Visitation

Office Hours

Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (Resurrection Cemetery by appointment only)
CLOSED SUNDAY

Visitation Hours

(Seven days a week)
April 1 through October 31
7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
November 1 through March 31
7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m

2017 Holiday Schedule

Good Friday April 14, 2017 Offices Closed
Memorial Day May 29, 2017 8:30 am to 12:00 pm
Idependence Day July 4, 2017 Offices Closed
Labor Day September 4, 2017 Offices Closed
Thanksgiving Day November 23, 2017 Offices Closed
Christmas Eve December 24, 2017 Offices Closed
Christmas Day December 25, 2017 Offices Closed

Visitation Guidelines

Outdoor Cemetery Conditions: The Association uses its best efforts to maintain each cemetery in a safe and hazard free manner. There are many natural outdoor conditions and conditions inherent to a cemetery over which the Association has no control. The Association is not responsible for any and all personal injuries, including bodily injury, attributed to, but not limited to, the following conditions:

  • Natural outdoor conditions found in any open grassy area, any forested area or any area surrounding trees planted by the cemetery i.e. exposed roots.
  • The ground conditions created by the settling of graves, general ground maintenance and the placement of personal property on graves for memorialization.
  • The ground conditions that are created by the different forms of precipitation common to northeast Ohio, all of which create a variety of conditions on cemetery grounds, requiring visitors to use caution when walking the cemetery grounds.
  • Rain and/or melting snow may make the cemetery grounds wet and soft making it possible to sink when walking the grounds. The possibility of sinking is increased when stepping on a new grave that is saturated with water.
  • Ground which has been disturbed due to a recent interment or other ground work will settle creating a depression in the ground and making for uneven terrain. Visitors walking the grounds must walk with care to avoid stepping into such depressions.
  • Soft ground exists wherever there has been a recent interment in the ground or other work performed that has disturbed the ground. Soft ground is often the direct result of the cemetery carrying out its normal course of operations. The ground is disturbed in order to complete the interment of a deceased person or to perform some other work below the surface, then the loose dirt is placed back into the void. When the disturbed ground becomes wet due to precipitation or other factors i.e. watering grass seed, it becomes muddy and may not support a person's weight. It may also settle, creating a depression in the ground. A person stepping on the disturbed ground may sink.
  • Flush markers are generally polished slabs of granite set at ground level. Polished surfaces are usually slippery, and are more slippery when wet. Any precipitation or moisture, including watering the places of interment, will cause the flush markers to become wet and slippery. Frozen precipitation or moisture whether in the form of snow, ice or frost will cause the flush markers to become slippery.