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FUNERAL

Sharing The Moment

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CREMATION

Embracing New Traditions

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CEMETERY

A Sanctuary For The Living

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Meet Our Staff

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Christa Blasko
Director of Cemeteries

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Becky Tully
Location Manager

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Bridget Orr
Administrative Assistant

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Cindy Smith
Family Service Advisor

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Mike Scharver
Family Service Advisor

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Tammy Conley
Accounting Manager

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Don Goncy
Operations Manager

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James Stein
Outreach Manager

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Robert Davis
Labor Foreman

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Gary Downard
Family Environmental Specialist

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Terry Harris
Family Environmental Specialist

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Mission Programs

Our mission is to provide guidance and wisdom on end of-life services. While we do charge for our services in what has become a very commercial industry, we are committed as a charity to offer innovative programs that provide financial assistance, free options, and programs to meet the needs of our faith community.

Remembrance Program
Mother Teresa Program
Family Heritage Program
Precious Lives Program

Calvary Cemetery

History

Calvary Cemetery was established in 1904 and the first burial took place October 8th, 1905 for Rev. John Burkel in the Priest section of the cemetery. Forty-five of the ninety acres of land have been developed which leaves an abundance of space for us to continue to use in the future. Originally part of the Diocese of Cleveland, Calvary joined the Diocese of Youngstown in 1949 and has been faithfully serving the Diocesan parishes and its families in the Stark County area ever since.

When you enter the grounds, you’ll encounter a beautiful park-like entrance that features several 200+ year-old oak trees. This invokes an air of calm and peace as you continue through into the heart of the cemetery. Further into the cemetery, you’ll find various touchpoints of the Catholic faith, including a section featuring monuments that depict the Stations of the Cross. The cemetery also holds a Cremorial Garden which features in-ground niche spaces for cremated remains arranged around a granite bench.

In addition to the acres of burial lots, Calvary Cemetery houses three mausoleums and two columbaria. The first mausoleum opened in 1929 and the first entombment was on August 7th of that year. Since that time Calvary has added two more mausoleums. The Chapel Mausoleum, built in 1997, contains a quiet, tranquil,indoor spacewith glass-front or granite frontniches as well as granite front crypt spaces.Committals and services are held here. The outside walls contain granite front niches and crypts as well. A special feature on the eastern outside wall of the mausoleum is the All Souls Remembrance crypt which provides free placement of cremated remains on consecrated grounds to people of all faiths.Our St. Michael/St. Joan of Arc Community Mausoleum, built in 2004, is named after two local parishes. This mausoleum features outside granite front crypts and niches. Not far from the mausoleums are two columbaria built in 2005 and 2011 and featuring granite front niches for cremated remains.

Calvary Cemetery provides options for traditional ground burials, cremation niches, cremation burials, mausoleum crypts, and family estates. We at Calvary Cemetery are privileged and honored to be entrusted with your loved ones.

Calvary Cemetery was established in 1904 and the first burial took place October 8th, 1905 for Rev. John Burkel in the Priest section of the cemetery. Forty-five of the ninety acres of land have been developed which leaves an abundance of space for us to continue to use in the future. Originally part of the Diocese of Cleveland, Calvary joined the Diocese of Youngstown in 1949 and has been faithfully serving the Diocesan parishes and its families in the Stark County area ever since.

When you enter the grounds, you’ll encounter a beautiful park-like entrance that features several 200+ year-old oak trees. This invokes an air of calm and peace as you continue through into the heart of the cemetery. Further into the cemetery, you’ll find various touchpoints of the Catholic faith, including a section featuring monuments that depict the Stations of the Cross. The cemetery also holds a Cremorial Garden which features in-ground niche spaces for cremated remains arranged around a granite bench.

In addition to the acres of burial lots, Calvary Cemetery houses three mausoleums and two columbaria. The first mausoleum opened in 1929 and the first entombment was on August 7th of that year. Since that time Calvary has added two more mausoleums. The Chapel Mausoleum, built in 1997, contains a quiet, tranquil,indoor spacewith glass-front or granite frontniches as well as granite front crypt spaces.Committals and services are held here. The outside walls contain granite front niches and crypts as well. A special feature on the eastern outside wall of the mausoleum is the All Souls Remembrance crypt which provides free placement of cremated remains on consecrated grounds to people of all faiths.Our St. Michael/St. Joan of Arc Community Mausoleum, built in 2004, is named after two local parishes. This mausoleum features outside granite front crypts and niches. Not far from the mausoleums are two columbaria built in 2005 and 2011 and featuring granite front niches for cremated remains.

Calvary Cemetery provides options for traditional ground burials, cremation niches, cremation burials, mausoleum crypts, and family estates. We at Calvary Cemetery are privileged and honored to be entrusted with your loved ones.

How May We Help You Today?

Immediate Need Advanced Planning