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Welcome to The Parma Area!

he Parma Area Chamber of Commerce is the proactive voice of its members, as well as the businesses and residential community. The Chamber promotes, encourages, and protects the development of professional, commercial, industrial, and general business interests of the area. For over 50 years, the Parma Area Chamber of Commerce has been welcoming visitors, new residents and providing forums for our member businesses to flourish. We collectively make a difference through partnerships with government, education and associate organizations to help make the tri-city area a better place to live, work and play. We continue to maintain a strong core membership, develop new programs and react to the everchanging economic and social environment.

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As an advocate for the business sector, the Chamber provides leadership and services to local businesses. The Chamber offers to promote its members’ businesses through a variety of opportunities, such as monthly luncheons, Business After Hours, and the Annual Mega Mixer which brings over 300 people from over 20 different chambers together for the largest networking event of the year. The Chamber of Commerce also takes a very active role in the community by supporting local students through an Annual Business Scholarship and the Don Reiman Pre-Law scholarship. The PACC is also host to the largest annual community event, the Rib ‘N Rock Rib Cook-Off. With support from local businesses, this family-friendly festival features a competition for best ribs and best sauce along with top-notch entertainment, rides and an array of ethnic foods. The Chamber serves the cities of Parma, Parma Heights and Seven Hills. Each city is conveniently located close to downtown Cleveland and area freeways. The three cities offer quality education, an array of shopping sites, numerous family parks, and varied recreational opportunities. The city of Parma, originally part of Parma Township which was created in 1826, is Cleveland’s largest suburb. Parma was incorporated in 1924 and officially became a city in 1931. Parma is home to Ukrainian Village and to Stearns Homestead, an actual

working farm within a city. General Motors, Parma Community Hospital, and Cuyahoga Community College make up the largest employers in Parma. In 1911 a portion of the original Parma Township seceded to form the Village of Parma Heights. Parma Heights is a city of fine suburban living, a great place to raise a family and a wonderful retirement community. Balancing all the needs of contemporary life, the town features beautiful churches, sound schools, recreation, and services designed for residents of all ages. Parma Heights celebrates their Centennial in 2011. Seven Hills, the five-square-mile town, is nestled between Parma and Independence. It is almost entirely residential and is famous for having a large number of parks. Virtually every house in the community is served by a close, local park which provides recreation opportunities such as basketball courts, tennis courts, walkways (including a hike/bike path that will link up to the Cuyahoga Valley Recreation Area), picnic areas, baseball, soccer and football fields, pavilions, sand volleyball courts and grilling capabilities. The Community Recreation Center offers a unique pool area and a wide variety of activities. Local residents take great pride in their city and enjoy the advantages of being able to work and live in a family-oriented community abounding with business opportunities. Recognizing the importance of a prosperous local economy to the community’s quality of life, we encourage your support of the many local businesses that helped make this publication possible. Please use this directory to discover the business, recreational and residential opportunities our area has to offer.  Give us a call at the Chamber if we can be of service. We hope you will utilize and enjoy the 2011 Parma Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory & Community Guide. Sincerely, Lisa Masotti Executive Director Parma Area Chamber of Commerce 2011 Parma Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory & Community Guide




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Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory & Community Guide This is an Image Builders Marketing Inc.™ Trademark Publication created and produced for the Parma Area Chamber of Commerce. Copyright © 2011, All rights reserved. Image Builders Marketing, Inc. 9780 Beechwood Drive North Royalton, Ohio 44133 440-346-4482 www.ImageBuildersMarketing.us To advertise in the next edition call: 440-346-4482 or email info@imagebuildersmarketing.us Additional copies are available at advertiser’s locations or at: The Parma Area Chamber of Commerce 7908 Day Drive Parma, Ohio 44129 440-886-1700 Or view online at: www.ParmaAreaChamber.org Publisher Bernice P. Kaldy Editor Laura Lakner Business Manager Mary Dodge Art Director/Project Manager Tammy Spear

Table of Contents 1 Welcome to Parma

20 Recreation

3 Community Overview

23 Parma Chamber of Commerce

6 Education 12 The Faces of Parma 15 Health & Wellness 16 Parma Hospital Celebrates 50 Years

24 Chamber Member Directory 32 Important Phone Numbers 33 Advertiser Index

COVER PHOTO - The Faces of Parma, see special section starting on page 12. First Row (seated left to right): Mary Hartman, Assistant to the President at the Tri-C Western Campus; Kristin Graham, Administrator of Holy Family Hospice; Janice Thomas, President of PSE Credit Union. Second Row (left to right): Joan Wenk, CEO & President, Creative Playrooms; Lisa Mason, Campus Director of Bryant & Stratton College; Dave Nedrich, President of the Parma Area Chamber of Commerce; Lisa Masotti, Executive Director of the Parma Area Chamber of Commerce; Chuck Germana, Cuyahoga County Councilman of District Four and Parma Mayoral Candidate; Laura Hannak, Jo Joe’s Automotive; Gerald Preseren, Executive Director of Constellation Schools. Third Row (left to right): Aaron E. Esposito, Chairman of the Board for the Parma Area Chamber of Commerce; Terry Deis, President of Parma Community General Hospital; Dan Barfell, Senior Pastor of Parma Heights Baptist Church; Dr. Patrick McCluskey, Timber Ridge Neck & Back Pain Clinic; Tom Peabody, Holy Family Home & Parma Area Chamber of Commerce Pride Award winner for ongoing philanthropic accomplishments in the community. Photo Location: Lobby of Parma Community General Hospital. Photographer: Andrea Bartel, Beverly David Photography.



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It’s a Wonderful Life in the Tri-city Area

t’s appropriate this year to highlight together three of the links on the chain of wonderful cities that make up the suburban necklace surrounding Cleveland. Parma, Parma Heights and Seven Hills each bring a unique, unmatched flavor to the area, yet all three of these magnificent cities share so much. From an impressive, state-of-the-art medical center and award winning school system to a dedicated residential population and highly regarded cluster of small businesses, these communities not only stand tall as one, they sparkle. Cornerstones of the community, like the now 50-year-old Parma Community General Hospital, have helped to keep this area solid for generations. While so many other medical centers

Clockwise from top left: Parma General Hospital. Gorgeous parks throughout Parma offer wonderful green space to the community. Children enjoy their time in the play area at Parmatown Mall. Photos courtesy of the City of Parma and Mamarazzi.

have transitioned to become a part of larger hospital systems, Parma Hospital remains the area’s only independent medical facility of its kind, keeping its focus directly on the community by offering personalized care that responds to the changing needs of the population it serves. Part of that has involved updating and expanding in crucial areas like maternity, rehabilitation, oncology, and cardiovascular care. 2011 Parma Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory & Community Guide




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Left: Mallchok Funeral Home. Above: Parma Park Elementary receives a grant from the NFL and a visit from the Cleveland Browns. Photos courtesy of Laura Lakner and Parma City School District.

As it embarks on the year-long celebration of its golden anniversary, we join with the communities of Parma, Parma Heights and Seven Hills in celebrating Parma Community General Hospital’s many achievements and look forward with anticipation to the next 50 years of medical milestones.

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But milestones haven’t been limited to the medical community alone. The Parma City School district extends its reach to nearly 12,000 students in 18 schools across three communities. A combination of outstanding leadership and dedicated parents has helped to elevate the district to a well-deserved rating of “excellent.� Part of the reason stems from high school career programs offered in partnership with Cuyahoga Community College’s Western Campus. Students are afforded a seamless four-year education that culminates in the awarding of an associate’s degree.

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Above: One of Parma’s many treasured parks. Right: The Little Polish Diner. Photos courtesy of Laura Lakner.

The Parma, Parma Heights and Seven Hills communities are also responsible for supporting a number of beloved small businesses, everything from bakeries and delis to restaurants and grocers. They endure through the prosperous times as well as the lean ones due largely to the fervent support of the neighbors who live, work, and raise their families right alongside these local entrepreneurs. And that, dear friends, brings us to the acknowledgement of the biggest link in the chain that binds these three terrific cities together: The people. Thank you for all that you do to make your communities the jewels that they are. This is the year they will shine together—brighter than ever.

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First Impressions are Lasting Impressions

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s the new superintendent of the Parma City Schools, I won’t pretend to know everything there is to know about the storied traditions and rich history of the Parma City Schools and the communities we serve. That being said, I have learned a few things since I came here in August 2010.

local businesses and organizations in support of our children. It is amazing to me how many different community groups including businesses and churches are in our schools doing everything from tutoring students to sponsoring student activities to supporting programs with incentives and volunteers.

My first impressions have been entirely positive. I understand why the district received an excellent rating when I see how much teachers, students, and parents have invested in learning and instruction. We are blessed with strong alumni groups, boosters, community and business partnerships and PTA who are all on board to give children the best education possible even in the face of hard times.

My first impressions are turning into lasting impressions because of the strength and honor of the people involved with the Parma City Schools. This is a great place to be and I truly appreciate how welcome everyone has made me feel.

I have seen parent groups raising money and volunteering for a variety of activities throughout the system. In addition, we have three strong communities who have been willing to partner with

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ver the span of 158 years, the Parma City School District has made quality education a tradition. Building upon this history, the district earned the rating of “Excellent� on the 2009-10 state report card. Achieving excellence is a fitting tribute to the award-winning students, staff and programs that make our schools the successful places of learning that they are today.

ways to offer our students the best education possible.

We serve nearly 12,000 students at 18 schools across Parma, Parma Heights and Seven Hills. Their education is greatly enhanced by the tremendous amount of parental and community support exhibited by organizations such as the Parma Council of PTAs, the Community/Business/Schools partnership, the Parma Area Chamber of Commerce, and civic groups including the Elks, Kiwanis, and Rotary Clubs.

