Hrant Roubian Death – Hrant Roubian of Saddle River, New Jersey, has reportedly passed away, according to an online sharing by a loved one on Monday, September 26, 2022. Family and friends mourn the unexpected loss of Hrant Roubian, a great and amazing friend to many who sadly died.
Hrant Roubian’s absence has left friends, and family in the community heartbroken as they took to social media to mourn his passing. Below are sharing, condolences, and tributes from loved ones of Hrant Roubian.
“This one hurts. You made everything fun… even the most mundane things. A trip to the grocery store, a car ride, a pedicure with the girls. You always knew how to lift people up and make them feel special.”
“In high school, our seats had to be changed numerous times in Kirch’s class for laughing too much. 20+ years later, still laughing like hyenas. You had so much life and laughter left…. It’s hard to realize we won’t see your vivacity any longer.”
“Rest In Peace, Hrant Roubian. I wish we could celebrate this evening one more time. We will miss you so much. ”
Further information on Hrant Roubian’s passing will be updated upon confirmation.
The details surrounding Hrant’s cause of death are unknown to us at this time as it was not made public by the family at the time of this publication.
An official obituary for Hrant Roubian is yet to be noticed by us at the time of this publication.
Below is an obituary with a similar name (Roubian)
Robert Roubian Obitaury – Roubian Robert “Bob” Founder of the iconic Newport Beach eatery The Crab Cooker, passed away December 15, 2017, at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach.
A 1986 Orange County Businessweek article described Roubian as “a restauranteur, a raconteur, an ichthyologist, an organic gardener, a carver of wood, a sculptor, a writer of music, and a seeker of truth.” He was all that plus an environmentalist, promoter of the arts, and quintessential family man. A lifelong student of arts, letters, and science, Roubian was a true Renaissance Man.
Born July 7, 1926, in Pasadena, Bob was of Armenian and Sicilian descent. He was the middle-born son of European immigrants. His father John had hand-carved walnut propellers for World War I biplanes and his mother Barbara was a nurse.
A graduate of John Muir High School, he also attended Mount San Antonio College.
Growing up, he mopped floors at the Santa Anita racetrack and was later a decorated World War II combat veteran who served as a Navy Sea Bee in the Philippines.
Bob gave generously to multiple charities and especially had a lifelong conviction to help families in need.
As a younger man, he sold Christmas trees at his own lot in Pasadena and each year would set aside about 100 trees to give to families who could not afford them. Click here for more.