Parviz Sami

June 28, 1941 - June 28, 2013


Beloved husband, father and grandfather, Mr. Parviz Sami, whose warm eyes and infectious smile greeted many visitors to downtown Bellingham eateries such as Cicchittis and Taco del Mar for nearly 30 years, passed away peacefully at St Josephs Hospital at the age of 72, surrounded by family. He was characterized by a loving disposition, quiet optimism, and generous spirit among all those who crossed his path.
The family would like to thank the doctors and nurses at the ICU and MCU who compassionately and graciously cared for Parviz in his last days of life; and the Bahai communities of Bellingham and Mt. Baker for their constant assistance and support.
Parviz Sami is survived by his wife of 46 years, three daughters, two sons-in-law and two grandsons.
Bahai funeral services will be held at the Moles Farewell Tributes-Bellingham, 2465 Lakeway Drive, at 10:00 AM on Saturday, July 6. All those who knew him are welcome to join us in celebrating his life.

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Bahai funeral services will be held at the Moles Farewell Tributes-Bellingham, 2465 Lakeway Drive, at 10:00 AM on Saturday, July 6.

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8 responses to Parviz Sami

  1. Martha webb says:

    Dear Simin and family, Prayers for his dear departed soul. Though we know death is a messenger of joy, the missing of one’s beloved is beyond words. Love to you all, martha

  2. Since my youth, I have thought of Uncle Parviz fondly as I remember our time together in the summer of 1977. I mourn with all your family and friends at his passing, and pray for God to comfort you.

  3. Bess DeVere says:

    I am truly saddened to hear the news that Parviz has past away. He was a beautiful, compassionate, elegant man with a heart of pure gold. My best wishes go to his lovely wife Simin and their daughters. I feel honored to have known Parviz. God speed.

  4. Dear Simin and family,
    We Baha’is in Bellingham loved him dearly and will miss him terribly. God bless him and all of you.

  5. Sepi and I were heartbroken by the tragic news of Parviz Khan’s passing and we send our deepest and most heartfelt condolences to your entire family. The memories of Parviz Khan’s radiant spirit and the warmth of his being will be engraved in my heart forever. I remember him from when I was a child growing up in Belgium. Seeing him again when we both happened to back in Brussels, last May, after all these years, was a deeply moving experience. His spirit was as warm and radiant as ever. He was a wonderful human being. I am deeply sorry for your loss and I share in your grief. Parviz Khan and your dear family are all in our thoughts and prayers. We send you all our love.

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