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Stockings for Soldiers and Shelters

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A Word of Thanks from our Scholarship Recipients

In 2017, DeJohn Funeral Homes provided five $500 scholarships to high school students of merit as they continue their higher education through the Ross Sr. & Carmella DeJohn Five Star Education Scholarship. Last year, the Ross Sr. & Carmella DeJohn Five Star Education Scholarship was awarded to Stephen Blauch of Chardon High School (attending Ohio State University, Engineering); Garrett Scolos of Kenston High School (attending University of Virginia, Public Health/Pre Med); Marilyn Moyer Continue reading

Meet Our Staff: Sherri DiPietro

Sherri DiPietro has been helping families through the loss of their beloved pets at DeJohn Pet Services since 2010. Her passion for animals and connecting with families helps makes the difference when you are grieving the loss of your pet. As a pet parent, Sherri and our Pet Loss Professionals that help guide you through the options to create a meaningful tribute and memorial that is unique to the life you shared with your pet. “We go above and beyond simple private cremation. We help Continue reading

Experience the Healing Power of Reiki

Are you stressed? Do you feel as though some bad energy has wrapped itself around you and is holding you back from your potential? Are you looking for a refreshed and rejuvenated state of mind? If YES – then consider joining us for an upcoming Reiki Clinic at the DeJohn Funeral Homes & Celebrations Center, 12811 Chillicothe Road in Chesterland. Each month we welcome the community to join our Reiki therapists as they share their expertise to help adults and children refresh their universal Continue reading

Fall Bereavement Series, 2017

Our Fall Bereavement series will begin on Wednesday, October 4th. This six-week bereavement series support group is for those working through the process of grief. It is open to all adults. Bereavement Series Dates: Wednesdays, October 4 – November 15 Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm at DeJohn Funeral Homes & Crematory 28890 Chardon Road ~ Willoughby Hills, Oh If interested in learning more about our bereavement series and grief support, contact us at 440-516-5555.   "Skill, Continue reading

Congratulations 2017 Scholarship Winners

Ross & Carmella DeJohn Five Star Education Scholarship In 1993, the DeJohn family in conjunction with their family owned funeral home, DeJohn Funeral Homes, established the scholarship in honor of Ross Sr. & Carmella’s dedication to education. Ross Sr. served as Mayor of Mayfield Heights for over 28 years and during that time was very supportive of all school related issues including his support in many school levies. The DeJohn’s wanted to give back to the community and what better Continue reading

Magic & Coco at Career Day in Eastlake

Last week, Magic & Coco visited students at Longfellow Elementary School in Eastlake for Career Day while Ross DeJohn Jr. talked about the benefits Therapy Dogs can provide to children, adults and seniors in the community. While on the job, Magic & Coco give comfort and emotional support to families served at DeJohn Funeral Homes as well as to the individuals at local hospitals, nursing homes, hospices and children's facilities they frequently visit around Northeast Ohio. As Continue reading

Grief Dinner Club

Our monthly dinner club is a great opportunity to find fellowship, connect with other individuals and families that have recently experienced loss, share life stories, or keep in touch with old - and new - friends. Our dinner club is open to anyone including families from our DeJohn Funeral Home Bereavement Support Groups. Tuesday, May 30 at 6:30 p.m. at Mario Fazio’s Restaurant (34400 Chardon Road in Willoughby Hills) Please register to attend by Wednesday, May 24. NOTE: There is no Continue reading

Patty DeJohn: Aftercare Services

  Life can be hard. . . Seeking help for life's changes and challenges can be even harder. Demands come at us in every possible form. From huge, life-changing events to small annoying daily hassles, stress adds up and starts weighing you down. We want you to know you are not alone in this process. We are here to with you every step of the way. Our Spring Bereavement Support Group will be starting on May 1st. Continue reading