I was shocked and saddened to hear of Dr. Aram's death. He replaced my hip in 2009. He was an amazing surgeon & man. My heart goes out to his family.
My husband and I (67&68) were both blessed to have this gifted surgeon treat a knee and hip in 2012. Dr. Tony will be greatly missed. He excelled in his vocation, his warm bed-side-manner and his ability to provide comfort and care to many patients. We loved him. God bless him and his family.
It saddens me to know that Dr. Aram has past away. Dr. Aram and I had good visits while he treated and operated on my torn meniscus around six years ago. We talked about the Lord and Vietnam for I had foster cousins who were missionaries there but died during the war. I bought and gave Dr. Aram a book, 'On Call' written by Dr. David Thompson, MD who grew up in Vietnam with his missionary parents and who is now a Dr. in Africa. Dr. Aram was a beautiful man of God. I am so sorry for your loss, for it is great. God be with you and give you much peace and comfort.
Still trying to accept your passing. Thinking of you and how much you helped me. Hugs to your family and staff. You all remain in my prayers.
Dr. Aram replaced both of my knees in 2010 and 2012. He was the best. The world lost a good doctor and a good man. My compassion to Dr. Aram's family. They lost the most; hope their memories of his life with them and God's comfort will console and sustain them. Am sure he would want them to move forward in life in a most productive and positive manner as Dr. Aram did while I knew him.