Woodvale Union Cemetery

Woodvale Union Cemetery is a historic, union cemetery owned and operated jointly by the cities of Middleburg Heights and Berea in Ohio. Situated at the corner of Engle Road and Fowles Road in the City of Middleburg Heights, we are ideally located near the Lake Metro Park walking trail. Consisting of 50 acres, thirty five developed, our cemetery offers a variety of sections from which to choose from.

Woodvale Union Cemetery continues to dedicate itself in providing families alternative burial options in addition to the traditional and cremation in- ground burial options. Inquire about above ground cremation burial options and Veteran’s Section by contacting the office for further information.

Woodvale Union Cemetery respects families of all faiths and all communities to learn more about our rich history visit the “History” section of our website.

About Woodvale

Woodvale Union Cemetery is a historic, union cemetery owned and operated jointly by the cities of Middleburg Heights and Berea in Ohio.  Situated at the corner of Engle Road and Fowles Road in the City of Middleburg Heights, we are ideally located near the Lake Metro Park walking trail.  Consisting of 50 acres, thirty five developed, our cemetery offers a variety of sections from which to choose from.

Woodvale Union Cemetery continues to dedicate itself in providing families alternative burial options in addition to the traditional and cremation in- ground burial options. Inquire about above ground cremation burial options and Veteran’s Section by contacting the office for further information.

Woodvale Union Cemetery respects families of all faiths and all communities to learn more about our rich history visit the “History” section of our website.

Our History

Woodvale Cemetery began as one half acre of farm land, donated by Fred G. Klink (1835-1858) in the 1850’s. Mr. Klink died in 1858, at the age of 22, and was buried in that small section of his property. It is the oldest marked grave at Woodvale Cemetery. The early graves are in the higher sections of the cemetery, marked Sections A and B, along Engle Road. In 1876, Frank M. Stearns (1832-1911) suggested that the unnamed cemetery be called Woodvale, after the wooded vale beside it.

Garden of Angel Columbarium

Serving families of all communities and faiths for over 150 years

Constructed of granite and contains 72 niche spaces holding up to 2 urns. Placed in a park like setting.

Contact us for more information at: 440-826-3455 or by email: info@woodvalecemetery.com

We are available for at-need or pre-need arrangements

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