18 Career and Technical Education programs are available to our high school juniors and seniors. Located within our three high schools, students remain inside the district for their vocational training and education. Each program prepares students to either enter the workforce immediately after high school or continue their education in college. Many career programs are based on

Beginning with the current school year, the district is under the guidance of new leadership featuring Superintendent Dr. Jeffrey Graham, Chief Financial Officer Daniel Bowman and Executive Director of Operations and Information Systems Mike Hartenstein. Working with the Board of Education, they will continue to assess all aspects of the district while maximizing operational efficiency, promoting fiscal responsibility and finding

At the high school level, the district offers students a complete college-bound program including advanced placement and honors classes in a variety of subjects. Extra-curricular activities are offered at each of our three high schools and our athletic teams belong to the Northeast Ohio Conference.

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Above from left: A Shiloh Middle School student receives help from his teacher. Dentzler Elementary students learn about the guitar in music class. Kindergarteners at State Road School review their vocabulary words. Photos courtesy of Parma City School District.

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Valley Forge marching band performs at the annual Band Spectacular at Byers Field. Photo courtesy of Parma City School District.

a partnership with Cuyahoga Community College’s Western Campus, providing students a seamless four-year education culminating with the awarding of an Associates Degree. Gifted elementary students are served at their respective buildings by specially trained members of the teaching staff. Instruction is designed to promote analytical thinking, creativity, and an ongoing respect and desire for learning. Special education students, including the orthopedically handicapped, partially-sighted and hearing impaired, are served at all grade levels beginning with the First Step Pre-School. ESOL (English as a Second Language) courses provide transitioning

assistance for K-12 students and night classes are available for adults as well. Byers Field at Robert M. Boulton Stadium remains the second largest athletic stadium in Cuyahoga County, exceeded only by Cleveland Browns Stadium. The all-weather field and track, a state-ofthe-art video display board and upgraded facilities make Byers Field a destination location for many area football teams, soccer teams, and track teams. Along with the district’s three high schools, Byers Field at Robert M. Boulton Stadium is also home to the 2008 Ohio high school state football champion St. Ignatius Wildcats. As we continue to look for ways to meet the changing needs of our students while keeping an eye on our long-standing traditions, the Parma Board of Education, the district administration, the teaching staff and the support staff are proud to serve the families and communities of Parma, Parma Heights and Seven Hills.

Constellation Schools “The Right Choice for Parents and a Real Chance for Children!”

Constellation Schools develops and operates 19 high quality community schools in Northeast Ohio. Our educational program starts in kindergarten, where we set high standards, provide tools to be successful in future endeavors and begin to develop our students’ academic foundation. Our schools offer: • Full Day Kindergarten • Small Class Sizes • No Tuition • Current Technology • Dedicated, State-Certified Teacher • Safe Learning Environment At a Constellation School, parents have a real opportunity to be involved in their child’s education. We create a learning community where parents, teachers and students work together to ensure academic success for all students. Character Education and Development is the cornerstone of our academic program and is integrated throughout the curriculum. Once the character values are instilled, our students will be able to reach their potential in becoming successful, well-rounded, life-long learners and good citizens. For more information, call 216-712-7600 or visit www.constellationschools.com. 

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Parma City Schools: Elementary:

Shiloh Middle School 440-885-8485

Dentzler Elementary 440-885-2430

High Schools:

Green Valley Elementary 440-885-2433

Normandy High School 440-885-2400

Hanna Elementary 440-885-3711

Parma Senior High School 440-885-2300

John Glenn Elementary 440-885-2420

Valley Forge High School 440-885-2330

John Muir Elementary 440-885-2424

Pre-School:

Parma Park Elementary 440-885-2390

First Step Pre-School 440-885-8645

Pearl Road Elementary 440-885-2343 Pleasant Valley Elementary 440-885-2379 Renwood Elementary 440-885-2338 Ridge-Brook Elementary 440-885-2347 State Road Elementary 440-885-2335 Thoreau Park Elementary 440-885-2352 Middle Schools: Greenbriar Middle School 440-885-2370 Hillside Middle School 440-885-2373

Constellation Schools: Parma Community (K-12)

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ommunity Colleges have received renewed attention as a way to move the nation’s economy forward through job training and education. At Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C), we offer degrees to help people enter the workforce and training for those who need new skills to advance their careers.

earns approximately two times as much as someone with just a high school education, and a college experience provides many opportunities for personal growth in addition to increased knowledge and earning power.

Tri-C has a reputation as one of the best community colleges in the nation with more than 1,000 credit courses in 144 career and technical programs. Located right here in Parma, Tri-C also offers a costeffective solution when students complete the first two years of college before transferring to another college to complete a baccalaureate degree. The average person in the United States with a bachelor’s degree

Educational opportunities exist for all ages at Tri-C. Many students return after working or staying at home for a few years to learn new skills. And, approximately 85 percent of Tri-C graduates remain in this area to work and improve their community. During its more than 40-year history, Tri-C has served more than 800,000 people in Northeast Ohio. Tri-C will continue to serve the educational needs of the people in Parma. Visit www.tri-c.edu for more information.

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n this section we profile some of the most recognizable and interesting people of our Community - the leaders, talented business owners and managers who not only help to keep the local economy vibrant but live among us as our neighbors and friends. You may know some of them personally; others by appearance, by name or maybe only by the look of their signs or storefronts.The following pages will offer you a chance to learn more about whom they are and what makes them so successful in what they do in our community. They are the Faces of Parma. First Row (seated left to right): Mary Hartman, Assistant to the President at the Tri-C Western Campus; Kristin Graham, Administrator of Holy Family Hospice; Janice Thomas, President of PSE Credit Union. Second Row (left to right): Joan Wenk, CEO & President, Creative Playrooms; Lisa Mason, Campus Director of Bryant & Stratton College; Dave Nedrich, President of the Parma Area Chamber of Commerce; Lisa Masotti, Executive Director of the Parma Area Chamber of Commerce; Chuck Germana, Cuyahoga County Councilman of District Four and Parma Mayoral Candidate; Laura Hannak, Jo Joe’s Automotive; Gerald Preseren, Executive Director of Constellation Schools. Third Row (left to right): Aaron E. Esposito, Chairman of the Board for the Parma Area Chamber of Commerce; Terry Deis, President of Parma Community General Hospital; Dan Barfell, Senior Pastor of Parma Heights Baptist Church; Dr. Patrick McCluskey, Timber Ridge Neck & Back Pain Clinic; Tom Peabody, Holy Family Home & Parma Area Chamber of Commerce Pride Award winner for ongoing philanthropic accomplishments in the community. Photo Location: Lobby of Parma Community General Hospital. Photographer: Andrea Bartel, Beverly David Photography.

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KNOWING YOU BETTER, TREATING YOU BETTER

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or 50 years, Parma Community General Hospital has been part of the lives of this community’s people, setting new records in heart attack treatment and creating first-rate cancer and orthopedic centers.

This 321-bed hospital, with an independent medical staff of more than 600 physicians in over 30 specialties, excels at providing excellent, personalized care. Accredited by the Joint Commission, Parma Hospital offers specialty centers for heart, cancer, orthopedics, pain management, acute rehabilitation, and maternity care, as well as a new women’s health and wellness program called HealthiHer. In 2010, Parma Hospital had over 48,000 emergency visits and over 15,000 admissions. In order to make outpatient services more convenient and accessible, Parma Hospital has outpatient facilities at Ridge Park Square in Brooklyn and WellPointe Pavilion in Broadview Heights, plus additional lab and therapy satellite facilities in North Royalton and Parma. Community Express Care, walk-in clinics are also part of the health system located inside Discount Drug Mart stores in Independence and Olmsted Falls, and soon Parma Heights.

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onstellation Schools operate 19 high quality community schools throughout Northeast Ohio. Constellation schools are public schools of choice with no tuition. They are privately run, proud leaders of Ohioâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s charter schools, offering a choice in education for thousands of Ohio families. Their schools are financed through the State of Ohio Per-pupil Foundation Funds and receive no local property tax money. Constellation does not discriminate on any basis. Constellationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s teachers are state-certified and criminally background checked for student safety. Constellation Schools limit their class sizes while setting high expectations for every student. Students receive individualized differentiated instruction in a safe, nurturing learning environment and are required to pass the Ohio Achievement Assessments. Their schools focus on the whole student by developing each studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; academic foundation and providing them with tools to be successful in future endeavors. In return, Constellation Schools demand academic excellence, respectful behavior, good attendance and involved parents.

PSE Credit Union

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hat started more than 50 years ago as a credit union to help Parma schoolteachers get lower auto loan rates, is now a thriving not-for-profit bank that offers Cuyahoga and Medina County residents financial services and more. PSE Credit Union, conveniently located on Regency Drive in Parma across from the Parma Justice Center, â&#x20AC;&#x153;offers all the same services as a bank but with lower loan rates, higher savings interest rates and lower fees,â&#x20AC;? says CEO Janice Thomas. This family-oriented institution now includes over 23,000 members throughout Cuyahoga and Medina County and makes educating kids about finances a core part of its mission.

Gerald Preseren, Executive Director

For more information on Constellation Schools, call 216-712-7600 or visit www.constellationschools.com

â&#x20AC;&#x153;As part of our commitment to kids, we take our mascot, Pennie the PSE Puppy, into the schools and teach kids as young as kindergarteners to save money through our Pennie Club,â&#x20AC;? says Thomas. Janice Thomas, President/CEO

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ver 43 years ago, while searching for daycare opportunities for her own children, Joan Wenk discovered a need for quality, nuturing child care options in the area. So she started her own, founding Creative Playrooms, Inc., to provide daycare for five children. Today, over 1,200 children attend seven Creative Playrooms schools across Northeast Ohio, including Parma Montessori & Child Care, located at 12965 Corporate Drive. The mission of Parma Montessori & Child Care is to offer the highest quality learning environment for the successful development of the total child, in clean, modern and safe facilities. Programs balance individual experience with participation in small and large groups. Parma Montessori & Child Care serves children 6 weeks to 12 years, including before and after school care, summer camp, private-chartered kindergarten, first grade and more.

