Pokrova Ukrainian
Catholic Cemetery Memorials

Kotecki Memorials Proudly Serves Ukrainian Community In Parma

On July 21, 1973, the foundation meeting of a new parish in Parma was held. According to organizational records, it was decided that night to create a traditional Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church adopting the name, “Protection of the Blessed Virgin”. Pokrova Ukrainian Catholic Church was formed.

The church would later establish a parish cemetery within the 35-acre property.  Kotecki Family Memorials has proudly served all Parma-area the Ukrainian churches  including St. Josaphat (1959), St. Andrew (1972), and Pokrova (1973).

Pokrova Ukrainian
Catholic 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 Pokrova Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery. Our team is knowledgeable and experienced in the cemetery’s standards for memorial styles, granite colors, monument inscriptions, and gravesite preservation.

In 1979
Serving The Community
of Pokrova Ukrainian
Catholic Church.
Custom Ukrainian Memorials
Five Generations Of Kotecki Family Service.
Styles And Designs
Many Custom Options Including
Ukrainian Monument Engraving
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Pokrova Ukrainian
Catholic Cemetery
- Parma, Ohio

Established in the state of Ohio in 1973, Pokrova Ukrainian Catholic Church and Cemetery stand as a strong representative of the faith community of Ukrainian Catholics in Parma.

  • Street Address: 6812 Broadview Road
  • City: Parma, Ohio
  • County: Cuyahoga
  • Established: 1979
  • Memorials: 243 *