Viewing planned Tuesday for Harford County shooting victim

A viewing will be held Tuesday for Enis Mrvoljack, one of the three men killed in a workplace shooting in Harford County last week.

March Funeral Homes will hold the viewing from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. Tuesday at 4300 Wabash Ave. in West Baltimore. Mrvoljak’s body will then be returned to his native Bosnia-Herzegovina for a funeral service and burial.

Mrvoljack, 48, was one of three men who died when co-worker Radee L. Prince allegedly opened fire at Advanced Granite Solutions in Edgewood last Wednesday morning, according to police.

Jose “Oscar” Hidalgo Romero, who also was fatally shot, was honored during a service at Edgewood Assembly of God Church on Friday. His body has been sent to El Salvador, where he is initially from, for burial, according to March Funeral Homes.

Funeral plans for a third victim fatally shot, Bayarsaikhan Tudev, 53, are incomplete. Tudev lived in Arlington, Va., and was a native of Mongolia.

Ron Cherry, an attorney representing Advanced Granite Solutions, said the company is assisting the families as they make arrangements for their loved ones. The company is working on the establishment of education funds for the employees’ children as well, he said.

“The company is doing everything it can to try to help the families out,” Cherry said.

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