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ryant & Stratton Collegeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Parma campus is conveniently located on Snow Road, just south of I-480 and west of I-71. It features the same industry-current technology students will find in the workplace. And, it houses cutting-edge medical labs for Nursing and Medical Assisting students. The campus, which was recently renovated, also features apartment-style residential housing and ample parking. Bryant & Strattonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Parma campus offers Associate degrees in Accounting, Business, Criminal Justice, Human Resources Specialist, Medical Administrative Assistant, Medical Assisting, Nursing, Networking Technology and Security Technology. They also offer Bachelor degrees in Business Administration, a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice, and a Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration. Students can earn their Associate degree in as few as 16 months or their Bachelor degree in under three years. Bryant & Stratton is enrolling students now. Lisa Mason, Campus Director

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n the word of Senior Pastor, Dan Barfell, Parma Heights Baptist Church exists to help people FIND and FOLLOW Jesus Christ and continually strives to be one of Northeast Ohioâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most highly-effective, biblicallybased churches for the whole family. Dan came to PHBC in July 2003, after 16 years of ministry at churches in southern Ohio, Florida, and a Christian school in Indiana. He is a graduate of Cedarville University and received his M.A. in Ministry from Moody Graduate School. Dan and his wife Elena have been married for 25 years and have four children, Andrew, Eric, John, and Kaitie. Parma Heights Baptist Church is known for its love for people, as witnessed by the lasting relationships built with church families and families in the local community, its Scripture-based teaching and outreach, and its support of global missions. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re invited to take a look at who they are and the meaningful ways they help serve the people of Parma. Parma Heights Baptist Church â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a church for the whole family.

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Cooking Made Easy Stock up on Healthy Staples

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inding the time to cook has become a challenge in today’s time-crunched culture, especially in homes where both parents work. In fact, Americans are spending roughly half of their food budgets in restaurants, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. As a result, families are consuming more calories, saturated fat, and sodium — and putting their health at risk. Cooking doesn’t have to be time-consuming, challenging, or expensive. The trick is stocking up on some simple yet versatile staples: 1) Wholewheat pasta, 2) beans, 3) frozen mixed vegetables (especially broccoli), 4) boneless and skinless chicken breasts, 5) frozen fruit, 6) canola oil, 7) brown rice, 8) oatmeal, 9) low-fat cheese, and 10) egg substitute. Try to have these

ingredients on hand because they’re easy to store and they make healthy recipes. Here are a few quick and healthy ideas: Vegetables over whole-wheat pasta makes a quick meal or side dish; fresh or frozen vegetables baked with skinless chicken breasts seasoned with your favorite herbs; broth or tomato-based soups that you add vegetables, canned beans and chicken or fish to, served with crusty bread and low fat cheese; A veggie wrap with roasted vegetables and low-fat cheese rolled up in a whole-wheat tortilla; substitute brown rice for white rice in your favorite Chinese and Mexican dishes and keep frozen fruit in your freezer so you can whip up a thick, slushy smoothie for a quick breakfast or a healthy dessert.

Drs. Hill & Thomas Co. Westside Imaging Center

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estside Imaging Center has been the most trusted name in outpatient MRI and CT throughout the area since 1986. Westside Imaging Center’s reputation is built on their high level of patient care and image quality and their ability to provide same day appointments and accurate results to your physician within 24 hours. Drs. Hill & Thomas Co., an independent, locally-owned company, established Westside Imaging Center as one of the first outpatient imaging providers. Westside Imaging Center offers area physicians and patients convenient hours and easy access. The comfort of the High-Field MRI that Westside Imaging offers allows patients to relax and listen to their favorite music while the scan is performed. Discounted self-pay rates are offered and most insurance plans are accepted. Just ask your doctor to refer you to Westside Imaging Center for your next MRI or CT and Specializing in Radiology and experience the difference. Medical Imaging Since 1908 Located at 5260 Smith Road, Brook Park • 216-267-8080 www.hillandthomas.com and follow us on Facebook. 2011 Parma Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory & Community Guide

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Celebrates 50 Years

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arma Community General Hospital was born 50 years ago, arising from a critical need for hospital beds. A population boom in the 1950s throughout the southwestern suburbs – with Parma growing 152 percent and Parma Heights expanding by 256 percent in less than a decade – fueled the campaign for a community hospital to care for the growing number of residents. “Building a hospital in this part of Southwest Cleveland is a most worthwhile challenge,” notes the literature published in 1958 as part of the campaign to raise support for the hospital. “It is a rare endeavor, if not the only endeavor, where several communities have joined hands for a common civic improvement beneficial to each.” Parma Hospital opened its doors in August 1961 as a 200-bed hospital with a large maternity department and modern operating, radiology and physical rehabilitation units. Within a few years it was fully accredited and joined the Cleveland Hospital Council. By 1974, ground was broken for an $11.4 million addition that included expansion of the ground and first floors and a three-floor tower that held a new Intensive Care Unit, a Coronary Care Unit and two critical care stepdown units. Just five years after that addition, a $30.7 million twostory expansion led to new surgery and administration suites. Campus expansion occurred during the next decade with construction of medical office buildings and leasing of the former Fay Junior High School on State Road. This Health Education Center allowed the hospital to provide ElderCenter adult day services with multiple programs, a Child Care Center for hospital employees and the public, award-winning Home Health Care, and an EMS Education Program that has served the region’s safety services for the past 25 years. The 1990s were the beginning of a remarkable period of growth at Parma Hospital. From adding the Pain Center and expanding the inpatient Acute Rehabilitation Center to modernizing the Small Wonders Maternity Center and adding the Behavioral Center for Older Adults, a geriatric psychiatric unit, the hospital began reaping accolades both regionally and nationally. Parma Hospital won its first of numerous awards for excellence in orthopedics the year before the 1999 opening of The Heart Center, a cardiovascular intensive care unit that would garner its own array of awards, including the 100 Top Hospitals for Cardiovascular Care more than once and the fastest heart attack care in the region through the Code STEMI program. Oncology care in a community setting began at Parma Hospital in 2000, and the following year a Residential Hospice opened on Pleasant Valley Lake. In the past decade, Parma Hospital also enlarged its Emergency Department, adding an innovative Doc at the Door program for efficient triage, and expanded its ICU. Outpatient radiology services were brought 16

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to both Ridge Park Square in Brooklyn and WellPointe Pavilion, a gem of outpatient services also offering therapy and lab services and physician offices in Broadview Heights. Parma Community General Hospital’s founders remained firm that this new institution be community based. Terrence G. Deis, Parma Hospital’s president and CEO, is proud that the hospital has flourished as a community partner. In January, Parma Hospital was honored by the Parma Area Chamber of Commerce with a Golden Pride Award for its special contributions to the community. A gala celebration of the hospital’s anniversary will be held on June 18 at Embassy Suites in Independence.

“I’m very proud of our organization and the accolades we receive nationally, regionally and locally,” said Deis. “Such awards are a tribute to the hard work and integrity of our employees, management and medical staff. At Parma Hospital, treating you better really does begin with knowing you better, and we find it an honor to care for our neighbors, family and friends. “We will continue to deliver our brand of excellent, personalized care. We look forward to the next half century.”

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ifty years ago, the six surrounding communities of Parma, Parma Heights, Seven Hills, Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights and North Royalton founded Parma Community General Hospital. Today, it is the only remaining independent, notfor-profit, community hospital in Cuyahoga County. The Parma Area Chamber of Commerce recognized Parma Community General Hospital with a Golden Pride Award for its 50 years of service to the people of its founding communities and beyond in January of 2011. “This was already going to be a golden year for our Hospital, as we will be celebrating our 50th anniversary this summer, but now it is doubly golden,” said Terrence G Deis, Parma Hospital’s president & CEO, in accepting the award. “It is a Pride award we are being honored with, but it is we who are proud – proud to have served our community for nearly 50 years. “All of us at the Hospital – the physicians, employees, and the auxiliary – think of ourselves as members of the community caring for members of the community, so to be recognized by the business community in this way is very special to us.” In presenting the award, Steve Millard, president & executive director of COSE, the Council of Smaller Enterprises, noted that Parma Hospital: has been recognized as one of the 20 Best Community Hospitals in America; has been recognized for providing the fastest heart attack care in Northeast Ohio; is accredited by the Commission on Cancer; and has earned

Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval distinction for both its orthopedic and stroke programs. “With 321 beds, a medical staff of more than 500 physicians, numerous outpatient facilities and a whole continuum of care to support the health needs of the local community, Parma Hospital has remained committed to providing excellent, personalized, care,” said Mr. Millard. Several members of Parma Hospital’s Administration and Board of Directors attended the gala. Board members in attendance included: Board Chairman Kent Geist of Parma Heights; First Vice Chairman David Nedrich of North Royalton, who also serves as CEO of the Chamber; John H. Bundy of Brooklyn; Jack C. Krise Jr., Sharon Martin and JoAnn Mason of Parma; and Joe Tal of Parma Heights. In the 30-year history of the Pride Awards, the Golden Pride Award has only been given to one other area employer. General Motors received the award in 2005. Contact: Marketing 440-743-4003 · Fax: 440-743-4367 7007 Powers Boulevard | Parma, Ohio 44129 440-743-3000 | www.parmahospital.org Board of Directors and Administrators pictured in the photo above from left to right: Kent Geist, chairman of the board, Parma Heights; Terry Deis, president & CEO; Joe Tal, Parma Heights; Sharon Martin, Parma; JoAnn Mason, Parma; David Nedrich, first vice chairman, North Royalton; John H. Bundy, Brooklyn; Barry Franklin, executive vice president, chief financial officer. 2011 Parma Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory & Community Guide

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Focusing on your total health â&#x20AC;&#x201C; mind, body, and spirit

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In addition to the doctors located at its medical centers, Kaiser Permanente contracts with thousands of physicians throughout the area who practice in their own offices, and with 20 of the most respected hospitals in the region. Kaiser Permanente offers a wide variety of health plans for small, medium, and large businesses, as well as for individuals and families. The Kaiser Permanente Parma Medical Center is located at 12301 Snow Road. For more information, visit Kaiser Permanente online at kp.org or give us a call at 1-877-2-THRIVE (1-877-284-7483).

