Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery Memorials

Marion Motley Among Those Memorialized At Bedford Heights Park

Attending McKinley High School in Canton, Marion Motley played football at Nevada College. He entered the National Football League, played for the Cleveland Browns from 1946 to 1953, and was named to the NFL’s 75th Anniversary All-Time Team. He is among those memorialized at Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery in Bedford Heights.

The cemetery was founded by prominent Cleveland businessman Albert H. Bramson. Of Jewish descent, Bramson also developed the Zion Memorial Park cemetery adjacent to the property. 

The cemetery is maintained by the Evergreen Memorial Park Association. Kotecki Family Memorials is an official headstone and marker designer to the cemetery.

Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery
Memorials Contact:

Kotecki Family Memorials
3636 Pearl Road, Cleveland
Showroom Hours:
MON-FRI:  9am-5pm
SAT:  9am-3pm

Contact: Edward Kotecki IV

Memorial Designs, Specifications And Standards

With a 125-year history, Kotecki Family Memorials has a long legacy as both a partner and provider of custom community memorials. The work of five generations of family members is well represented throughout the Northeast Ohio area including Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery. Our team is knowledgeable and experienced in the cemetery’s standards for memorial styles, granite colors, monument inscriptions, and gravesite preservation.

Established 1938
Local Resting Place
Sports And Entertainers
Over 1,700 Memorials
Five Generations Of Kotecki Family Service.
Styles And Designs
Many Custom Marker Options.
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Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery
Bedford Heights, Ohio


Established in 1938, Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery offers both traditional ground burial and burial of cremation remains. The cemetery sits adjoining Zion Memorial Park and is known as a final resting place for numerous sports and entertainment legends.

  • Street Address: 5505 Northfield Road
  • City: Bedford Heights, Ohio
  • County: Cuyahoga
  • Established: 1938
  • Memorials: 1,712 *