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Armen Napoleon Stepanian

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HomeStreet Bank

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HomeStreet Bank

601 Union Street Suite 2000

Seattle, Washington,98101

United States

Company Description

Banking, Mortgage Lending, Insurance, Investment Services...more

Background Information

Employment History

Unofficial Mayor

Fremont Chamber of Commerce


Affiliations

Fremont Public Association

Founder


Washington State Recycling Association

Founder


Web References(15 Total References)


fremocentrist.com

On Saturday, May 31st, at 2p, at History House, enjoy the next in the Fremont Fireside Chat series of free presentations - this time out, learn about the history behind 'Fremont Month' (a.k.a. 'June' in common vernacular.) Sponsored by HomeStreet Bank, Fremont's own Mayor, Armen Napoleon Stepanian, will talk about what led to the start of the Fremont Fair and our month long celebration of all things Fremont!
Stepanian started the first-ever curbside recycling effort for the City Of Seattle from Fremont, and served as Fremont's Mayor during many of the communities most transformative years - including during the installation of the 'People Waiting for the Interurban' by Rich Beyer, and the painting of the Fremont Bridge blue and orange. (If Stepanian cannot attend due to health issues, hear about the history of this incredible mayor - and humble carpenter - from Fremocentrist.com's own Kirby Lindsay.)


fremocentrist.com [cached]

On Saturday, May 31st, at 2p, at History House, enjoy the next in the Fremont Fireside Chat series of free presentations - this time out, learn about the history behind 'Fremont Month' (a.k.a. 'June' in common vernacular.) Sponsored by HomeStreet Bank, Fremont's own Mayor, Armen Napoleon Stepanian, will talk about what led to the start of the Fremont Fair and our month long celebration of all things Fremont!
Stepanian started the first-ever curbside recycling effort for the City Of Seattle from Fremont, and served as Fremont's Mayor during many of the communities most transformative years - including during the installation of the 'People Waiting for the Interurban' by Rich Beyer, and the painting of the Fremont Bridge blue and orange. (If Stepanian cannot attend due to health issues, hear about the history of this incredible mayor - and humble carpenter - from Fremocentrist.com's own Kirby Lindsay.)


historylink.org [cached]

Adding a bit of controversy was Armen Stepanian, self-described mayor of Fremont, who believed the bridge should stay orange.
He campaigned for that old favorite as a write-in candidate.


fremontartscouncil.org

The Fremont Fireside Chat for January 24th at 2p at History House with Fremont's Mayor, Armen Napoleon Stepanian, celebrating the 140th anniversary of Fremont's first platting.


fremont.com [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.


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