Woodvale Cemetery Memorials
Historic 1850s Cemetery Serving Middleburg Heights And Berea
Early prominent family names are represented at Woodvale Cemetery including Sprague, Sheldon, and Sterns to name a few. With over 9,000 memorials, many notable community members are interred at the cemetery. Among those memorialized are John Baldwin, educator and founder of Baldwin Wallace College.
Also known as “Woodvale Union Cemetery”, the park holds the memorials of many soldiers representing the United States military.
The cemetery is located at the intersection of Engle and Fowles Roads in Middleburg Heights. It also is joined on it’s western boarder by Big Creek Parkway of the Cleveland Metroparks.
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 Woodvale Cemetery. Our team is knowledgeable and experienced in the cemetery’s standards for memorial styles, granite colors, monument inscriptions, and gravesite preservation.
Woodvale Cemetery - Middleburg Heights, Ohio
Also known as the Woodvale Union Cemetery, this southwest suburban park was established in the 1850s. Currently, the grounds cover approximately 40 acres and serve the communities of Middleburg Heights and Berea.
- Street Address: 7535 Engle Road
- City: Middleburg Heights, Ohio
- County: Cuyahoga
- Established: 1850
- Memorials: 9,046 *
Helpful Links For Creating A Custom Memorial With Kotecki
WOODVALE CEMETERY LINKS:
Below are links to notable memorials or reference material:
- MEMORIAL : Albert Edward Baesel – WW1 Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient
- MEMORIAL: John Baldwin – Educator And Founder Of Baldwin Wallace College.
OTHER LOCAL CEMETERIES: