Mikhail Grigoryan

WESTFIELD – Mikhail (Misha) Grigoryan, 77, (March 20,1944 – September 6,2021) better known by his Russian nickname, Misha went home to see our Lord Jesus Christ on September 6th, 2021 at 1pm. Born March 20th, 1944 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, son of Emma Grigoryan and Nikolai Pechevisty, he was an engineer, a pastor, husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather. Mikhail Grigoryan joins his wife Erma Grigoryan after 53 years of marriage. Erma went to be with the Lord on August 11th, 2021.
Misha leaves behind his son Karen Grigoryan with wife Tamara Grigoryan of Westfield, his daughter Karine Miltimore with husband Kyle Miltimore of Westfield, 8 grandchildren: Angela Paine, Nigel Paine, Emma Miltimore, Yana Okhrimenko, Roxana Okhrimenko, Eric Grigoryan, David Grigoryan, Samuel Grigoryan, 11 great grandchildren, and many close relatives and friends. Misha served God faithfully. He loved reading books and quotations, nature, gardening, cinematography and photography, hosting friends and family, and preaching God’s Word. Misha was dedicated to working hard and played an instrumental role in raising his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

While living in Kazakhstan, before immigrating to the United States, Misha took a leading role in starting a medical clinic, a Christian school and a new branch of a local church. He loved God dearly and brought many people to Christ. If there is one question Misha would have liked to ask it is this, “Like a mist, this life will soon come to an end. Do you know where your soul will be after?”. If you would like to know more about salvation and eternal life please visit the Westfield Evangelical Free Church website at Services are broadcast online and pastors can be reached for counseling and guidance.
“For God so loved the world that He gave his only begotten Son so whoever believes in Him will not perish but have eternal life.” – John 3:16
We would like to thank multiple friends and family members who prayed for us and took care of Misha and his family during this difficult time. We ask that any donations go toward the ministry that Misha started in Kazakhstan. You can give to the ministry at with a note to send all collected funds to the Kazakhstan clinic, school and church that Misha founded.

Misha’s funeral service will be broadcast live at Burial ceremony was September 9, at St. Mary’s Cemetery, 203 Southampton Rd., Westfield, MA.

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