Vaughn Greene Funeral Services to Open Family Fellowship Pavilion

By: Vaughn Greene Funeral Services
Wednesday, May 3, 2017

New, State-of-the Art Repast Hall Will Bring Guests Together to Celebrate Life

Baltimore, Maryland – May 3, 2017 – Vaughn Greene Funeral Services has announced the upcoming opening of a beautiful new repast hall, the Family Fellowship Pavilion, conveniently located on the campus of their Randallstown facility at 8728 Liberty Road. Slated to open in November, the spacious hall will accommodate up to 250 guests in a comfortable, well-appointed setting.

As a leader in the community, Vaughn Greene Funeral Services and its devoted staff take their role seriously and they are always seeking opportunities to make a difficult time less trying for the families they serve. The Family Fellowship Pavilion will enable guests to share comfort and fellowship without the burden of handling meal preparation following the funeral service. The Pavilion will offer delicious, professionally-catered fare with a variety of menu options and affordable packages to choose from, or guests can supply their own food and beverages. On-site parking and a state-of-the art AV system will also be available.

“We believe the gathering of family and friends over a meal after the funeral service is a very important part of the healing process,” said Vaughn C. Greene, President of Vaughn Greene Funeral Services.  “This kind of fellowship gives people the chance to share fond memories, find comfort, and celebrate the life of their loved one. It’s our hope that enjoying a repast together at our Family Fellowship Pavilion will provide guests with a positive experience and help them through their time of grief.”

About Vaughn Greene Funeral Services: For more than 20 years, Vaughn Greene Funeral Services has been providing a ministry of care to Baltimore’s African American community. As a leading local, minority- and family-owned provider, we promise to provide our highest level of service and respect to families who entrust us to honor their loved one. For more information, please call us at 410-655-0015 or visit us online at www.VaughnCGreene.com.

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