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Parma Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory & Community Guide.. We hope that this guide is a useful reference for everyone in the area, whether you are a long-time resident, a visitor passing through, or a local business. The Parma Area Chamber of Commerce serves the cities of Parma, Parma Heights, and Seven Hills. Parma is the 7th largest city in Ohio; the three cities combined total over 100,000 people (based on the 2020 census). Joining the three cities together is the Parma City School District, serving 10,000 students across their 17 facilities. So, what is a chamber of commerce? states “The Chamber of Commerce is a local organization that gathers business leaders working in the community. The intention is to advance the goals and interests of your organization and others operating in the area.” And for the most part that is true — But we are so much more than that. We were formed in 1955 as the Parma Chamber of Commerce, but as the years went by, we later included the cities of Parma Heights and Seven Hills. Today, we are a diverse group of members, including businesses, residents, and volunteers, from corporate giants to ‘mom and pop’ stores. By networking with each other, offering help and advice based on our varied professional experiences, we work to make our community a better place for all to be successful. Our Mission Statement: The Mission of the Parma Area Chamber of Commerce is to develop,

encourage, promote, and protect the commercial, professional, industrial, financial, and general business interests of the Parma Area. The events of the last year have reinforced the importance of personal relationships in our business community. Many of our members lost their businesses, and for that we are truly sorry. Now is the time to reinvent our organization, to work with new entrepreneurs and business owners, the next generation of family-owned businesses, and new executives in large corporations, to create a 21st century definition of a chamber of commerce. We need your help — we need new ideas, new initiatives, and new programs to make a difference in our community. Let’s work on a new direction together, supporting our local businesses, our schools, our community, and our government. Let’s get involved as a unified group, to go beyond just developing networks and improving business interests, and band together with renewed passion to make our area a better place to live and work. Can you help? If so, consider joining our organization. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Phil Kish Executive Director Parma Area Chamber of Commerce 3

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ON THE COVER: Parma Area Business & Community Leaders (left to right): Anthony Biasiotta. Mayor, City of Seven Hills; Michael Byrne, Mayor, City of Parma Heights; Michelle Green, CEO, HER Realtors, Michelle Green Professional Group; Tim DeGeeter, Mayor, City of Parma; Phil Kish, Executive Director, Parma Area Chamber of Commerce; Sarah O’Bryan, Superintendent, Constellation Schools; Megan Baugher, Director, Old Brook High School; Joseph C. Anderson, CEO, PSE Credit Union; Dr. Lisa N. Williams, President, Cuyahoga Community College Western Campus. Missing from photo: Kristin Graham, Director, Holy Family Home Health Care & Hospice; Charles Smialek, Superintendent, Parma City Schools. Cover Photo Location: The Parma script sign located next to the Splash Pad in Anthony Zielinski Park. Photographer: Stephanie Kame, Silk Studio Photography.

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The City of Parma

Community Spirit

PARMA PROUD: Parma’s Independence Day Parade and Ukrainian Village Parade (above) returned this summer and attracted big crowds.

Makes Parma an Attractive Place to Live Parma Mayor Tim DeGeeter often states that

Parma is the seventh largest city in Ohio. Despite the size of this sprawling inner-ring suburb with more than 81,000 residents, the city is a close-knit, neighborly community beaming with civic pride. After a year of cancellations due to the pandemic, the city was happy to play host again to parades and events. The biggest gathering was July 3, 2021, when an estimated 4,000 residents lined Ridge Road to watch 500 participants in the Independence Day Parade, a tradition that dates back to the mid-1960s. Chris Mayor Tim DeGeeter

Knebusch said it was the biggest turnout he has witnessed during his 20 years of organizing the 90-minute parade, now sponsored by the community nonprofit, We Are Parma Proud. “We had some smaller events in June as we were returning to our summer activities schedule, but the excitement that day was amazing,” said Parma Mayor Tim DeGeeter. “Everyone was ready to gather and celebrate again.” Additionally, council members and safety forces were able to connect on a personal level this summer with residents during ward safety meetings, the Safety Fair and Citizens Police Academy. “These programs

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One of Parma’s Best Kept Secrets Nestled in the heart of Parma, the

Ridgewood Golf Course is one of the best kept secrets among Cleveland area golf courses. Although the course has seen many changes over the years, Cleveland golf writers have always called it the ideal golf layout because the average golfer can score well, and scratch players never burn up the course. The old saying goes, “Do not judge a book by its cover.” In this case, its scorecard. The 18-hole course features more than 6,100 yards of golf from the championship tees with a par of 70. The course rating is 68.6, and it has a slope rating of 114 on bluegrass. Designed by Sandy Alves, better known as the original

foreman for golf course architect Donald Ross, the fun and challenging course was built in 1924 and officially opened July 4, 1925. Most greens are ample, but some have a slight tilt and are elevated, so golfers need to be careful not to go long. Water hazards come into play on six holes. There are a few well-placed bunkers, and the back nine is tighter than the front nine. Golfers should watch out for the 13th hole, a 615-yard par 5 from the back tees that features a sharp dogleg right with an approach shot downhill to a big green. Weather permitting, the clubhouse is open year round, but hours of operation vary. The clubhouse has a bar, snack counter and banquet facility. For more information, visit 5

