Shaker Heights, Ohio

May 22, 1932 – Feb 9, 2019


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Age 86, died February 9, 2019, of cardiac amyloidosis. He is survived by his wife, Grace, daughters Joyce Nahigian, Barbara (Luis) Fernandez, and grandchildren Tom and Anna. He was preceded in death by daughter Grace Ann, brother Robert (Helen) Nahigian, and parents Kevork (chief mechanical...

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Stan the MAN.Thank you for the 5 surgeries you performed on my left hand,right hand,left ring finger,right thumb and right elbow.Still today I have no pain or problems in them.To the family I send my condolences.I will never never forget him.What a GREAT DOCTOR and GREAT MAN. Love You Stan. Chuck Hildenbrand

I worked with Dr. Nahigian for 35 years and considered him a good friend. I have many fond memories of our years together and will miss him, our conversations and his very sound advice. My most sincere sympathy to his family.

Dr. Nahigian performed my arm surgery about 50 years ago, to correct a drooped wrist. Everything is still fine after all these years. He did a wonderful job. May he rest in peace.

Dr. Nahigian performed my wrist surgeries in 1996 at that time he said it would only last ten years and here I am all these years later still "screwed" together. He was quite the surgeon and my current doctor says what a great job Dr. Nahigian did with my surgery. I will be forever grateful for his knowledge and skill in hand surgery. RIP you left a positive mark in medical history.

I am sorry to hear of his passing. Many years ago, the good doctor fixed my broken arm. Strangely still remain him with fondness.

My condolences to the family and friends of this very good man. I've had the pleasure and the privilege of knowing Dr. Nahigian for the past 20 years or so. Every encounter was a lesson in the fine art of being a true gentleman, and he always did it with the dignity that left me inspired to work a little harder at being better myself. I'll miss him.