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he year looks to be a very challenging, yet exciting time for the City of Parma’s Recreation Department. We are very fortunate to have an administration that values the importance of recreation for our fine city and its residents. The philosophy of the Recreation Department in the City of Parma is one of safety, participation and sportsmanship and these will be the guidelines being adhered to within the department. We encourage active participation and family enjoyment of the City of Parma’s facilities and recreation programs that service all our residents, youngsters to seniors. Parma is host to numerous activities throughout the year for all ages. Some of these activities include swimming, golfing, ice skating, fishing, walking trails and in the summer months band concerts. We also have our recreational sports programs for children through adults.

As a growing city, we are constantly looking to expand our programs and offer alternative forms of recreation to our residents. One way we are doing this is by providing an 18 Hole Disc Golf Course at Veterans Memorial Park that can be utilized by the entire family. We are very proud of our newest program called Parma Pride. This program is offered to individuals with physical and mental limitations that inhibit them from participating in traditional recreational programs. The Parma Recreation Department is pleased and honored to be a part of a City that offers its residents many amenities and recreational activities for all ages. The City of Parma takes pride by offering the best in recreation in the area. We look forward in seeing you throughout the year! Go to www.cityofparma-oh.gov for more information on Parma Recreation.

A Church for the Whole Family SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICES 8:15 & 9:30am Classic | 11:00am Contemporary Hey there! We believe it’s a privilege to be your neighbor. When you have a minute, please stop by, online or in person, and check us out. We would love to meet you and hear how we can be more active in our community. Did you know that we offer many family-friendly activities throughout the year? Here are just a few: Summer Sports Camp for Kids Fall Family Festival Summer Vacation Bible School Wednesday Family Night We also have an award-winning K–6th grade school and an incredible preschool. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to seeing you! 8971 West Ridgewood Drive | Parma Heights, OH 44130 P: 440.886.6100 | E: info@phbaptist.org | www.phbaptist.org

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Seven Hills â&#x20AC;&#x153;Epicenter of Activityâ&#x20AC;?

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he Seven Hills Community Recreation Center opened its doors in February of 2003 to residents. Our state-of-theart facility includes features such as a suspended walking track, beautiful natatorium, aerobics studio, fitness area with nautilus, cardio and free weights, 2-gymnasiums, child care room and family changing areas. And those are just the highlights of the building! We also offer gathering rooms for private parties, pool parties, meetings and more! Our facility is open for membership and programs to both residents and non-residents!

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Outstanding Programs in Parma Heights

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xceptional programs and a variety of recreational activities are what Parma Heights residents have access to, thanks to the Recreation Department. Among many great events, Parma Heights offers Weekend-in-the-Commons, Cassidy Theatre productions and more! There are also a wide variety of parks, pools, sport leagues, fitness classes and cultural events to choose from. Baseball/softball, soccer, flag football, basketball, swim lessons and swim team are among the city’s many league offerings. Our fitness programs include youth martial arts, tennis, golf and swim lessons. For adults we have yoga, Zumba and golf classes.

GREENBRIER COMMONS Located at the intersection of Pearl and Olde York Roads, the 35-acre Greenbrier Commons has so much to offer! Keeping cool and having fun in the summer is easy to do here. The swimming pools include a child’s activity pool, lap pool with dual water slides and a diving well. If you prefer land sports, there are 5 lighted tennis courts, basketball court, shuffleboard court, bocce ball court and a sand volleyball court. We recently added a walking trail with exercise stations that is located behind the theatre. In addition there’s also a large children’s play area, gazebo, cultural center/theatre and the Greenbrier Athletic Center home to N.E.O. Soccer. RADLICK PARK At Ackley Boulevard and Brookmere Road you will find Radlick Park, formerly Lexington Green. Set on 11.6 acres, this convenient park offers 2 softball diamonds, a children’s play area, basketball court and newly installed walking trail with exercise stations. RESERVOIR Located at Deering and Reservoir Drives is a wonderful park made available by lease with the City of Cleveland. This area has 3 softball diamonds, 4 t-ball diamonds and a children’s play area. STROUD PARK A baseball diamond and children’s play area can be found at Stroud Park. It’s easily located at North Church Drive adjacent to Park Creek Retirement Community. KURTZ PARK On West 130th Street, Kurtz Park has much to offer kids and families. This park consists of basketball courts, 1-lighted baseball diamond and 3 softball diamonds (2 lighted) and children’s play area. NATHAN HALE PARK Nathan Hale Park can be found at Oakdale Road and Parma Park Boulevard. With 8 soccer fields, a baseball diamond, children’s play area and pavilion, this is a great place to play! For more information contact the Parma Heights Recreation Department at 440.884.9600 extension 37 or visit our website at parmaheightsoh.gov.

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Form An Alliance To Offer More Value

he Parma Area Chamber of Commerce and the Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE) have formed an alliance that will benefit area businesses that are members of both organizations. Through a special joint membership agreement, businesses in Parma, Parma Heights and Seven Hills can now join both organizations and save $150 or more on what it would have cost to join each of them separately. As a result of this unique partnership, area businesses will now get valuable exposure and resources in their local communities, while also getting the regional reach and buying power of COSE and its 15,000+ members. Plus, they will also get a bigger voice and a stronger advocate in City Hall, Columbus and Washington D.C. We are very excited about partnering with COSE and being able to deliver more value and resources for our members. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve always done a great job of delivering value to our members in our local community but now COSE brings more ways for members to connect, save and learn, and it gives us a much needed voice on important state and federal advocacy issues.

Aaron E. Esposito, Chm. of the Board; Lisa Masotti, Executive Director and Dave Nedrich, President. Photo courtesy of Beverly David Photography.

This alliance is in addition to our efforts to work with other chambers in our region to offer additional networking and learning opportunities for our members. The Parma Area Chamber of Commerce also offers numerous benefits through membership in the Northern Ohio Area Chambers of Commerce (NOACC). Businesses can receive discounts from many different types of providers such as health insurance, workers compensation, utilities, and logistics. Going forward, we will sharpen our focus on advocating for appropriate public policies, encouraging entrepreneurship, serving small businesses and building regional partnerships. We will continue to partner with local governments, chambers and other organizations that can help us to continue to increase the value we deliver to our members. Dave Nedrich, President and CEO Parma Area Chamber of Commerce

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The following list is provided to this publication from the Parma Area Chamber of Commerce. For questions or concerns, please call (440) 886-1700 or email the chamber at chamber@parmaareachamber.org

Accountants Hill Stonestreet & Co 4141 Rockside Rd #100 Cleveland, OH 44131 (216) 524-5885 McIntosh, Jeffrey R. 6020 State Rd #3 Parma, OH 44134 (440) 885-5200 Walthall, Drake & Wallace LLP 6300 Rockside Rd #100 Independence, OH 44131 (216) 573-2330 www.walthall.com Advertising &/or Marketing Clear Channel Outdoor Inc. 12222 Plaza Dr Parma, OH 44130 (216) 676-4321 Cleveland Scene Magazine 1468 W. 9th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 (216) 241-7550 www.clevescene.com D.A. Professional Services Inc. 60 Westchester Dr Suite 1 Austintown, OH 44515 (330) 799-0009 Image Builders Marketing, Inc. 9780 Beechwood Dr N Royalton, OH 44133 (440) 346-4482 www.imagebuildersmarketing.us Town Money Saver 10326 Highland Dr Brecksville, OH 44141 (440) 668-7813 Town Money Saver 8106 Newport Ave Parma, OH 44129 (216) 225-0707 Val Pak of Greater Cleveland 881 E. 222nd Street Euclid, OH 44123 (440) 843-7100 Animal Shelter Parma Animal Shelter Inc. 6260 State Rd Parma, OH 44134 (440) 885-8014 www.parmashelter.org Apartments Bandera Executive LLC 31090 Providence Rd Pepper Pike, OH 44124 (216) 375-2529

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Big Creek Apartments 11540 Apache Dr Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 884-9650 Midtown Towers Property Office 5676 Broadview Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 398-4222 Owner Mgt Regency Towers 5800 Laurent Dr #110 Parma, OH 44129 (440) 845-4841 Parma Woods Apartments 9750 Westview Dr #5 Parma, OH 44129 (216) 741-3134 www.niederstmanagement.com Pleasant Lakes Apartments 10131 South Lake Blvd Parma, OH 44130 (440) 243-2280 Valley York Apartments 6935 York Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 845-0229 www.niederestmanagement.com Westview Acres Apartments 9755 Westview Dr #5 Parma, OH 44129 (216) 749-5822 Woodbury Commons 6128 Stumph Rd Parma, OH 44130 (216) 842-7450 Architects Creo Design, Inc. 1038 Ghent Rd Akron, OH 44333 (330) 670-0690 www.creodesigninc.com Cupkovic Architecture LLC 1500 Hamilton Ave Cleveland, OH 44114 (216) 802-0047 www.cuparc.com Artist Creative Nature by Mary Zupancic 9230 Independence Blvd #329 Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 263-9637 Associations Parma Council of PTA’s Parma, OH www.parmacouncilpta.org Ridgewood YMCA 6840 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 842-5200 Attorney McIntyre, Kahn & Kruse Co. LPA 1301 East 9th St Suite 2200 Cleveland, OH 44114 (216) 579-4114

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Automobile/Truck Repairs & Service Jo-Joe’s Automotive 5813 W 130th St. Parma, OH 44130 (216) 898-2297 www.jojoesautomotive.com Parma Tire Service 5966 State Rd Parma, OH 44134 (440) 885-0080 Parma Towing 5109 Pearl Rd Cleveland, OH 44129 (216) 661-2200

Quality Trophies & Awards 6267 Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 886-7343 Background Checks TrueTest Screening, Inc. 1128 Pleasant Valley Rd #215 Parma, OH 44134 (216) 236-6148 www.truetestscreening.com Bakeries/Cafes Dunkin Donuts 6317 Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 845-2208 www.dunkindonuts.com