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give community members an inside look at how our police department, fire department and dispatch center work together to keep them safe. At the Safety Fair, parents and their children climbed into vehicles, saw demonstrations and heard safety tips. These interactions help first responders better serve our community,” said Safety Director Tom Weinreich. Safe neighborhoods is one reason more people are buying homes in Parma. Good schools, thriving retail shops, a variety of restaurants, proximity to downtown Cleveland and a recreation department that offers activities for all ages and athletic interests are significant reasons why Parma has a strong housing market. Between July 2020 and July 2021, the average sales price for a home rose 16.5 percent. “Homes in Parma are affordable. A family can purchase a three- or four-bedroom home between $145,000 and $169,000, and it will be located in a nice neighborhood with easy access to schools, churches and parks,” said Community Services Director Erik Tollerup. One park that saw an increase in activity this year was James Day Park. The introduction of a Warrior Fitness Course attracted people throughout Northeast Ohio to the park. “It is the only one of its kind in the region. Kids use it like a playground, teens use it for training, and young adults use it for physical fitness. It is physically benefitting many different age groups,” said Recreation Department Director Mickey Vittardi. “This city has so much to

ONLY IN PARMA: Many children, young athletes and exercise enthusiasts enjoy the new Warrior Fitness Course at James Day Park.

offer. For example, from City Hall a resident can walk to The Shoppes at Parma, the popular Splash Pad, our Ridgewood Golf Course, our award-winning senior center, the county library branch and historical Stearns Homestead,” DeGeeter explained. “Plus, our residents have easy access to University Hospitals Parma Medical Center, located across the street from the library. It is a concentrated array of wonderful amenities and services.” DeGeeter added that a program that began last summer and continued this year featured awards given to homeowners who show pride in their properties. This summer and early fall, city council members gave Parma Beautification Awards to residents with lovely homes, and picturesque landscaping. Photos of the winners’ homes were then posted on social media. “These homes are what make Parma what it is. The homeowners love receiving the yard signs,” DeGeeter said. “It says to us that Parma residents are proud of their neighborhoods, and they want others to share in that sense of community pride.”

PROUD TO SERVE PARMA MAYOR TIM DEGEETER Paid for by Friends of Timothy J. Degeeter / 6009 Dawn Vista Oval, Parm 44129



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The City of Parma Heights

Community Grows Here Our motto here in Parma Heights

is Community Grows Here and never was it more appropriate than during the lockdown of the Covid pandemic. How a community functions during the day-to-day can become vastly different when it is put to the test. In Parma Heights, we learned, adapted, and rose to the challenge. Our safety forces continued to offer life-saving services without interruption. Our senior center was physically closed but the staff delivered thousands of meals and connected our seniors with virtual health, wellness, and entertainment programs. Mayor Michael Byrne Our recreation programs were suspended but with nearly all of our residents living within a half-mile of one of our nine city parks, the great outdoors and the Cleveland Metroparks were still accessible to all. Our website continues to address residents’ concerns and provide valuable information regarding city services as well as pandemic programs for rent assistance, health care, vaccine availability, and other needs. Many of our businesses are sole proprietors who were especially hard hit by the lockdown and our economic development department

MAKING OUR OWN FUN: Kids in the Commons event held fun for all at Greenbrier Commons and PSE Credit Union's Penney the Puppy also made an appearance!

went into overdrive to provide them, via email and regular mail, with all important information on loans, grants, and other assistance as quickly as it was received from

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Parma Heights

The City of Seven Hills Aerial view of North Park.

TO SERVE AND PROTECT: Parma Heights Police recruiting future officers!

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federal, state, and county officials. In good times and in bad – Parma Heights has it all – small town amenities in a big city location. Our city has award-winning safety forces, quality services including recreation for all ages, and a variety of affordable housing on quiet, tree-lined streets. Our 4.4 square-mile community is a great place to live, work, play, shop, own a business, and raise a family. Learn more or read Mayor Byrne’s Cityview newsletter on our website, “Like” us on Facebook: City of Parma Heights; Follow us on Twitter or Instagram: parmahts. We invite you to discover the benefits of living and working in Parma Heights – a place where you can experience why we say... Community Grows Here.

