Contact: Paula Botkin at 216-831-6555 ext. 109
In our Jewish tradition, the manner in which we remember the dead is the truest measure of the quality of life. At our cemeteries, this tradition is the hallmark of how we care.
Committed to this belief, B’nai Jeshurun Congregation owns two cemeteries. Glenville Cemetery was dedicated in 1875 and is one of the oldest Jewish cemeteries in Cleveland. Chesterland Memorial Park was dedicated in 1973, and is known for its peaceful, park-like setting. In addition, B’nai Jeshurun has sections in Bet Olam Cemetery and Zion Memorial Park.
Members of B’nai Jeshurun Congregation have the opportunity to purchase rights to plots in any of our four cemeteries. There is a deep and abiding satisfaction in the knowledge that by providing in advance for this inevitable need, you have forever freed your family from the emotional and financial pressures surrounding an emergency purchase.
Bet Olam Cemetery
25796 Chagrin Boulevard
Located at the southwest corner of Chagrin Blvd. and Richmond Road.
Chesterland Memorial Park
11521 Chillicothe Road
East on Mayfield Road (Route 322) to Chillicothe Road (Route 306), turn left and proceed north 2 ½ miles. The grounds will appear on your right side just past the intersection of Mulberry Road.
13009 Shaw Avenue
North on Taylor Road to Euclid Avenue, left on Euclid to Shaw Avenue (the first traffic light), turn right on Shaw. The cemetery is immediately past the second overhead bridge, on your right.
Zion Memorial Park
5641 Northfield Road
From I-271 exit at Rockside Road, west to Northfield Road, turn right and right at first light.
The Cemeteries are open Sunday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. They will be closed early on Friday from November thru March. Our Cemeteries are closed every Saturday and on all Jewish Holidays.