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marketing executive , United Nations official

Set Charles Momjian, American marketing executive, United Nations official. Named Man of Year, Knights of Vartan, 1977, 79; decorated Order of Holy Sepulchre, Knight of Cilicia.


Momjian, Set Charles was born on April 9, 1930 in Atlantic City. Son of Charles and Julia Momjian.


Student, LaSalle College, 1952. Graduate, Charles Morris Price School Advertising and Journalism, 1954. Doctor of Laws, Haigazian College.


Advertising and public relations Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, 1952-1957. Director public relations Radio Corporation of America, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, 1957-1959. Advertising and public relations Philco-Ford, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, 1959-1974.

Domestic and international marketing executive Ford Aerospace, Washington, since 1974. United States representative to United Nations, New York City, 1978-1979, to United Nations Commission on Human Rights, Geneva, since 1979.


Member President's Commission on the Holocaust. Vice chairman Ellis Island Restoration Commission. Member advisory board Stanford University, Columbia University, Franklin Institute.

Board directors Friends of Philadelphia Museum Art, Afro-American Museum and Study Center, Balch Institute, Armenian Sisters Academy, Armenian Missionary Association American. National chairman endowment Brandywine Museum. Trustee National Symphony Orchestra.

Board directors National Institute on Holocaust, National Center for Urban Affairs, International League for Human Rights. Advisory board Capitol Childrens Museum Served with United States Army, 1948-1950. Member of Huntingdon Valley, Country, Poor Richard, Ephemera, Union League, Philibion.


Married Joan Annette Reed, November 26, 1959. Children– Bruce Jon-Charles, Christopher Reed.

Charles Momjian

Julia Momjian

Joan Annette Reed

Bruce Jon-Charles Momjian

Christopher Reed Momjian