Rad Air Complete Car Care 7893 Broadview Rd Seven Hills, OH 44131 (440) 740-0700 www.radair.com

Panera Bread 5090 Tiedeman Rd Brooklyn, OH 44144 (216) 362-8130

Rad Air Service Center 6565 Pearl Rd Parma Hts, OH 44130 (440) 842-5152

7337 Broadview Rd Seven Hills, OH 44131 (216) 328-1274 www.panerabread.com

Sirls Automotive Inc 7541 York Rd Parma, OH 44130 (440) 843-9000

Banks Charter One Bank 7360 York Rd Parma, OH 44130 (440) 845-6300 www.charterone.com

Yorktown Service Plaza 6177 Pearl Rd. Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 885-2222 www.yorktownserviceplaza.com Automobile Dealers Axelrod Buick GMC 6603 Brookpark Rd Parma, OH 44129 (216) 661-5060 www.axelrodbuickgmc.com Automobile Manufacturers General Motors Parma 5400 Chevrolet Blvd Parma, OH 44130 (216) 265-5280 www.gm.com Automotive Parts – Retail O’Reilly Auto Parts 7621 Broadview Rd Seven Hills, OH 44131 (216) 642-7591 www.oreillyauto.com Automotive Washing & Polishing Kwik Car Wash 6761 W 130th St Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 884-4848 www.kwikcarwashes.com Awards, Plaques & Trophies A & J Trophy And Engraving Co. 12100 Snow Rd Unit 4 Parma, OH 44130 (440) 886-3006

6555 Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 886-2200 5775 Chevrolet Blvd Parma, OH 44130 (440) 888-6111 7450 Broadview Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 901-2100 5907 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 888-0330 Dollar Bank 7450 W Ridgewood Dr Parma, OH 44129 (440) 888-7400 www.dollarbank.com Dollar Bank Business Banking 1301 E Ninth St. Cleveland, OH 44114 (216) 736-8952 First Federal of Lakewood 1640 Snow Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 529-5625 First Merit Bank 6530 York Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 842-4488 www.firstmerit.com


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Huntington National Bank 6660 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (216) 515-0005 Key Bank 6284 Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 886-1600 www.key.com 1125 W Pleasant Valley Rd Parma, OH 44134 (440) 845-2005 National Bank & Trust 5603 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 440 884-1112 www.nbtdirect.com Third Federal Savings & Loan 1616 Snow Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 661-8431 www.thirdfederal.com Benefits group for PACC NOACC 4200 Rockside Rd #105 Independence, OH 44131 (216) 447-9900 www.noacc.org Bowling and Party Center Freeway Lanes of Parma 12859 Brookpark Rd Parma, OH 44130 (216) 267-2150 Yorktown Lanes 6218 Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 886-5300 Building Contractors Charles Schulz Building Co. Inc. 4519 Brookpark Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 749-0200 Cable & Internet Service Cox Business 12221 Plaza Dr Parma, OH 44130 (216) 535-0553 www.checkoutcb.com Cake and Candy Supplies Jan’s Confectionary Supplies 6370 York Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 845-2022 Carpet & Furniture Cleaning Antonius Bros. Inc. 6674 Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 845-7474 Carpet Installation & Service D & R Carpet Service Inc 4800 Van Epps Rd Brooklyn Heights, OH 44131 (216) 335-9751 www.drcarpetservice.com

Catering Club House Pub 6365 Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 884-2582 Little Polish Diner 5772 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 842-8212 Mom’s Pierogies P.O. Box 34213 Parma, OH 44134 (216) 661-1347 www.Momspierogiescleveland.com Wal-Tam’s Catering 461 Nemet Dr Seven Hills, OH 44131 (440) 842-6522 www.cateringbywaltams.com

Colleges Cuyahoga Community College 11000 W Pleasant Valley Rd Parma, OH 44130 (216) 987-5000 www.tri-c.edu Kaplan Career Institute 8720 Brookpark Rd Brooklyn, OH 44129 (216) 485-0900 Stautzenberger College 8001 Katherine Blvd. Brecksville, OH 44141 (440) 838-1999 www.learnwhatyoulove.com

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CommunicationSecurity-Directtv CSS Enterprises LLC P.O. Box 347104 Parma, OH 44134 (216) 712-7622 www.commercialsoundsystem.com Computer Services Rockside Technology Solutions LLC 2329 Brookdale Ave. Parma, OH 44134 (440) 552-1905 www.rocksidetechnology.com

Chiropractors Parmatown Spinal and Rehab 6900 Ridge Rd #202 Parma, OH 44129 (440) 888-4526 Pleasant Valley Chiropractic & Massage Clinic 7664 Broadview Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 520-6880 City Governments City of Parma 6611 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 885-8000 www.cityofparma-oh.gov City of Parma Heights 6281 Pearl Rd. Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 884-9699 www.parmaheightsoh.gov City of Seven Hills 7325 Summitview Dr. Seven Hills, OH 44131 (216) 524-4421 www.sevenhillsohio.org Clergy The Branch Community Church 6295 Broadview Rd. Parma, OH 44147 (216) 640-9081 Holy Spirit Byzantine Catholic Church & Hall 5500 W 54th St Parma, OH 44129 (440) 842-6522 www.holyspiritbyzantine.org CNC Machine Shop Firstar Precision Corp 12340 Plaza Dr Parma, OH 44130 (216) 362-7888

JO-JOE’S Automotive Inc. 5813 W. 130th St., Parma

Offering all general and major repair services as well as a shuttle service within 5 miles of our location and a customer rewards program. Hours: M-F 7am-6pm, Sat. 7am-3pm

www.jojoesautomotive.com

261-898-2297

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Member Directory Tremont Technologies P.O.Box 43035 Cleveland, OH 44143 (216) 731-1029 www.tremonttech.net

Dentists Cuglewski & Assc DDS Inc 5998 State Rd Parma, OH 44134 (440) 884-0640

Electrical Contractor Aigner Electric 6159 West 130th St Parma, OH 44130 (216) 244-1828

Computer Services & Repairs Friendly Computers 7486 Dawn Haven Dr Parma, OH 44130 (440) 888-6210

Dr. Stanley T. Meckler LTD 5386 State Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 661-2422

Embroidery, Screen Printing & Promo Items Remembered Expressions 10896 Bridle Path Columbia Stations, OH 44028 (440) 236-6282 www.rememberedexpressions.com

Computers-Web & CRM Software Development Wi-Phye Consultants LLC 765 Wildberry Circle Avon Lake, OH 44012 (440) 793-7190 www.Wi-Phye.com Concrete Leone & Son Cement Contracting Inc 385 Orchardview Rd Seven Hills, OH 44131 (216) 272-4832 Concrete, Landscaping, Snow Plowing F.P. Allega Concrete 7725 Commerce Park Oval St B Independence, OH 44131 (216) 328-9322 Construction Coastal Quality Construction, Inc. 2530 Hamilton Ave. Cleveland, OH 44101 (216) 274-1000 Consulting & Education Possibilities 7827 Daniel Dr Seven Hills, OH 44131 (216) 236-6031 www.possibilities.biz

Milan Yakovich DDS Inc 5851 Pearl Rd #100 Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 885-0038 Postel, Neal J., D.D.S. 15424 E Bagley Rd Middleburg Hts, OH 44130 (440) 888-6449 Richard E. Gift DDS., MS, Inc 6688 Ridge Rd Suite 1300 Parma, OH 44129 (440) 888-1122 www.drrgift.com Robert G Newman DDS Inc 6789 Ridge Rd #304 Parma, OH 44129 (440) 886-3535 Design Builders and/or Land Developer The Geis Companies 10020 Aurora-Hudson Rd Streetsboro, OH 44241 (330) 528-3500 Dialysis DaVita Parma Dialysis 6735 Ames Parma, OH 44129 (440) 743-0690

Court Officials Parma Municipal Court 5555 Powers Blvd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 887-7400

Distributor-Baby Products BabySwede LLC 1157 Rockside Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 447-9140 www.babyswede.com

Credit Unions PSE Credit Union 5255 Regency Dr Parma, OH 44129 (440) 843-8300 www.psecreditunion.org

Drug Testing TrueTest Screening, Inc. 1128 Pleasant Valley Rd #215 Parma, OH 44134 (216) 236-6148 www.truetestscreening.com

Taleris Credit Union 1250 E Granger Rd Cleveland, OH 44131 (216) 739-2314 www.taleriscu.org

Dry Cleaning Service DKS Dry Cleaning Restoration 12454 Plaza Dr Parma, OH 44130 (216) 267-7008 www.frsteamcleveland.com

7435 Broadview Rd Seven Hills, OH 44131 (216) 739-2300 Unity Catholic Federal Credit Union 5839 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 886-2558 www.unitycatholiccu.org

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Education-Tutoring Facility Knowledge Points 7406 Broadview Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 524-0017

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Employee Screening TrueTest Screening, Inc. 1128 Pleasant Valley Rd #215 Parma, OH 44134 (216) 236-6148 www.truetestscreening.com Engineering Consulting and/or Surveying Neff & Associates 6405 York Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 884-3100 Engineering Services PMI Industries Inc 5300 St Clair Ave Cleveland, OH 44103 (216) 881-4914 Financial Services 212 Capital Group 22901 Millcreek Blvd Highland Hills, OH 44122 (216) 856-1100 Kelly’s Tax and Financial Services 9703 Brookpark Rd Parma, OH 44129 (216) 661-7121 Key Bank 1125 W Pleasant Valley Rd Parma, OH 44134 (440) 845-2005 www.key.com 6284 Pearl Rd Parma Hts, OH 44130 (440) 886-1601 Koler Financial Group 6400 Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 884-7042 Lineweaver Financial Group 9035 Sweet Valley Dr Valley View, OH 44125 (216) 520-1711 www.lineweaver.net Florists Durken’s Florist 7475 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 884-1144 www.durkensflorist.com

