Located on the west side of Cleveland at 15784 Pearl Road, Cleveland, Ohio.

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Whether making cremation plans for the future or looking for a funeral home for an immediate need, Elyria families have come to count on the professionalism and dedication to service from Cleveland Cremation. We pride ourselves on helping families through difficult times, so we are accessible to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To get ahold of us any time of the day or night, call (440) 238-1200. Or, you can click on the online chat feature 24/7 at www.clevelandcremation.com.

We have many options to choose from — everything from simple, worry-free cremation to traditional funeral and church services. In addition, as an elite Veterans Funeral Care provider, we are honored to offer veteran cremation services, including military honors, to those who served our country. Please feel free to call (440) 238-1200 anytime, or take advantage of our chat service to make your cremation arrangement online.

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Elyria, OH   44035, 44036, 44039, 44074

Elyria is a city in the state of Ohio and the county seat of Lorain County. The municipality is located in northeastern Ohio at the forks of the Black River. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 54,533. The city is named for its founder, Heman Ely. The city is home to Lorain County Community College. The college is located at 1005 Abbe Road North and can be reached at 800-995-5222.

Elyria was founded in 1817 by Heman Ely, who built a log house, dam, gristmill, and sawmill the land he owned. Ely began to build more houses to accommodate immigrating settlers. By the time. Ely died in 1852, Elyria had 5 churches, 3 grocery stores, 3 flourmills, a newspaper, and a population of more than 1,500. In the 1900s arrived, Elyria was a small town of about 8,000. In 1908, Elyria Memorial Hospital was built and has since evolved into an award-winning regional healthcare system. In August 1967, at the peak of Elyria’s population, Midway Mall was opened and changed the face of the local economy as local businesses either moved into the mall or closed down. Meanwhile, 3 major car plant closings in the area lead to economic stagnation and joblessness in the 1970s and 80s that affected communities throughout the region.

You can find out more information and phone numbers for Elyria, OH by going to the city’s website.



Hospitals in Elyria, OH

Elyria Memorial Hospital
630 East River Street
Elyria, Ohio 44035
(440) 329-7500



Hospices in Elyria, OH

Hospice of Western Reserve
3173 North Ridge Road
Elyria, Ohio 44110


New Life Hospice
5255 North Abbe Road
Elyria, Ohio 44053



Cemeteries in Elyria, OH

Brookdale Cemetery
41600 Oberlin Road
Elyria, Ohio 44035


Ridgelawn Cemetery
Elyria, Ohio 44035


St. Mary’s Cemetery
7284 Lake Avenue
Elyria, Ohio 44035



Businesses in Elyria, OH

Midway Mall
3343 Midway Mall Road
Elyria, Ohio 44035


Downtown Elyria, Ohio 44035

Historic Downtown Elyria is located between two branches of the Black River and features two gorgeous parks – Ely Square and the Twin Falls Riverwalk. Downtown Elyria is a true town square complete with a historic Civil War statue and cannon, a Veterans Memorial and quaint community gazebo. The Downtown Commercial District boosts of independently owned businesses, retailers and restaurants that are unique in providing a small town atmosphere for the ultimate shopping and dining experience. In Downtown Elyria, you can find a quaint atmosphere where there are small shops and restaurants.