Prelate Welcomes Glendale Deputy Fire Chief


On Tuesday, May 26, 2015, H.E. Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian, Prelate, welcomed the visit of Glendale Deputy Fire Chief Greg Fish, who was accompanied by businessman Zaven Kazazian. The purpose of the meeting was for the Fire Chief to become better acquainted with the work of the Prelacy and to establish a working relationship with the Armenian community.

Chief Fish emphasized his and the Department’s efforts to reach out to the Armenian community in Glendale, noting that he has been meeting with various Armenian organizations and schools to speak about services, resources, and employment opportunities offered by the Fire Department. The Chief has already established a relationship with Chamlian School, and will be meeting with the administration of Pilibos School next week. The Department has also secured a booth at this year’s Navasartian Games to provide further information to the community.

The Prelate commended Chief Fish and the Glendale Fire Department for their valuable services to the community and wished them great successes in all of their endeavors. His Eminence affirmed the support of the Prelacy to the Fire Department’s mission and provided Chief Fish with contacts with whom they may be able to collaborate, namely St. Mary’s Church and the Committee for Armenian Students in Public Schools. Chief Fish conveyed his gratitude to the Prelate for his support and willingness to assist. At the conclusion of the visit His Eminence wished the guests well and presented them with illustrated posters of William Saroyan’s famous quote about the Armenian people.

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