SOUTHINGTON — Harry Terdjanian says he hopes to attend the ceremony Saturday at the state Capitol in remembrance of the Armenian genocide. Though the New Britain resident insists he cares passionately about the cause — the execution of 1.5 million Armenians — he has a business to run. He owns Automaster — automotive services for both foreign and domestic vehicles on the Southington-Plainville line.
"There’s a larger ceremony in Times Square this Sunday,” he said. "I may attend that.”
Terdjanian’s family came to America in 1975 when he was 8. They lived in 20 countries in Europe and the Middle East before migrating to the U.S. with help from the Armenian National Committee of America.
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