Gregory Hintlian Memorial Golf Tournament will tee off on Monday, June 19, at the Marlborough Country Club

The Gregory Hintlian Memorial Golf Tournament, sponsored by Holy Trinity Armenian Church of Greater Boston, will tee off on Monday, June 19, at the beautiful Marlborough Country Club in Marlborough MA.   This year, Holy Trinity Church will be remembering Gerry Ajemian, a leader and respected member of Holy Trinity Church and the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America, and a great supporter of Holy Trinity’s annual golf tournament.

All are invited for a day of golf or just for dinner and a fun, social evening.  Registration is 9:30 a.m., “Shot Gun” is 11:00 a.m., and dinner is at 5:00 p.m., casual dress.  The Player’s Fee is $175.00 which includes hospitality (9:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m.), Lunch (at the 9th Hole), Dinner, Green and Cart Fees, Prizes and Gifts.  There are Men and Women Divisions, make your own foursomes or we will place you.  Golfers are limited to 128 players.  Dinner only is $50.00 per person.  Tournament sponsorships are available.  Platinum is $2,500 (includes 4 players), Gold is $2,000 (includes 3 players), Silver is $1,500 (includes 2 players), Bronze is $1,000 (includes 1 player) and a Supporter level is available for $500.  Tee sponsorships are $100 per tee.  For further information or to register, log onto, or call the Holy Trinity Church Office, 617.354.0632.  Registration deadline is Monday, June 12.

“Holy Trinity’s Golf Tournament this year recognizes devotion and leadership,” states Fr. Vasken A. Kouzouian, Pastor of Holy Trinity Church.  “Both Greg Hintlian and Gerry Ajemian were leaders within their personal careers, but also brought these skills into the life of our parish.  This year, we are honoring two very dear men.  They were family men who loved their immediate families and their church family.  Both Greg and Gerry were instrumental in guiding our parish onto solid ground for many years.  This Golf Tournament is one lasting example of their vision and foresight.  I look forward to honoring their commitment and lives on June 19 at the Marlborough Country Club.  Holy Trinity Armenian Church is blessed to have had these two parishioners among our membership.”

Remembering Gerry Ajemian

Throughout his life, Gerry Ajemian was devoted to the Armenian Church. He was a member of the Building Committee (from 1960 to 1964) of the St. Gregory the Illuminator Church in Chicago, Illinois. After moving to the Boston area, Gerry was a dedicated member and strong supporter of Holy Trinity Armenian Church for over forty years and served the Church in many capacities. He was a member of the Board of Trustees of the Holy Trinity Trust Fund for 27 years (1978-2005), chairing it for his last six years (1999-2005). He served as a Diocesan Delegate for 23 years, from 1992 to 2015. He was also a dedicated supporter of the Erevan Choral Society for many years. Every year, Gerry looked forward to putting together a foursome to participate in the Gregory Hintlian Memorial Tournament. Gerry passed away on October 27, 2015.

Gregory Hintlian

Greg Hintlian, a dedicated member and supporter of the Holy Trinity Armenian Church and an avid golfer, was instrumental in establishing the Golf Tournament to raise funds for Holy Trinity Church. He served on Holy Trinity’s Parish Council for six years, five of those years as treasurer, and was a member of the Stewardship Committee. He and his brother Aram, ran the Country Store for many years at the Church’s Annual Christmas Bazaar, a tradition that continues today. Greg passed away on July 22, 2002. The Church subsequently renamed the Golf Tournament in his memory.


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