Provider's Thoughts :
Dear family and friends,
At the Ottawa Heart Institute, on Thursday, April 13th, 2006, at the age
of 47, Pejvan GARROUSSI, beloved husband of Parissa SOUFI, son of
Rezvanieh and the late Nasser GARROUSSI, dear father of Pegah and Sam,
brother of Chahla Demassiet, Taraneh MICHEL and Barguegol SALEH, passed
away. Family will receive relatives and friends on Monday,
April 17th, 2006 at Pinecrest Visitation Center (2500 Baseline
Road, Ottawa) from 1:00 p.m. until the time of the Interment at 3:00
Parissa, Pegah, and Sam
April 13, 2006
Citizen E's life and
Pejvan was born on June 29th, 1958. He
was the last child of Nasser Garroussi and Rezvanieh Sobhi Azar. With
his birth, his parents and his three sisters, Shahla, Taraneh and
Barge-gol started a happier life. He was six years old when he
suddenly lost his father due to a sudden heart attack.
Pejvan went to well-known schools in Tehran,
including St-Louis and Alborz. He became an architect, graduating from
Tehran University art school. Around this time he met Parissa and soon they
decided to get married. The fruits of their marriage are their
beautiful children, Pegah and Sam.
He started to work as an Architect for Tehran
Municipality and later he opened his own private engineering company. They decided to migrate to Canada in 1996 and
settled down in Ottawa where he started working for the government of
He was too young with lots of plans for the
future but unfortunately he left us all behind on Apr 13th,
2006 in a sudden heart attack. He left us so sudden that family and
friends are in unforgettable shock.
He liked his mother so that one would ask if such
a love exist.
He loved Parissa, Pegah and Sam so that one would
ask if he could survive without them.
He treated his sisters so that one would ask if
he is the eldest child in the family.
His friendship was so that one would ask if this
He felt so connected to his birth country so that
one would ask why he is in Canada.
Our dear Pejvan left us at age 47.
He will live in our hearts forever.
Farsi Text (PDF)
We have lost a very good friend and
classmate. Pejvan Garroussi our classmate from Honarha 1355,
just passed away from heart failure in Ottawa, ON, Canada on April 13,
His soul be with us at all time and his memory will always be
His friends from Honarha made this web page of remembrance
for him and we hereby send our deep condolacenes to his family and
relatives, especially Parisa, Pegah and Sam.
God Bless His Soul...
April 16, 2006
worked with Pejvan for the last 3 years and he was always respected as
a cheerful, honest and thorough man. Our condolences to his family for
the irreplaceable loss of their father, husband, brother and
Co-workers, Pacific International
66 Slater, Ottawa Ontario Canada
Wednesday, April 26, 2006 11:44 AM
The Garroussi Family:
is with great sadness that I recently learned of Pejvan's passing.
Pejvan and I came to know each other through work when dealing with
the relocation of my organization from one bldg to another here in
Ottawa. Pejvan and I hit
it off immediately. I found him to be one of the most cooperative and
public servants that I have run across after more than 37 years of
service in the Canadian Forces. He
was a pleasure to work with as he made every effort to ensure that we
were well looked after during the transition. I am quite sure that
this was his true personality and he dealt with everyone in the same
fashion. I recall that our budget was small and we needed new office
furniture, so Pejvan arranged for he and I to take a walking tour of
the downtown Ottawa core, where we visited numerous Project Offices
that were shutting down, and in doing so we managed to obtain an
enormous amount of furniture that is still in use. His efforts really
saved our budget. Based
on this experience when our Military Police Academy was in search of
furniture to out fit classrooms I put their staff in contact with
Pejvan and low and behold they achieved the same result. The students
are still today sitting behind the desks he obtained.
These are but two (2) examples of how Pejvan went the extra
mile. On behalf of myself and those in my organization who have
benefited from Pejvan's dedication to service for his clients, please
accept our deepest condolences.
Forces National Investigation Service
April 27, 2006
I worked with Pejvan as we had a client in common located in a high
rise building in downtown Ottawa. His professionalism,
politeness and dedication were truly remarkable. We also took
BOMA courses together to further ourselves in the property management
field. My deepest condolences to his family and friends.
Monday, May 08, 2006 1:17 PM