Friday, July 12 2019 14:48
Alexandr Avanesov

In Russia a businessman from Yerevan, who distributed bread for free,  passed away 

In Russia a businessman from Yerevan, who distributed bread for free,  passed away 

ArmInfo. A businessman from Yerevan, Mamud Shavershyan, passed away, the Russian  "Region online" website reported.

He became widely known after the media reported that the man moved  from Armenia and  distributed bread for free to pensioners and the  poor free of charge. Information about the death of a businessman  said a resident of the Strunino city Mikhail Dementiev on his page on  Facebook. "I informed, how Russian grandmothers were wailing on him,  and how a Tajik guy could barely hold back tears upon learning of  Mamud's death. A man who could quietly, without much publicity, help  people, passed away," added Dementiev.

For more than ten years he distributed bread, did it without  advertising. "He did this not for letters, not for being called to  the stage on the day of the city. He was not a public person. He just  fulfilled the precept of his grandfather - to help those who live  worse than you," added Dementiev.

According to media reports, the free bread was distributed by Gazelle  .The man himself moved to Russia about 25 years ago, he previously  worked as an engineer, until he went into business and opened a  grocery store. He began to print retirees coupons for free bread in  his store. 

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