US Gov’t Honors Deceased AGBU Member with Post Office Naming

The late Col. George Juskalian with his wife Lucine. (via mirrorspectator.com)

The late Col. George Juskalian, who was an AGBU member, was recently honored with the naming of a US post office in Viriginia. The Mirror-Spectator has the full story:

Members of the Armenian community of the Greater Washington Metropolitan area, invited guests and elected local officials joined Rep. Frank Wolf, from the 10th congressional district of the Commonwealth of Virginia, on Saturday, May 21, to mark the official dedication of the Sully Station Post Office Building in Centreville, Va. in the name of the late Col. George Juskalian.

Read the whole story here.

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One response to “US Gov’t Honors Deceased AGBU Member with Post Office Naming

  1. Col. George Juskalian (1914-2010) of Kharpert & Arapkir, Western Armenia

    We are proud
    
We hope always
    We’ll remain proud
    Through millenniums

    To have Honest, Dedicated
    ‘Armenian Genes’ of Kharpert …
    Well-known to be Brave
    Like George Juskalian and his offspring

    To serve many nations
    Those who protected Us
    And opened their doors to serve them 

    To live and progress

    Helping humanity…
    Without differentiation

    Of ethnicity, religion, race…

    And share together
    Our arts and soulful divines…!

    Sylva-MD-Poetry

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