Flowerama 5804 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 843-7612 Foundation Parma Hospital Health Care Foundation 7007 Powers Blvd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 743-4280 www.parmahospital.org Fundraising Jimmy Dee’s Fund Raisers 10266 Boundry Ln Parma, OH 44130 (440) 842-5287 www.jimmydeesfundraisers.com Funeral Homes/Services Busch Funeral & Crematory Services 4334 Pearl Rd Cleveland, OH 44109 (216) 749-7450 www.buschfuneral.com Esposito Mortuary Services 8280 West Ridgewood Parma, OH 44129 (440) 666-7709 First Call, LLC 5714 1/2 Pearl Rd. Parma, OH 44129 (440) 842-2880 Golubski Funeral Home 5986 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 886-0200 Mallchok Funeral Home 5660 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 884-9100 Ripepi Funeral Home 5762 Pearl Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 888-0800 www.ripepi.com Sauer-Good-Powell Funeral Home 6953 W.130th Street Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 842-0456 www.SGPfuneral.com Schuster-StrakerO’Connor Funeral Home 5904 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 885-4800 www.ssofh.com Yurch Funeral Home 5618 Broadview Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 398-1010


Member Directory Zabor Funeral Home 5680 Pearl Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 884-5035

Vissutocorp Inc 1021 W Pleasant Valley Rd Parma, OH 44134 (440) 884-9595

Furniture Rentals &/or Sales Basista Furniture 5295 State Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 398-5900 www.basista.com

Hardware-Retail Sales Parma Hardware 5452 Pearl Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 884-2200

Garage Doors-Service/ Repair/Replacements A. J’s Garage Doors Inc 10420 Glendora Lane Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 888-5052 www.ajgaragedoor.net Government Officials Cuyahoga County Prosecutor 1200 Ontario St 9th floor Cleveland, OH 44113 (216) 443-7800 www.prosecutormason.com Ohio House of Representatives 5546 Pearl Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 884-2400 U.S. House of Representatives 14400 Detroit Ave Lakewood, OH 44107 (216) 228-8850 U.S. House of Representatives 7904 Day Dr Parma, OH 44129 (440) 845-2707 Graphic Design & Art Studio K.A. Szomoru Graphics 1203 Old Rockside Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 661-8360 Trio Creative Design Studios 1020 Hillsdale Ave Parma, OH 44134 (216) 741-1372 www.triocds.com Grocery Store Giant Eagle-Broadview 7400 Broadview Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 328-8095 Hair Care Illusions Unlimited 5715 Broadview Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 661-6887 Signature Hair Salon Inc 6517 Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 888-2212 Studio Sonata 7805 W Ridgewood Dr Parma, OH 44129 (440) 843-2440

Health and Wellness Backs Massage & Therapy 6500 Pearl Rd., Suite 105 Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 342-0489 Curves 5822 State Road Parma, OH 44134 (440) 842-6866 Four Star Insurance Life 3 Hospitalization 5835 Pearl Rd Parma, OH 44130 (440) 882-2000 ext 116 www.fourstarinsurance.com Health Aid of Ohio 5230 Hauserman Rd Parma, OH 44130 (216) 252-3900 www.healthaidofohio.com

Home Improvements Any & All Home Improvements P.O. Box 29134 Parma, OH 44129 (440) 884-2755 Leaf Filter North of Ohio Inc 1595 Georgetown Rd Suite G Hudson, OH 44236 (330) 655-7950 Second to None Inc 4805 W Pleasant Valley Rd #4 Parma, OH 44129 (440) 842-0823 Tomorrow’s Home Solutions 8287 Darrow Rd Twinsburg, OH 44087 (330) 425-0797 Hospice Services Holy Family Home & Hospice 6707 State Rd Parma, OH 44134 (440) 888-7722 www.holyfamilyhome.com Hospice of the Western Reserve 300 E 185th Street Cleveland, OH 44119 (216) 701-4061 www.hospicewr.org

Seasons of Life Hospice 9511 W Pleasant Valley Rd Parma, OH 44130 (440) 743-4946 Hospitals/Medical Care Centers Marymount Hospital 12300 McCraken Rd Garfield Hts, OH 44125 (216) 587-8683 www.marymount.org Parma Hospital 7007 Powers Blvd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 743-3000 Hotels Hampton Inn-Airport/Tiedeman 10305 Cascade Crossing Brooklyn, OH 44144 (216) 929-8400 www.clevelandairporttiedeman. hamptoninn.com Holiday Inn Select Strongsville 15471 Royalton Rd Strongsville, OH 44136 (440) 783-3033

Juice Plus 2501 Brookview Blvd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 509-2728 www.fruitsveggiesandmore.net K-D Naturals Inc 7555 Skylark Dr Parma, OH 44130 (440) 230-9757 Millennium Rehabilitation 7472 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 842-4444 www.m-rehab.org NRG Plus Ent 6522 Olde York Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 884-4272 www.NRG.MyShaklee.com Send Out Cards 416 Mapleview Dr Seven Hills, OH 44131 (216) 524-7178 Hobby Shop-Retail Sales Parma Hobby 5275 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (216) 741-6440 Home Care Caring Tree Senior Care 5898 State Road Parma, OH 44134 (440) 386-4660 www.caringtreeseniorcare.com 2011 Parma Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory & Community Guide

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Member Directory Ice Cream Ridge Rd Dairy Queen 5342 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 886-0677 In-Home Drug Testing Program TrueTest Screening, Inc. 1128 Pleasant Valley Rd #215 Parma, OH 44134 (216) 236-6148 www.truetestscreening.com Individuals Ken Andras 3555 Hetzel Dr Parma, OH 44134 (440) 845-9591 Richard Bar 8709 Fenway Dr Parma, OH 44129 (440) 842-1090

Jo Ann Mason 7001 West Ridgewood Dr Parma, OH 44129 (440) 885-8143 J Howard Flower 8400 Brecksville Rd Brecksville, OH 44141 (440) 526-5395 Arlene McNamara 7771 McCreary Rd Seven Hills, OH 44131 (216) 236-6097 www.arlenemcnamara.com Jennifer Moore (440) 759-1560 Pat Moore 9417 Greenbriar Dr Parma Hts, OH 44130 (440) 886-1306

Insurance Farmers Insurance 6050 Oak Tree Blvd #200 Independence, OH 44131 (216) 674-5971 www.farmerscleveland.com

Insurance-health Four Star Insurance Agency Inc. 5835 Pearl Rd Parma, OH 44130 (440) 882-2000 www.fourstarinsurance.com

Four Star Insurance Agency Inc 5835 Pearl Rd. Parma, OH 44130 (440) 882-2000 www.fourstarinsurance.com

Humana Guidance Center 1915 Snow Rd Parma, OH 44134 (419) 852-8590 www.humana.com

Insurance Strategy Inc 6368 Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 842-9922

Investigative Services Meech Security & Investigations P.O. Box 34068 Parma, OH 44134 (216) 459-0884 www.meechandassociates.com

Pilat Insurance Agency, Inc. 5925 Ridge Road Parma, OH 44129 (440) 888-1150

Mayor Gerald Boldt 1830 Gettysburg Parma, OH 44134

Pat Pell 19627 Ellsworth Dr Strongsville, OH 44149 (440) 655-1670

Rickles Insurance Agency 6500 Pearl Rd #102 Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 345-5570 xt15 www.farmersagent.com/srickles

Colleen Corrigan Day 1107 Meadowlawn Blvd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 644-5401 work

Dick Ress 4780 Woodbury Hills Parma, OH 44134 (440) 888-6183

Riley Agency Inc. 6575A Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 884-1786

Ryan Rossos 3683 Hilltop Dr Parma, OH 44134 (216) 534-0036 electryanrossos@hotmail.com

Tammy Steele-Kidd State Farm Insurance 9707 Brookpark Rd Parma, OH 44129 (216) 741-8387 www.TammySteele-Kidd.com

Kelly Scheiman 6003 Morningside Dr Parma, OH 44129 (440) 843-3919 Brad Sussman 369 Cherry Lane Seven Hills, OH 44131 (216) 401-9755

Little

Polish Diner

5772 Ridge Road, Parma

440-842-8212

Industrial ControlsInstrumentation Products UniControl Inc 1111 Brookpark Rd Cleveland, OH 44109 (216) 398-4414 www.unicontrolinc.com Industrial Metal Finishing Advanced Surface Technologies 12211 Sobieski Ave Cleveland, OH 44135 (216) 476-8600 AMac Enterprises Inc 5909 West 130th St Parma, OH 44130 (216) 362-1880 www.Amacent.com

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Vince Hrobat Insurance Agency 7252 Broadview Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 524-2007 Insurance & Financial Services Tammy Steele-Kidd State Farm Insurance 9707 Brookpark Rd Parma, OH 44129 (216) 741-8387 www.TammySteele-Kidd.com Insurance and Investments Four Star Insurance Agency Inc. 5835 Pearl Rd Parma, OH 44130 (440) 882-2000 www.fourstarinsurance.com

Jeweler Howard’s Jewelry Center 6333 Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 843-6800 www.HowardsJewelryCenter.com Labor Union Sheet Metal Workers’ LU #33 12515 Corporate Dr Parma, OH 44130 (216) 267-1645 Libraries Parma Ridge Library 5850 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 888-4300 www.cuyahogalibrary.org Parma Snow Library 2121 Snow Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 661-4240 Parma South Library 7335 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 885-5362 Manufacturers Sterling Die Operation 5565 Venture Dr, Unit D Parma, OH 44130 (216) 898-9330 UniControl Inc 1111 Brookpark Rd Cleveland, OH 44109 (216) 398-4414 www.unicontrolinc.com

Western Southern Financial Brendan Koch 6100 Oak Tree Blvd. #390 Independence, OH 44131 (440) 724-1759 www.wslife.com

Mortgage Company Crosscountry Mortgage Inc 12000 Snow Rd Suite 9 Parma, OH 44130 (440) 845-3700

Insurance Consultants Motor Vehicle Forensic Services Inc 5255 Commerce Parkway West Parma, OH 44130 (440) 877-0645

