In Memory of Colonel Foulad Atabaki

Dear family and friends,
My Brother Kambiz, sisters, Jila and Azita and I are grateful for your support and heartfelt phone calls and messages of condolences, love and kindness that touched our hearts and souls deeply at these very difficult days. We are truly blessed to have all of you in our lives and we love to respond to all of your messages individually in the next few days. Our Father’s remembrance ceremony shall be held in Tehran at:
تالار پذیرایی نوید خیابان سهروردی خیابان خرمشهر پلاک ۴۱ سه شنبه ۱۳۹۷/۷/۱۷ ساعت ۷ تا ۱۰ به صرف شام
And for Los Angeles, my father’s wish was to donate the proceeds of his remembrance to KCIS (KEEP CHILDREN IN SCHOOL) charity. We would love to have you in my home at your convenience and we request if you choose any gestures of your kindness and love, to be donated to KCIS in memory of our Father. We wish you all a long life of love and joy.
Thank you again from: Atabaki Family, Kazemi Family, Nemovi Family, Denisova Family, Fattahi Family, Pirkhah-Kohan Family, Azarli Family, Djazeb Family, Tarry Family.

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