In Memory of



Obituary for Noubar Saghdjian

Noubar Saghdjian, 69, passed away peacefully on April 28, 2024 at Grand River Hospital in Kitchener, Ontario surrounded by his family and friends.
Noubar was born on August 1, 1954 to Diran and Azniv Saghdjian in Beirut, Lebanon, and spent the majority of his childhood in his beloved Kesab, a town in northwestern Syria. With his family, he moved to Canada in 1968 and settled in the city of Laval, Quebec for a short time before becoming a lifelong resident of Cambridge, Ontario.
He lived every minute of his life to the fullest and was blessed with the opportunities to do everything he loved and much of it; hunting, fishing, golfing, playing poker, traveling and above all, creating experiences and memories with his treasured family and many, many cherished friends.
Noubar was always committed to helping everyone - if you wanted something done or needed help, he was always there to lend his support. He was one of the members of the founding executive committee of homenetmen of Cambridge and an active member and participant of the Armenian Evangelical Church.
Noubar is predeceased by his parents Azniv and Diran. He was a loving husband to Ardemis; dedicated father to Monique, Talar (Brian), Lara (Jason); adored baboog to Olivia and Mila; devoted brother to Gary (Ani); loving uncle to Taleen (Dave), Levon (Megan); silly baboog to Cali, Layla, Charlie, Bella, and Shant; and revered friend to Ray Kassamanian , Missak Vartanian, Levon Geokjian, Mher Bederian, and Nathan Reid. He will be greatly missed by his many cousins Zepure, Soline and their families; especially by his cousin Sam, like a second brother, his wife Silva and daughter Shoushi; his brother-in-law Sako; and by his many, many friends in the Armenian, Cambridge, and wider communities.
Resting at Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas St, N Cambridge where family and friends will be received on Friday May 3, 2024 from 5-9p.m. Funeral Service will be held at Corbett Funeral Home on Saturday May 4, 2024 at 10a.m. with interment following at Parklawn cemetery.
The family has requested that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Canadian Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation.
“...And into the forest I go, to lose my mind and find my soul.” - John Muir