Moving and/or Storage Parma Movers 8686 Brookpark Rd Brooklyn, OH 44129 (216) 741-4747


Member Directory Newspapers Parma Sun Post 5510 Cleverleaf Parkway Cleveland, OH 44125 (216) 986-2600 The Gazette Newspapers 7014 Mill Rd Brecksville, OH 44141 (440) 526-7977 Cleveland Scene Magazine 1468 W. 9th Street Cleveland , OH 44113 (216) 241-7550 www.clevescene.com Non-Medical Home care for Seniors Home Instead Senior Care 26777 Lorain Rd #303 North Olmsted, OH 44070 (440) 734-7441 Non Profit Organizations Ashley’s Hope P.O. Box 347363 Parma, OH 44134 (877) 435-7557 www.ashleyshope.org LifeShare Community Blood Services 105 Cleveland St Elyria, OH 44035 (440) 322-5700 ext 130 www.lifeshare.cc Nursing and Rehab Center Royal Oak Nursing & Rehab Center 6973 Pearl Rd Middleburg Hts, OH 44130 (440) 884-9191 www.atriumlivingcenters.com Nursing and/or Rest Homes Broadview Multi-Care Center 5520 Broadview Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 749-4010 Mount Alverna Village 6765 State Rd Parma, OH 44134 (440) 843-7800 Mount Royal Villa 13900 Bennett Rd North Royalton, OH 44133 (440) 237-7966 www.consulatehealthcare.com Parma Care Center 5553 Broadview Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 661-6800 www.parmacarecenter.com Pleasant Lake Villa 12380 Plaza Dr Parma, OH 44130 (216) 926-4475 www.lhshealth.com

Pleasant Lake Villa 7260 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 842-2273

Friends of the Parma Libraries 7335 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 845-5360

Pleasantview Care Center 7377 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 845-0200

Parma Area Historical Society P.O. Box 29002 Parma, OH 44129 (440) 845-9770

Nursing Center and Retirement Community Greenbrier - Pine Grove 5608 Pearl Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 888-1320

Parma Area Jaycees Inc 7908 Day Dr Parma, OH 44129 (440) 759-1560

Greenbrier Sr Health Care Center 6455 Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 888-5900 Greenbrier Senior Retirement Community 6457 Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 888-5900 Office Equipment Diamond Business Machines, Inc. 5417 Pearl Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 845-2800 www.dbmstore.com

Parma Area Morning Kiwanis c/o Greenbrier SLC Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 897-6124 www.parmaareamorningkiwanis.org Parma C. E. R. T. 9605 Reichert Rd Parma, OH 44130 (216) 536-5336 Parma City Schools-CBS Partnership 5311 Longwood Ave Parma, OH 44134 (440) 885-8317 www.parmacityschools.org

Parma Professional Fire Fighters 6655 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (330) 807-0179 www.parmafire.org Parma Republican Club 5514 Ralston Dr Parma, OH 44129 (440) 842-6121 Parma Senior High Alumni Assoc 6285 W 54th St Parma, OH 44129 (440) 885-3700 www.pshalumni.org Parmadale 6753 State Rd Parma, OH 44134 (440) 845-7700 Proud of Parma 6635 Arbor Way Parma, OH 44134 (440) 843-3734 609 E. Dawnwood Dr Seven Hills, OH 44131 (440) 842-7476 6762 River Walk Dr Valley City, OH 44280 (216) 533-7117

Integrated Business Systems 6801 Engle Rd, Suite 1 Cleveland, OH 44130 (440) 816-2083 OBM 4523 Brookpark Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 485-2000 Office Products KIKS Office 6887 Smith Rd #5 Middleburg Heights, OH 44130 (440) 884-8000 www.kiksop.com Today’s Business Products 12985 Snow Rd Parma, OH 44130 (216) 267-5000 www.todaysbusinessproducts.com Ophthalmologist Capital Eyes Ophthalmology 6820 Ridge Rd #102 Parma, OH 44129 (440) 743-7456 Optometrist Doctors of Optometry 7448 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 885-0822 Organizations Boy Scouts of America 2241 Woodland Ave Cleveland, OH 44115 (216) 458-8919 2011 Parma Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory & Community Guide

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Member Directory Rotary Club Of Parma Parma, OH (440) 230-9757 www.parmarotary.org Valley Forge Alumni Assoc. 3418 W 127th St Cleveland, OH 44111 (216) 889-9179 West Creek Preservation Committee P.O. Box 347113 Parma, OH 44134 (216) 749-3720 www.westcreek.org Organization (Non Profit support group) Hospice of the Western Reserve 300 E 185th Street Cleveland, OH 44119 (216) 701-4061 www.hospicewr.org Organization (Veterans) American Legion Post 572 6483 State Rd Parma, OH 44134 (440) 845-0572 www.post572.com Outdoor Amusements Great Lakes Expositions 4601 Ridgewood Dr Parma, OH 44134 (216) 346-4766 Painting/Paper HangingResidential & Commercial Neubert Painting 12108 Madison Ave. Lakwood, OH 44107 (216) 529-0360 www.neubertpainting.com Party Centers St. Michael’s Woodside 5025 E Mill Rd Broadview Heights, OH 44147 (440) 526-9696

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Wal-Tam’s Catering 461 Nemet Dr Seven Hills, OH 44131 (440) 842-6522 www.cateringbywaltams.com Photography Tom Miller Photography 1809 Tuxedo Ave Parma, OH 44134 (216) 459-0553 Pizza Donatos Pizza Inc 10300 Sprague Rd Parma, OH 44130 (440) 885-4811 5461 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 843-6861 P Jay’s Pizza 5859 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 885-4355 Plumbing & Heating Contractor Mayer Plumbing & Heating 5914 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 885-2800 www.mayerplumbingco.com Plumbing Services & Repairs Pogonowski Plumbing, Inc. 6675 Rochelle Blvd. Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 724-1288 Printing Suburban Press Inc 3818 Lorain Ave Cleveland, OH 44113 (216) 961-0766 Insta-Print 3101 Brookpark Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 741-6500 www.instaprintinc.com

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Minuteman Press 5341 Broadview Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 741-8258 Trio Creative Design Studios 1020 Hillsdale Ave Parma, OH 44134 (216) 741-1372 www.triocds.com Publisher Great Lakes Publishing Co. 1422 Euclid Ave. #730 Cleveland, OH 44115 (216) 377-3693 www.glpublishing.com Real Estate Century 21 DePiero & Associates 5581 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (216) 376-5807 www.century21.com E Sarian & Associates Inc 12891 W Linden Lane Parma, OH 44130 (440) 886-6706 Howard Hanna Real Estate 9225 Sprague Rd North Royalton, OH 44133 (440) 971-5600 www.donnamarchese.realtor.com M.B.A. Realty Inc 9900 Boundary Lane Parma, OH 44130 (440) 885-0139 www.bizbrokermba.com Real Estate-Commercial Crescendo Commercial Realty 6929 West 130th St St 401 Parma Heights, OH 44130 (216) 570-6714 www.cc-realty.com Midtown Improvements LLC c/o DLC Management Group 1315 W 22nd St Ste#250 Oak Brook, IL 60523 (630) 571-6450 www.dlcmgmt.com

Recording Studio/ Audio–Visual Advanced Audio Design Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 409-5623 www.aacdpro.com Rental Service-Tools & Party Equipment ABC Rental 6514 Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 886-0018 www.abcrentalparma.com Research,Development and Administration Graftech International Holdings 12900 Snow Rd Parma, OH 44130 (216) 676-2000 Restaurants &/or Lounges Bam Boozle’s 5515 Broadview Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 741-2813 Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar 7979 Broadview Rd Broadview Heights, OH 44147 (440) 546-9453 www.buffalowildwings.com Carrie Cerino’s Ristorante 8922 Ridge Rd N Royalton, OH 44133 (440) 237-3434 www.carriecerinos.com Club House Pub 6365 Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 884-2582 Del Sangro’s Ristorante & Lounge 13450 Snow Rd Brook Park, OH 44142 (216) 362-1070 Eat ‘N’ Park Restaurant 2075 Snow Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 459-1515


Member Directory Eddie’s Pizzeria Cerino 7305 Broadview Rd Suite H Seven Hills, OH 44131 (216) 236-6007 www.pizzeriacerino.com Fox & Hound Pub & Grille 8735 Day Dr Parma, OH 44129 (440) 842-8840 www.fhrg.com Little Polish Diner 5772 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 842-8212 Moe’s Southwest Grill 7769 Day Dr Parma, OH 44129 (440) 345-5580 www.moes.com Mom’s Pierogies P.O. Box 34213 Parma, OH 44134 (216) 661-1347 www.Momspierogiescleveland.com Mr Chicken-FRC Enterprises Inc 29025 Lakeshore Blvd Willowick, OH 44095 (440) 585-4800 Outback Steakhouse 6950 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 842-6114 Qdoba’s Mexican Grill 7402 Broadview Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 520-6331 Wagon Wheel Pub 8761 Snow Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 884-5200

Summit Academy Parma Community School 5868 Stumph Rd. Parma, OH 44130 (440) 888-5407 www.summitacademies.com Security Systems Guardian Alarm 1507 Brookpark Rd Cleveland, OH 44109 (216) 739-9199 www.guardianalarm.com Protection One 10139 Royalton Rd Suite B North Royalton, OH 44133 (216) 789-5513 www.Protection1.com Service Club Parma Area Morning Kiwanis c/o Greenbrier SLC Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 897-6124 www.parmaareamorningkiwanis.org Sheltered Workshop Parma Adult Activity Center 12660 Plaza Dr Parma, OH 44130 (216) 265-3030 Shopping Centers Parmatown Mall 7899 W Ridgewood Dr Parma, OH 44129 (440) 885-5506 www.parmatown.com Pleasant Valley Shopping Center 30050 Chagrin Blvd #360 Pepper Pike, OH 44124 (216) 464-5550

Supermarkets Giant Eagle-Day Dr 7939 Day Dr Parma, OH 44129 (440) 888-7316 Gillombardo Giant Eagle 1825 Snow Rd Parma, OH 44134 (216) 398-2980

