Boyajian, Miriam (Nigohsian) 92, of South Natick, formerly of Needham passed away peacefully on March 13, 2019 enveloped by the love and devotion of her family. Miriam was the wife of Jack Boyajian for 63 full and loving years and the proud and devoted mother to her son Jack Jr. and his wife Jody, to her dear pre-deceased son Ronald and his wife Janet, and to her daughter Valerie (Boyajian) Camiel and her husband Charles. She loved each and every one of them with her heart and soul.
Miriam also leaves behind her large and adoring family – grandchildren, Nicholas, Talia, David, Shawna, Blair, Adam, Danielle and Ross, and her great grandchildren Mia, Cohen, Oliver and Fay. Miriam was the daughter of the late John and Catherine Nigohsian and was pre – deceased by her sister Marguerite Kurkjian and her husband John. Miriam was the sister to Charles Nigohsian and his wife Peggy and to Marlene Paul and her husband Ed, and an aunt to many.
Miriam’s greatest joy in life was to be surrounded by her family. Whether listening to the updates in their lives or cooking their favorite Armenian foods, Miriam reveled in their company as they did hers. Wherever Miriam went, she made friends. People were drawn to her ever present warm smile and her caring heart. Miriam put others before herself – friends, family, and acquaintances. She was fun, silly and always upbeat and happy – never one to complain. Miriam will leave a hole in the hearts of everyone that knew her, but most of all her family. They will never be the same without her but will be eternally grateful for her love and devotion. As Miriam would say – “ So long, see you in the funnies.”
Funeral service at Saint James Armenian Church, 465 Mount Auburn Street, Watertown on Tuesday, March 19 at 11:00 a.m. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. A visitation period will be held at the Aram Bedrosian Funeral Home, 558 Mount Auburn Street, Watertown on Tuesday morning from 9:00 – 10:30 a.m., immediately prior to the church services. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to Saint James Armenian Church or to the Armenian Missionary Association of America ( AMAA), 31 West Century Road, Paramus, N.J. 07652. Interment at Needham Cemetery, Needham, MA