Community Opens Memorial Park's Newest Jewel, the Maloof Family Pavillion

Family, officials and the community gathered Friday in Veterans Memorial Park to open Veterans Memorial Park.

The St. Clair Shores community gathered Friday in Veterans Memorial Park to celebrate the opening of Maloof Family Pavilion and honor the benefactor who made it all possible.

Fred Maloof, the humble philanthropist and former owner of donated to build a pavilion in Veterans Memorial Park.

After nearly two months of construction, city officials, members of the community and Maloof's family opened the 40 by 60 foot pavilion in the park and directly west of the current band shell. The pavilion also feature a 12-foot illuminated archway to the Maloof Family Pavilion. The roof will provide cover for 30 picnic tables.

Dave Rubello October 13, 2012 at 10:12 AM
Great Coverage...Mr. Maloof leaves a great legacy
Jimmy October 13, 2012 at 11:11 AM
Wonderful addition to a great park. Mr Maloof is a wise and caring benefactor.
elizabeth nicosia October 13, 2012 at 11:16 PM
Thank you Fred Maloof for yet another fabulous contribution to help st Clair shores realtors show buyers the value and care our community can offer them. Many families looking to move consider this park a benefit with the many activities that take place there.
Chuck Hall October 14, 2012 at 01:53 PM
Fred Maloof and I came in contact years ago and I like many, purchased rings from him in his store on Mack ave. At the time my shop was blocks away and I was thrilled to hear of his plans to come to St. Clair Shores. As the years go by he has steadfastly shown his generosity to this city and in a lasting tribute to the many families like my own, My children's children will be able to enjoy the blessings he has bestowed upon the city that he so loves. Your a good man Fred and I am honored to have shared this dedication day with you and yours.
Kathleen Suydam October 15, 2012 at 03:41 PM
Words cannot express how much you have given back to a city that loves you - thank you so much Mr. Maloof!


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