Veterinarians Bartels & Busack Pet Hospital 6270 State Rd Parma, OH 44134 (440) 845-7141 www.bartelsbusackpethospital.com

Tax & Financial Planning The Lipson Group 1422 Euclid Ave #1500 Cleveland, OH 44115 (216) 861-1100 www.lipsoncpa.com

Parma Animal Hospital 5522 Pearl Rd Parma, OH 44129 (440) 885-1818

Telecommunications AT&T Ohio 45 Erieview Plaza Rm 1500 Cleveland, OH 44114 (216) 822-7283

Video Productions Zap Video Productions 6234 Pearl Rd Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 886-5417 www.zapvideoproductions.com

Television, Radio, VCR Service & Sales Electra-Sound Inc 5260 Commerce Pkwy W Parma, OH 44130 (216) 433-9600

Video Rentals Family Video 6217 W 130th Street Parma, OH 44130 (216) 676-8080 www.familyvideo.com

Tool & Die Fabrication Mikan Die & Tool LLC 13410 Enterprise Ave Cleveland, OH 44135 (216) 265-2811

Weight Loss Physicians Weight Loss Center 6877 W 130th St Parma Heights, OH 44130 (440) 842-9900

Transportation & Warehousing Parma Movers 8686 Brookpark Rd Brooklyn, OH 44129 (216) 741-4747

Wholesale Distribution (rubber molds & oil bearings) Earnest Machine Products Co 12502 Plaza Dr Parma, OH 44130 (216) 362-1100 www.earnestmachine.com

RMS Investment Corporation 20119 Van Aken Blvd #201 Shaker Heights, OH 44122 (216) 491-8800

Travel Bureaus/Vacations AAA East Central 17220 Royalton Rd Strongsville, OH 44136 (440) 783-3395

Signs, Lettering, Awnings John J Jakovcic Signs 9500 Yvonne Dr N Royalton, OH 44133 (440) 666-4547

Pearl Travel 6029 Edgebrook Blvd Parma Hts, OH 44130 (440) 888-9612 www.pearltravelinc.com

Schools Constellation Schools 5730 Broadview Road Parma, OH 44134 (216) 712-7600 www.constellationschools.com

Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Centers HCR ManorCare Parma 9055 W Sprague Rd Parma, OH 44133 (440) 345-9300 www.hrcmanorcare.com

TripsbyTony.com 9519 Fernhill Ave Parma, OH 44129 (440) 346-4056 www.tripsbytony.com

Padua Franciscan High School 6740 State Rd Parma, OH 44134 (440) 845-8224 www.PaduaFranciscan.com

Sunbridge Health Care 2801 East Royalton Rd Boradview Heights, OH 44147 (440) 526-4770 (office) www.sunbridgehealthcare.com

Parma City School District 5311 Longwood Ave Parma, OH 44134 (440) 885-8317 www.parmacityschools.org

Sporting Goods Sports Focus Sporting Goods Inc 6659 Pearl Rd Parma Hts, OH 44130 (440) 884-5600

Retreat & Education Center - Non Profit Jesuit Retreat House 5629 State Rd Parma, OH 44134 (440) 884-9300 www.jrh-cleveland.org

The Illuminating Co. 7755 Auburn Rd Concord, OH 44077 (440) 350-7716

Utilities Columbia Gas Of Ohio, Inc. 3101 North Ridge Rd, E Lorain, OH 44055 (440) 240-6122 Home Energy Audit Services LLC 7919 Liberty Ave Parma, OH 44129 (216) 409-8509 www.homeenergyauditservices.com

Wholesale Food Service GFS Marketplace 10820 Brookpark Rd Brooklyn, OH 44130 (216) 267-0390 Workers’ Compensation Administration Baylor Associates Inc. 7000 Fitzwater Rd. #201 Brecksville, OH 44141 (440) 546-7600

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l Important Phone Numbers

Important Numbers Police (emergency)......................................... 911 Fire & Rescue (emergency)............................ 911

The City of Parma, Ohio 6611 Ridge Road • Parma, OH, 44129 440.885.8000 • www.cityofparma-oh.gov Mayor’s Office...................................440-885-8001 Director of Communications & Community Relations....................440-885-8181 Recreation Department.....................440-885-8144 Service Department...........................440-885-8184 Service Garage..................................440-885-8980 Sewer Service....................................216-443-8201 Department of Public Safety..............440-885-8174 Police................................................440-887-7300 Non-Emergency................................440-885-1234 Fire Department................................440-885-8160 Building Department.........................440-885-8032 Economic Development Director.......216-661-7412 Engineering Department...................440-885-8110 Community Services & Economic Development Department.................216-661-7372 Parma Municipal Court.....................440-887-7400 Parma Public Housing Agency...........216-661-2015 Human Resources.............................440-885-8167 Auditor.............................................440-885-8020 Law Department...............................440-885-8132 Treasurer’s Office...............................440-885-8810 City Council......................................440-885-8091 Senior Services..................................440-885-8800

The City of Parma Heights, Ohio 6281 Pearl Road • Parma Heights, Ohio 44130 440-884-9600 • www.parmaheightsoh.gov Police Station (non-emergency..........440-884-1234 Fire Station (non-emergency)............440-885-1717 City Hall............................................440-884-9600 Mayor’s Office...................... 440-884-9600, ext. 15 City Council......................... 440-884-9600, ext. 35 Community & Economic Dev................... 440-884-9600, ext. 26 Income Tax Department....... 440-888-6440, ext. 21 Planning Department........... 440-884-9600, ext. 29 32

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ADVERTISER INDEX Auto Repair & Service Jo Joes Automotive...................p 13, 25 www.jojoesautomotive.com Assisted Living Pleasantview Care Center..............p 18 www.pleasantview-care-center.com Bank/Credit Unions PSE Credit Union.........................p 9, 13 www.psecreditunion.org Business Cox Business Internet.....................p 29 www.coxcleveland.com

Court Clerk.......................... 440-884-9600, ext. 43 Law Department.................. 440-884-9600, ext. 29 Prosecutor’s Office............... 440-884-9600, ext. 40 Safety Department............... 440-884-9600, ext. 37 Personnel Department......... 440-884-9600, ext. 40 Payroll Department.............. 440-884-9600, ext. 17 Accounts Payable................. 440-884-9600, ext. 21 Finance Department............. 440-884-9600, ext. 16 Recreation Department........ 440-884-9600, ext. 37 Probation/ Human Services................... 440-884-9600, ext. 33 Service Dept./City Services.................440-884-9607 Building Department.........................440-884-9607 Parma Heights Senior Center............440-888-4416 Paul W. Cassidy Theatre....................440-842-4600 Swimming Pool.................................440-886-2424 Parma Heights Library.......................440-884-2313

The City of Seven Hills, Ohio 7325 Summitview Drive • Seven Hills, Ohio, 44131 216-524-4421 • www.sevenhillsohio.org Police Department (non-emergency................................216-524-3911 Fire department (non-emergency).....216-524-3321 City Hall............................................216-524-4421 Mayor’s Office...................................216-901-0269 Senior & Human Services..................216-525-6230 Community Relations........................216-525-6227 Service Department...........................216-525-6225 Building Department.........................216-524-4427 Recreation Department.....................216-524-6262 Engineering Department...................216-525-6277 Law Department...............................216-525-6237 Finance Department..........................216-525-6248 Courts..............................................216-524-4421

Catering Wal-tam’s.........................................p 25 www.cateringbywaltams.com Chamber of Commerce Parma Area Chamber of Commerce...................p 23 www.parmaareachamber.org Childcare Creative Playrooms Montessori & Child Care.............p 6, 14 www.creativeplayrooms.com Chiropractor Timber Ridge Neck & Back Pain Clinic......................p 14, 32 www.northroyaltonchiropractor.com Church Parma Heights Baptist Church...........................p 14, 20 www.phbaptist.org Cleaning The Cleaning Authority..................p 10 broadviewheights.thecleaningauthority.com

Hospice Holy Family Hospice..................p 13, 25 Hospital/Medical Facilities Kaiser Permanente..........................p 19 www.kaiserpermanente.org Parma Community General Hospital.............p 12, 16, 17, Back Cover www.parmahospital.org Insurance AA+ All American Insurance Agency..............................p 4 www.autoinsurancesaver.com Four Star Insurance...........................p 5 www.fourstarinsurance.com Medical Imaging/ Radiology Services Drs. Hill & Thomas Co./ Westside Imaging Center...............p 15 www.hillandthomas.com Photographers Beverly David Photography...........p 22 www.beverlydavidphoto.com Mamarazzi LLC..................................p 6 www.mamarazzipix.com Physical Therapy Millennium Rehabilitation..............p 30 www.m-rehab.org Realtor Beth NewcombHowardHanna...................................p 4 ElizabethNewcomb.HowardHanna.com Restaurant The Little Polish Diner.....................p 28

Colleges & Universities Bryant & Stratton College..........p 9, 14 www.bryantstratton.edu

Retirement Community Park Creek Center...........................p 21 www.parkcreekretirement.com

Cuyahoga Community College-West...............p 11 www.tri-c.edu

School Bethany Lutheran School.................p 7 www.bethanyparma.org

Credit Union Unity Catholic Federal Credit Union.........................p 4 www.unitycatholiccu.org

School-Charter Constellation Schools LLC...........p 8, 13 www.constellationschools.com

Funeral Homes Mallchok Funeral Home....................p 5 Ripepi Funeral Home......................p 27 www.ripepi.com Health Care Humana Guidance Center......... Inside Front Cover www.humana.com Home Care Homewatch Caregivers..................p 28 www.homewatchcaregivers.com

Senior Services Broadview Multi-Care Center............................p 21 www.broadviewmulticare.com Mount Alverna Village...................p 15 www.mountalvernavillage.com Shopping Mall/Plazas Parmatown Mall..............................p 30 www.parmatown.com Pleasant Valley Shopping Center...............................p 9

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