Talks about his family history in Fowler and relationship with his uncle, Leon S. Peters. He discusses how his father, Karnig and Leon purchased a ranch and started farming and how his uncle mentored him as a child. He talks about Leon S. Peters became involved in the Armenian American Citizens League and how he helped other immigrant Armenians.
He discusses how Leon S. Peters broke barriers by being the first Armenian to buy a house on Van Ness Avenue and the first to join a country club. He talks about how the Leon S. Peters Foundation has carried on his legacy of giving back to the community.