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Armen Napoleon Stepanian

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Washington State Recycling Association
130 Andover Park East Suite 303
Tukwila, Washington 98188
United States

Company Description: The Washington State Recycling Association (WSRA) was formed in 1976 to support the fledgling recycling industry and to promote recycling in Washington state. WSRA...   more
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Fremont Chamber of Commerce
www.fremontseattle.com, 25 May 2006 [cached]
Rumor has it that the face on the dog is that of another local legend, Arman Napoleon Stepanian.He was the unofficial Mayor of Fremont in the early years and the "Christopher Columbus" of curbside recycling.
komo 4 | More Local News : 'Mayor Of Fremont' Not Happy With Current State Of Neighborhood
www.komotv.com, 22 May 2002 [cached]
Armen Stepanian, 70, thinks the new buildings there take away from Fremont's charm.
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FREMONT - Armen Stepanian likes to say he's as funky and feisty as Fremont -- his old neighborhood.
Stepanian, who's 70 years old, was elected honorary Mayor of Fremont in 1973.He helped found the Fremont Public Association, and the Fremont Fair.
Perhaps his most important accomplishment: He is the 'Christopher Columbus' of curbside recycling.He ran the first recycling center in Seattle -- the first in the country.
"Of the many benefits of recycling, energy is the most critical of all," says Stepanian."The energy saved from producing virgin products, the foreign policy implications of consuming less energy, and out own personal relationship to the material--the positive energy we get from recycling."
Stepanian has been living in Ocean Shores.He came back to Fremont for the first time in 15 years.
So what did he think of his old neighborhood?
"It's disgusting," he says.
He thinks the new buildings take away from Fremont's charm.
"What was formerly a view of the forest on the other side of Queen Anne Hill and the boats going by the canal, now where are the people going to see that from?They're going to have to run to the bridge and look over the railing.It's all greed, that's what I see when I see those buildings," says Stepanian.
Stepanian made the trip back to Fremont because he was being honored with a "Local Hero" award from the Fremont Public Association.
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Stepanian is the 5th Honorary Mayor of Fremont.He's held that position for 29 years, and enjoyed every minute of it.
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The Daily World - A Daily Newspaper of Grays Harbor County and Pacific County
db.donrey.com, 7 July 2002 [cached]
Armen Napoleon Stepanian, who has called Ocean Shores home for 10 years, was active for years in Seattle's Fremont neighborhood where he also served as honorary mayor.Stepanian helped start the Fremont Public Association, the Fremont Fair, and the neighborhood's first food bank.A strong advocate of recycling, Stepanian also founded the Washington State Recycling Association.
The Daily World - A Daily Newspaper of Grays Harbor County and Pacific County
aberdeen.donrey.com, 27 Jan 2002 [cached]
Armen Napoleon Stepanian, who has called Ocean Shores home for 10 years, was active for years in Seattle's Fremont neighborhood where he also served as honorary mayor.Stepanian helped start the Fremont Public Association, the Fremont Fair, and the neighborhood's first food bank.A strong advocate of recycling, Stepanian also founded the Washington State Recycling Association.
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