His eyes lit up when he saw all the orchards. Needless to say, we bought a huge lug of cherries.. He was in heaven !!! The smile on his face went from ear to ear. He was so likable ,kind of shy and very very funny. How lucky you were to have such a loving father and husband for such a long time. This world was a better place with Paul in it. We will miss him but we are so very thankful that he was a part of our lives.

  4. Prem says:

    Dearest Maureen, Marni and Myriam,
    Lucy has just told us the news about Paul, and the four of us have been sitting in shock – Lucy in Manchester, Roo in London, and Clive and I (with tears in our eyes) in Leeds. That dear, dear man – I only met him on that one, wonderful visit to Leeds – and how glad I am that I did – it was enough for me to know how altogether lovable Paul was, in every way. I remember how delighted he was when I was well enough to join you all downstairs – he bent down and, very affectionately, patted my feet – it was just so sweet. I am so very sad that somehow you are going to have to carry on without this beautiful man beside you. I ache for you. I will be thinking of you and praying for you all in the days and weeks ahead.
    With love always,

    1. Fionn Hughes says:

      Dear Maureen, Marnie and Myriam. Thinking of you all especially at this time. So sad to hear about Paul. He will be sorely missed by you all, as well as by the rest of the family. We had such a lovely time with Paul, Maureen and Myriam when they came to visit us in Northern Ireland in 2012 and with Paul, Maureen, Marnie, Sal and Emily when we visited Mission Viejo in 2018. Happy memories! Paul and Andrew disappeared off to our garage to chat in French about DIY and machinery and we enjoyed all the fun and chat around the dinner table. We enjoyed his sense of humour, warm heart and generosity of spirit when we spent more time with you in 2018. I’m so glad we made that trip! Love to you all. We are praying for you. Fionn and Andrew.x

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