George Glenn Hadjinian
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George Glenn Hadjinian

South Milwaukee - Passed on Sunday, April 19, 2020 at the age of 60. Loving son of Anna (the late George) Hadjinian. Cherished brother of Michael (Carol) and Charles (Linda). Dear uncle of Adam, Lisa, Daniel and Julie. Proud great-uncle of Xaiver, Emma Rose, James and Asher. Further survived by special aunt, Elizabeth Cifaldi, other family and friends.

A graveside service was held Wednesday, April 22, at Saint Haroutune Armenian Cemetery, South Milwaukee. Rev. Fr. Sahak Kashian officiating and Deacon Armen Hadjinian assisting.






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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from Apr. 21 to Apr. 26, 2020.
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April 27, 2020
Very sorry to hear about this. George was friendly and always had a smile. As a distant cousin, our family sends our wish for God's comfort, Chuck Hajinian DDS
April 27, 2020
As cousins growing up together we shared so much fun. At that time there was a huge open field right across Wisconsin Avenue in Wauwatosa and a city park right next door where we played. We moved to California in 1965 but never lost that closeness with Georgie, Chuck, or Mike, and when rare opportunities to see each other again occurred we simply picked up from where we had left off, as if those days of playing together were yesterday.
We'll keep that memory fresh, and I do believe that the Star Georgie will live on in our hearts as long as we live ourselves.

We here in San Diego send our love, prayers, and deepest sympathies to all.

George and Pam Matosian and Family
George Matosian
April 26, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. I enjoyed the hours on the phone with you Georgie and the spur of the moment car rides and just sharing good company. You could find words I couldn't and could finish my sentences I started. You could always help make sense of the craziness around. You are gone too soon. I'll remember all your wisdom and kindness! You always took the high road an exemplary example to all. You will be missed by everyone! You touched so many lives. You did well Georgie. Later......with love...
Therese Kroll
Friend
April 26, 2020
Dear Ann, I'm so sorry that your dear Georgie has passed away, and my heart aches for you at this very sad time. Your love for him, and his for you, will live forever. My prayers are with you.
Sandy Schaubel
April 26, 2020
A great friend Ive had since the 7th grade! Whom I had a CrUsh on ! Down to earth and music that was in his soul ! Just want to say we didnt get to sing together here but will in the heavens love you my friend!!! Love Jill
Jill
Friend
April 25, 2020
My dear cousin, George. I have wonderful memories of your family coming to visit us in California when we were kids. We would all gather at Grandma's and Grandpa's house, and after dinner we'd all go out in the front yard and run and play. We called you Georgie back then. You are a sweet soul, dear cousin. Fly high. Much love to you.
Dolores Cruz
April 25, 2020
May God rest your soul dear cousin George. Enjoyed our times as kids playing and when you visited San Diego and we bought fire crackers in TJ as teen agers. God comfort the whole wonderful family.
Jimmy Matosian
April 25, 2020
George! Please send us all a sign from the other side. We will miss you more than words can say. You introduced me to serious jazz, showed me how to play the guitar just for fun though I never got the hang of it. Once George helped me engineer a pair of "angel wings" on a swing for a dance performance. They weighed about 300 lbs. so it was very hard. He made them work--the performer looked like he was flying with giant wings. I hope you are too my old friend, across the sky.
terese agnew
April 23, 2020
George was a very kind, gentle soul. He will be missed immensely. Fly high my friend~
April 23, 2020
My friend George... we had so many good times together at GHS. George was smart, funny, adventurous! In short, everything you could want in a companion and a friend! I can't think of a harsh word or thought coming from him in all the time we spent together back then. I wish peace and comfort to his family as deal with their grief in the coming days! I am proud to have called him, perhaps like many others, my best friend!
Paul Wilson
Classmate
April 23, 2020
Aww, George... so shocked. I will miss you and your music so talented. I have known you since our days at Glenwood and all the way to GHS. You truly were one of the nicest boy to man I grew up with. Fair winds and open roads on your next journey. I shall miss you
Diana Gerber
Classmate
April 22, 2020
Oh, George! Your eloquence, kind heart and keen insights were shared too briefly. You reminded us through your beautiful Craftsmanship words mean something, are purposeful and helpful tools. Fearless capacity displayed worthiness and merit of your views. Oh, the depths and understanding you revealed. Your skill, craft, brilliance all now residual is painful to reflect. I'm Proud to call you Cousin. Grateful for the time we had and the insights of this world you gleaned and shared.
Todd Matosian
April 22, 2020
Wowww this takes us all by surprise...classmates sinced Glenwood, GMS & GHS, riidiing the bus together. (You & Jeff Zing were good friends & neighbors on our bus route)....simply loved your smile & free spirit. You are now officially trading in your HAWK wings for ANGEL wings! My sympathy to your mom & family!
Marsha Strenke-Conner
Classmate
April 22, 2020
Goodbye old friend, we will play Chess again soon.
Mickey Walker
Classmate
April 22, 2020
You will be missed. I have known George since high school. He always had a smile on his face and filled the air with his laugh. Fond memories.
Ted Wilinski
April 22, 2020
So sorry and stunned hearing of the loss of George in this world! I also knew him as a very intelligent person in high school and recently on Facebook. My condolences to your family! His love for playing guitar was evident. Rest in Peace , George!
Dallas Reinick
Classmate
April 22, 2020
George was someone who made you feel you belong. We were all so fortunate to have him in our class.❤
Celeste Lehrer
Classmate
April 22, 2020
So sorry to hear about George, I knew him back in High School and connected with him recently from facebook, a lot of great memories from back in the days. R.I.P. George, and keep playing that Guitar.
Mark Olson
April 22, 2020
I am so saddened to hear of Georges passing, he was such a sweet, smart and talented man. He will be sorely missed by all who knew him. We were class of 77 classmates at GHS. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this very sad time.
Candy Hein
Classmate
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