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Khosrow Alasvandian

April 28, 1952 ~ June 10, 2017 (age 65)

Khosrow “Al” Alasvandian, age 65, of Oviedo, Fl., passed away unexpectedly on June 10, 2017. He was a successful businessman, most recently the owner of two 7-Eleven convenience stores in Winter Park, located on Howell Branch and Lee Roads. He earned his BS degree in Civil Engineering in a joint program from Florida A&M University and Florida State University in Tallahassee, and began a career as an entrepreneur and businessman that culminated with his success as a top franchisee for 7-Eleven. Mr. Alasvandian is survived by his loving and dedicated wife of 38 years, Nasrin Bahadori; who was his business partner and responsible for creating a close-knit family atmosphere for their two children who were the pride and joy of his life. Mr. Alasvandian was treated to a gourmet meal after every long day of work that small businessmen must endure to stay successful, and also was joined by an extended family of relatives and friends who were always welcomed to enjoy Nasrin’s gourmet cooking and Khosrow’s hospitality, contagious sense of humor, and thoughtful and animated discourse. Mr. Alasvandian was very excited and proud that his youngest child, his son Nickon, is in the final stages of earning his Bachelor of Science degree to pursue a career in the field of medical health care. Nickon displayed the dedication, focus, and academic excellence that a proud father appreciated. Mr. Alasvandian lived his life to watch his children fulfill some of their dreams, and Nickon succeeded at building the academic base in which to pursue a successful career. His daughter, Ayda (Alasvandian) Kapsales, is a graduate of both the University of Florida (The Levin School of Law) and the University of Central Florida where she was a Bright Futures Scholar. Ayda is a practicing attorney at the Law Offices of Smith & Kurbatova where she practices criminal defense, immigration, and family law. Prior to joining the firm, she practiced in public service for the State of Florida in the areas of criminal defense and dependency law, providing her clients with strong and passionate legal representation. This past February, Mr.Alasvandian presented his daughter’s hand in marriage to Peter J. Kapsales, also an attorney, in a splendid ceremony at the Waldolf-Astoria at Bonnet Creek in which Nickon was one of the groomsmen. Mr. Alasvandian was excited to add a son-in-law as a new member to his family and treated him as his own. Mr. Alasvandian celebrated life starting where he was born: in Masjid-e-Soleiman, Iran. He was the son of the late Ali Morad Alasvandian and the late Shahnessa Emami. He is survived by a large extended family, including his brother, Kazem Alasvandian of Winter Springs, his sister, Nahid Alasvandian of Altamonte Springs, and his cousin, Ali Emami of Ocoee and his family. Additionally, he has many loving brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews and cousins living abroad. The family will be receiving friends Wednesday, June 14, 2017 from 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM at Collison Family Funeral Home. Interment will immediately follow at Drawdy Rouse Cemetery. Arrangements are entrusted to the Collison Family Funeral Home at 3806 Howell Branch Road, Winter Park, Fl., 32792, phone (407) 678-4500.

 Service Information

June 14, 2017

1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Collison Family Funeral Home & Crematory
3806 Howell Branch Rd
Winter Park, FL 32792

June 14, 2017

4:30 PM
Drawdy Rouse Cemetery
4050 Rouse Rd.
Orlando, FL 32817

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