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Dr. Archie B. Attarian

Flint, Michigan

1928 - 2019

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Attarian, Dr. Archie B. Grand Blanc Dr. Archie B. Attarian, D.O. was born on December 24, 1928 in Brooklyn, New York. He died on May 3, 2019 in Vienna, Virginia. His parents, Armenian immigrants, were Bedros (Peter) Attarian and Sarah Mooradian. Sarah was an 11-year old survivor of the 1915...

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A very special, kind man. My deepest condolences to his loving family.

Our world lost a great, kind, and hard working man. The best anesthesiologist that I ever worked with in my career. My condolences to Archie's family.

I was just thinking about Archie this week; guessing I knew he had left us. He was the head of the Anesthesiology Dept. at FOH when I was nearing the end of my Internship, still not knowing which field of medicine I wanted to pursue. Thankfully, I chose to do my last elective working in his dept.- on day #1 with him, my future was sealed! He was respectful, diligent, quick with his mind and hands, fair, full of energy and so very smart! He always stood up for his Residents. The only negative...

Losing a loved one in there is never easy. One day many will have the opportunity to live again. May the hope of everlasting life sustain and comfort your family during this sorrowful time. John 17:3.

Dr. Attarian was a great mentor and friend. He was so generous with his time and knowledge. He was a kind and considerate man. He taught me more than just anesthesia. His professional approach was one that I tried to emulate. My condolences to his family. I will miss him dearly.

Dr. Attarian was a great mentor.
This is a great loss.

Stuart Willner, Farmington Hills

It is a pleasure to remember the training I had at Flint. You were an exceptional mentor. God bless you!

My deepest sympathy to the family. Bill and I knew Archie an Pat years ago, Bill was a physician and worked in FOH. I worked for Gerry Murphy with Archie and Roger Monsour Pat, Archie, BJ, Roger, Bill and I spent a lot of good times together. Bill retired in 1986 and we moved to Fort Myers, Fl. Bill died in Aug of last year. Both of your parents were great people. They will be greatly missed.