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Hanazant Alice (Mouradian) Beylerian

Hanazant Alice (Mouradian) Beylerian February 14 , 1929 - August 05 , 2023

Hanazant Alice (Mouradian) Beylerian February 14 , 1929 - August 05 , 2023

It is with deep sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of Hanazant (Alice) Beylerian (née Mouradian).  She was born in Cairo, Egypt, the eldest daughter of the late Kevork Mouradian and Azniv Mildonian. Predeceased by her eldest brother Krikor (Alice) and sister Anahid (Noubar). She is survived by her youngest brother Yervant, Eddy; her daughter Eugenia (Harout) and Grand-daughter Alicia and many cherished nieces and nephews. She was the adored wife of the late Haig Levon Beylerian.

At the age of 18, Alice graduated from the American Mission College for Girls in Cairo, Egypt, a great achievement at that time. Ten years later, she moved to Beirut, Lebanon with her employer, Coca-Cola, working in the lab. While in Beirut she was Captain of her Homenetmen Beirut Basketball Team. In 1961 she finally married the love of her life. As part of their honeymoon, they visited North America and fell in love with it. One year later her daughter, Eugenia was born. In 1964, with her husband, daughter, and Mother- in- law she immigrated to Montreal, Canada to provide her family with a better life.

In 1972, she survived the loss of her beloved husband, her mother, her maternal grand-mother, and her mother-in-law. Grief stricken she joined the Armenian Women’s Auxiliary better known as H.O.M. where she served as secretary to the President of the Montreal Chapter. Beside her professional talents she contributed artistically as well to help raise funds.

Having worked for Canadair and then Bombardier as secretary to the Corporate Recording Secretary for the Board of Directors, she achieved many great successes in her professional life.

After retirement, her artistic talents continued to flourish, as she adopted a new talent when her grand-daughter Alicia was born. She took lessons for numerous years from the West Island Creative Arts Studio where she completed over 100 oil paintings. Her most precious one: “Red Apples on Table” appeared in the Montreal Gazette in 2002. Painting became her passion and her way of expressing herself. Each of her paintings were considered her “babies” and therefore she did not want sell them as this was not her goal for painting. She passed on this passion to her grand-daughter as well.

Even though life threw her many “curve balls,” she maintained her strength, dignity, and determination. Alice’s courage and self-confidence are what allowed her to reach the age of 94. Mom has been a great example to all of us who were close to her. She taught us that strength and determination will lead us to accomplishments.

Along with my family, we would like to thank the following for the support and special care given to my mother:  Marie Tatazian and the complete Team of Support Care at the Jewish General Hospital during her last days of life.


Church Ceremony:

Friday August 11, 202313:00 - 13:45 Église Arménienne Apostolique Sourp Hagop,

3401 Rue Olivar-Asselin
Montréal, QC H4J 1L5

Burial Ceremony:

Friday August 11, 202314:15 - 14:30 Cimetière Mont-Royal,

1297 chemin de la Forêt
Outremont, QC H2V-2P9


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