Polish National Catholic Cemetery Memorials

Kotecki Family Shows Service To Parma Community For Over A Century

The Greater Cleveland area was once a large community of service to the Polish National Catholic Church. In 1915, St. Mary’s was a mission church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. A church building was built at 3510 Broadview Road in Old Brooklyn and housed the congregation’s early masses.

During this same period, St. Mary’s burial park was established in Parma to serve the growing Polish community. Kotecki Family Memorials has been an authorized provider of Polish National Catholic Cemetery memorials for over a century.

The dedication of St. Mary’s new church in Parma took place on October 2, 1955 and was celebrated by the Right Reverend Joseph Lesniak.

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

Established Early 1900s
Historic Burial Park
Serving Polish Community
Over 1,800 Memorials
Five Generations Of Kotecki Family Service.
Styles And Designs
Many Custom Options Including
Unique Memorial Renderings
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Polish National
Catholic Cemetery
- Parma, Ohio


Also known as St. Mary’s Polish Catholic Cemetery, this southwest burial park serves the strong Polish population which has long been a part of the Parma community. Early gravesites date back to 1915.

  • Street Address: West 54th & Theota Avenue
  • City: Parma, Ohio
  • County: Cuyahoga
  • Established: Early 1900s
  • Memorials: 1,819 *