January 28, 1993 - June 5, 2021
Vahe Chamesian, 28, of Alpharetta, Georgia, passed away on Saturday, June 5, 2021, at his residence. Viewing will be held on Thursday, June 10, 2021, from 11:00am - 1:00pm at Allen & Allen Funeral Home at 110 West Hansell Street, Thomasville, Georgia with funeral services following at graveside at Laurel Hill Cemetery at 2:00pm with Pastor Norayr Kazazian officiating. Mr. Chamesian was born on January 28, 1993, in New Milford, New Jersey, to Aziz Chamesian and Zepure Bedros Ferguson. Survivors include his father, Aziz Chamesian of Easton, Pennsylvania, his mother, Zepure Bedros Ferguson and her husband of Boston, Georgia, brother, George Chamesian and his wife of Johns Creek, Georgia and many uncles, aunts and cousins in the United States, Canada, Lebanon, Syria and Armenia. Vahe was a very loving and caring son with a sense of humor, was very smart, thoughtful, extremely innovative, who never gave up and always knew what he wanted. In his earlier years, he loved sports, karate, tennis and soccer but one of his most favorite hobbies was online gaming that he carried well into his young adult life. He was very interested in Japanese culture, especially Anime and cuisine. He graduated from Northview High School in Johns Creek, Georgia in 2011. He worked and paid for his education receiving his bachelor's degree in Cinematography from Georgia State University in 2016 and owned his own business. Throughout his early adult life, he started his career in film & photography. Vahe with his camera eternalized the most important life moments of many couples. His work was always of top quality and detail and those loving memories will be passed on to generations to come. He was a spiritual man who loved to be with those in his Armenian church. While his older brother was serving on the alter, he was always being competitive with his playing. During the Easter egg breaking competition he started crying because although he was so confident, he would always win but unfortunately, he did not win the prize and was disappointed because he just wanted to be in first place to be number one. He also loved to cook, travel and play video games and had an incredible personality traveling to many video game competitions with his friends. He was a very good chef, who enjoyed trying new dishes but his favorite were delicious Mediterranean & Asian ones. He had very high aspirations and knowing him, had he had the chance, would have definitely made it happen. He was always on the path to success and have no doubt he would have achieved it. He was extremely intelligent and had a unique mind. While having conversations, he had a natural talent of stimulating thought-provoking ideas, open minded and easy to share ideas with. Sadly, he left all of us far too early never having the chance to finish his dreams. His family was truly lucky to have had the time to spend with him during his hard-fought battle with cancer. They loved Vahe dearly and will forever be cherishing his memory. He'll always be in our hearts and prayers. Dear Son, "Of all the special gifts in life however great or small, we were blessed to have you as our son which was the greatest gift of them all. With an aching heart I whisper low, I miss you son, your love and your compassion. We will think of you with pride son with each mention of your name as death cannot change a single thing as your and our love will remain until our last breath." Blessings to his family and friends, "Love suffers long and is kind; love does not envy, love does not parade itself, is not puffed up, does not behave rudely; does not seek its own, is not provoked, thinks no evil; does not rejoice in iniquity but rejoices in the truth; bears all things; hopes all things and endures all things." (1 Corinthians 13). Forever in our memory are his last words, "Mom, I love you. Take care of yourself first. I am okay." These same words are how he lived life. Blessings to all and God Bless everyone who had the opportunity to share and be touched by Vahe's incredible life. Not goodbye but until we meet again. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Armenian Church of Atlanta, 9820 Coleman Road, Roswell, GA 30075.
Vahe Chamesian, 28, of Alpharetta, Georgia, passed away on Saturday, June 5, 2021, at his residence. Viewing will be held on Thursday, June 10, 2021, from 11:00am - 1:00pm at Allen & Allen Funeral Home at 110 West Hansell Street, Thomasville,... View Obituary & Service Information
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