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Malloy Esposito Crematory & Funeral Home. Affordable Cremations & Burials North Olmsted OH.

Just a short commute from North Olmsted OH., on W 117th St., Malloy Esposito has been helping North Olmsted residents save on final arrangements by providing affordable cremations & burials. For 36 years, area families, and veterans have come to us for affordable, sensitive and simple direct cremations and burials. We offer North Olmsted residents an affordable alternative to expensive traditional funerals by providing direct low cost cremations and burials. 

We believe in educating the consumer, which is why we tell you our price up-front, hopefully simplifying the process and helping you to understand what sets us apart. Our on-site crematory, inexpensive caskets, urns, and our unprecedented commitment to service ensures that you get exceptional value for the best price. We encourage you browse our site, get a quote, educate yourself and call us to ask any questions, we are available 24 hours a day.

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History of North Olmsted OH

The land that became North Olmsted was originally part of the Connecticut Western Reserve in the Northwest Territory, then was purchased by the Connecticut Land Company in 1795.

In 1806, the vast tract of land comprising present-day North Olmsted, Olmsted Falls and Olmsted Township was purchased for $30,000 by Aaron Olmsted, a wealthy sea captain. In 1815, David Johnson Stearns of Vermont was followed by other pioneers from New England who established a settlement in the wilderness.

Earliest records show the area was called Kingston. In 1823 the people organized into a township called Lenox.

On March 1, 1931, the Village of North Olmsted started the historical North Olmsted Municipal Bus Line one of the first and one of the oldest municipal transit systems in the United States which was in operation for over 74 years until March 20, 2005; when it was absorbed into the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority GCRTA; the countywide agency for Cuyahoga County, Ohio.

On March 24, 1966, the Great Northern Theatre opened at Great Northern Shopping Center in North Olmsted. This was one of the first and few Cinerama Theatres in Ohio and had a gold colored curtain in front of the long 90 foot screen in a very large auditorium with 1,346 seats. It was closed in 2000 due to new cinemas that were added in Westlake, Ohio by Regal Cinemas.

Direct Cremation


  • Transportation of deceased
  • Basic services of Funeral Director and Staff
  • Cremation

Direct Burial


  • Transportation of deceased
  • Basic services of Funeral Director and Staff
  • Arrangements and transportation to the cemetery

Cemeteries in North Olmsted, OH

Sunset Memorial Park

6265 Columbia Rd
North Olmsted, OH. 44070
Phone: (440) 777-0450