Patrick D. Kaloustian of Augusta went to his eternal reward on March 27, 2016 after a long illness. \r\r\nHe was born in Chelsea, Ma. March 6, 1943 son of Zapoughon and Germaine Kaloustian. \r\r\nHe was a career musician who could play a multitude of instruments with notoriety from an early age in the Nite-Rockers, where he had a successful record still for sale today. He also was a member of the Sunny River band for 24 years and most recently with Generations band. He enjoyed being the solo pianist at Spruce Point Inn for many years. He was the choir director and organist at the Randolph United Methodist Church where he became a dedicated member. \r\r\nHe was an active member of Augusta area groups including Bethlehem lodge #35 Free and Accepted Masons, where he served as Secretary for many years, in addition to Scottish Rites, York Rites, and Kora Temple Shrine, and Maines first High Twelve Club as a charter member. He was a member of Augusta Elks, Calumet Club and the Cecilia Club who presented him the Musician of the Year award in 1999. His proudest civic achievement was the presentation of The National Jaycees Distinguished Service Award for the creation of the first Augusta parade and Fireworks Celebration the predecessor of Whatever Week. \r\r\nHe leaves behind his wife Mona (Pong Nam), his Daughter Joanne Mason and her husband Ken, son Paul Kaloustian his wife Holly. His children Keith Kaloustian, Christine Morrison, and Danial Kaloustian. 9 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. His brother Yann Kaloustian and his wife Maureen and his sister Josette Goff. Many nieces and nephews and his close friends John and Jeanette Lasso and the Kennebec Kidney center staff and friends with whom he spent the last nine years. \r\r\nA celebration for life will be held at the Randolph United Methodist Church Saturday April 2, 2016 at 4pm.