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Patrick Z. Sarkisian presented with Community Service Award

Patrick Z. Sarkisian (photo/submitted)

Rutland – The Massachusetts House of Representatives recently presented Patrick Z. Sarkisian with a Community Service Award in recognition of 50 years as an outstanding business leader and his dedicated service to the community.

Sarkisian was honored at a dinner hosted by his family Dec. 22, 2012, and was presented with the award by State Rep. Kimberly N. Ferguson.

Sarkisian founded the company in 1962, focusing exclusively on building, remodeling and home improvement projects. Today the company remains dedicated to providing a full range of building services for homeowners in Central Massachusetts by providing a comprehensive, seamless package of disciplines, including extensive experience in the building industry and close attention to detail.

“Our business principles are based on very traditional values; integrity, competency and client satisfaction,?” Sarkisian said.

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2 Comments for “Patrick Z. Sarkisian presented with Community Service Award”

  1. Congratulations to Patrick Z. Sarkisian for winning such award. You really deserve it.

  2. Congrats Patrick you deserve the award. Hope your countrymen also will proud of you as a winner on this award. Cheers!

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