Richard Charles Kratlian

March 13, 1952 - February 15, 2021
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Richard Charles Kratlian, 68, of Venice, FL, formerly of North Easton, MA, passed away Monday, February 15, 2021 at his home. Richard was born March 13, 1952 in Brooklyn, NY, the son of the late Aram and Isabel (Goshkagarian) Kratlian. Richard and his wife Margaret have resided in Venice, FL, where they moved in November 2013. Richard had been a resident of Chelmsford, Centerville (Cape Cod), and lastly North Easton, MA where he lived from 1985 to 2013 with their daughter Christina. Richard grew up in Teaneck, NJ. He attended Rutgers College majoring in Mathematics. Upon graduation, he was employed by TRW Credit Data, the national credit reporting agency, as a Supervisor of Data Services in Wakefield, MA. In 1985, Richard accepted a position of VP of Operations at Credit Data of New England and subsequently completed his high-tech MBA from Northeastern University. He later managed the Cambridge Consulting firm and Woburn Pharmaceutical firm’s IT systems and taught Management Information Systems as an adjunct professor at Stonehill College and Wheaton College.

In 2000, he and his wife Margaret acquired Assured Business Support Services, a medical billing company specializing in the mental health industry. The business has grown over the past 20 years and Margaret will continue running the business ongoing. 

Richard was an avid golfer, pickleball player, and percussionist in many musical organizations, including the Canton, MA Community Band, Southeastern Mass Wind Symphony, and North Port, FL Community Band. He served on the board of directors for the North Port Performing Arts Association as a member, Vice President, and then President for two years. He was an active Parish Council member of Holy Trinity Armenian Church in Cambridge, MA, and a member of St. Hagop Armenian Church in Pinellas Park, FL.

Richard leaves behind his loving and adorable wife, Margaret, of 45 years, his daughter, Dr. Christina Margaret Kratlian, son-in-law Dr. Andrew Charles Martina, brother Aram, sister-in-law Deborah, and nephew and niece Michael and Samantha. A private service will be held on Friday, February 19, followed by a burial in South Easton Cemetery, South Easton, MA.

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Born: March 13, 1952
Died: February 15, 2021

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David DerVartanian posted on 2/23/21

Marge, Sally and I are so sorry for your loss. Richard was a great guy. I will miss all the emails we traded back and forth. Please let me know if there is anything we can do during this difficult time. Sincerely, David & Sally


Helen Lousararian posted on 2/20/21

Marge and Christina, My deepest condolences to you on the loss of a wonderful husband and father. I have many fond memories of your family at Holy Trinity.


Bulzis Family posted on 2/19/21

We know Rich is looking down at his family and friends with love and affection. We pray that God keeps him as busy as he was here. Our prayers are with all his family members. Love, Lucille, Jimmy, Stephen, James, and Tori.


Doreen Bulzis posted on 2/19/21

Will always remember how happy Richie was at Christina and Andrew’s wedding. Pictures from that day will be precious. Richie will be missed by all. He was one of the good guys. RIP Doreen and Mark Bulzis


Arlene Terrasi posted on 2/19/21

Dear Margaret, So sorry to learn of Richard’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. Your cousin, Arlene and Mel Terrasi


Pam Lawlor posted on 2/18/21

My heartfelt sympathies . I worked with Rich at TRW and then Credit Data of New England. He was a great guy and an unbelievable resource to everyone. May he rest in eternal peace.