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managing-the-cost-funeralChanges in the economy have affected nearly every part of life in today’s society, causing the prices of products and services to rise. Just like with most everything else, the cost of a funeral has also gone up. From the memorial service to the burial to the headstone, things can quickly add up, and you can find yourself going over budget fast.

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It can be hard to lose a family member or a friend you care a lot about. No matter what stage in life you are in, losing someone can evoke a great deal of sadness and pain. It’s important to know that these emotions and reactions are perfectly normal. Having spent a great deal of time in funeral homes, I have learned that there is no right or wrong way to grieve the loss of someone significant in your life. However, there are certain things you can do to move toward overcoming these feelings.

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Malloy Esposito Crematory StaffThank you to everyone who attended our second annual Walk to Remember! Over 1,600 people came to the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo to celebrate life and more than $115,000 was raised to support Hospice of the Western Reserve. All proceeds assist seriously ill patients and their families by providing compassionate services such as hospice care, grief counseling, pediatric palliative care, pet and art therapy, and caregiver support.


New this year was a scrapbooking table made available to honor loved one and to tell their story, in all its beauty and depth. These scrapbooks will be displayed as a traveling heartfelt memorial to loved ones at David Simpson Hospice House, Ames Family Hospice House and our office locations throughout Northern Ohio.

The Malloy-Esposito Funeral Home, and Malloy Memorial Crematory is pleased to announce that Catherine Morabith, a long-time Parma resident is serving her Funeral Director/Embalmer Apprenticeship with our firm. Catherine received her Bachelor of Mortuary Science Degree in January, 2012 and is a Certified Crematory Operator.  Before returning to school, Catherine had been a "stay-at-home" mom for over 20 years to Anthony, (a Senior at Baldwin Wallace University), Alana ( Junior at Mount Union University), and Cambria who just started her Sophomore year at Geneva College. Catherine has sincere compassion, respect for all, and the eagerness to serve. She has received a warm welcoming from our families, her desire to provide a positive experience matched with our affordable cremation and burial pricing, make us a nice fit for her. Our entire staff looks forward to working with Catherine for many years to come. - Aaron A. Esposito

thumbie funeral keepsakesLetting go of a family member or close friend is incredibly difficult. We want to keep for ourselves the look, the smile, the touch—the essence of the person we have loved. The reality of death, however, strips us of these connections. So we humans turn to “things” to help us remember the intangibles we have lost, to help us recreate the connections. These objects have come to be called keepsakes.

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