Small Town Charm While the City of Seven Hills is conveniently situated only 15

minutes from Downtown Cleveland, the Metroparks and the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, it maintains the safety and charm of a smalltown community. Seven Hills has a population of 11,590 residents and encompasses 4.91 square miles. As of 2017 the median home value was $249,950. Our community is currently embracing growing commercial activity and boasts several City parks nestled throughout the City for easy access from any neighborhood. Earlier this year, our city acquired the new Nature Preserve at North Park. New residents and businesses continue to recognize that Seven Hills is a city on the rise. This allows us to look to the future with great anticipation. This is evidenced by how quickly home sales have turned in 2021. Often within a day or two of a home hitting the market, new families are ready to relocate Mayor Anthony Biasiotta to our City. In addition, Seven Hills has become a job creating city over the last several years. Earlier this year we celebrated the ground breaking for the Erie Bank Headquarters on Rockside Road. We look forward to

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SPECIAL DAYS: (left) Ed 'Flash' Ferenc, former radio personality of FM 100.7 WMMS radio is inducted into Seven Hills Hall of Fame; (above) representatives help with the ground breaking of The Erie Bank Headquarters located on Rockside Road in April of 2021.

welcoming them in early 2022. Mayor Biasiotta introduced the Mayor’s Business of the Month. Each month, this program spotlights a wonderful business that chose our city to do business in, and in doing so, provide amenities to communities and generate revenue. Seven Hills hosts a number of events throughout the year that adds to the City’s charm and helps create the sense of community so many seek. We welcomed back Our Annual Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony, our Home Days, in which we added a third day this year celebrating the first ever Community Day on Sunday. 2021 brought some new traditions as well with our first ever Summer Band Series that was a huge success right here on the grounds of City Hall. The core values of community, friendship and fun were experienced by all. The city also welcomed back our Annual Farmer’s

Market each and every Thursday evening from May through October. Our focus for the future is to closely monitor our finances, improve public services, provide modern municipal facilities, upgrade our parks and last but not least, continue our long tradition of being one of the safest cities in the State of Ohio. We hope that you will consider joining us on our journey of building the future of Seven Hills together.


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Your Journey Begins HERE!

The Parma City School District is proud to

serve 9,500 students in preschool through 12th grade residing in the cities of Parma, Parma Heights and Seven Hills. The district believes in developing confident learners and inspiring them to take on challenges both in and out of the classroom.

THE FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT: PCSD students are ready to learn in our classrooms with our passionate teachers. PCSD has many technical education programs to foster skills that will set students up for success after graduation. Our STEM program classes at the high school level such as Biotechnology provide students with project-based learning opportunities.

and other elective classes.

EDUCATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS ACADEMICS • One-to-one student technology is a resource that The Parma City School District (PCSD) works closely with supports academic achievement for all students students to develop critical thinking and problemenrolled in our school district. solving skills to thrive in the 21st century. The • First Step Preschool for students with and foundation is built upon reading, writing, and without disabilities to learn together in a discussing across all grades and disciplines. supportive, inclusive environment. In preschool through elementary school, • Special education programs for students students are introduced to the basics while across all disabilities and grades. using technology and a hands-on approach to • STEM Project Based Learning program for spark creativity and a passion for learning. In students in Grades K-7. the middle schools, the house program groups • High school options include advanced teachers and students together to better focus Superintendent Charles Smialek placement courses, honors courses, dual on curriculum and collaboration to achieve enrollment, flexible credit and a variety of career and goals. At the high school level, students reach for the next technical education classes. level of success with rigorous course offerings, including FOCUS ON EARLY LITERACY several Advanced Placement (AP) courses and Career Research is clear that children who are not reading at and Technical Education opportunities. The PCSD a third-grade level by the end of Grade 3 are likely to provides a well-rounded academic experience. Students have trouble learning in all classroom subjects in higher at all levels can express themselves through art, music, grades. The PCSD is committed to providing our youngest readers with a strong foundation of high-quality literacy instruction. Student reading development is monitored YOUR STORY BEGINS HERE! closely to ensure students are on track with grade level expectations. Students who are ready for more challenging activities are provided with extensions while other students are given reinforcement or intensive intervention.

Proudly serving the residents of Parma, Parma Heights and Seven Hills! Connect with us @parmaschools

COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS The PCSD offers 16 Career and Technical pathway programs, job training programs and CTE semester elective courses that begin in Grade 8. All high school career tech programs provide opportunities for certification and college credit.

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Constellation Schools



onstellation Schools enters its 24th year of providing highquality public education offering parents a choice when it comes to selecting a school that best meets the needs of their children. Beginning with their first school, establishing communities of learners where teachers and administrators, in partnership with parents, work together to ensure every child receives the high-quality education he or she deserves has been their goal. Technology-rich environments ensure that teachers and caring support staff are responsible for the success of each school and the students they serve. Commitment and dedication create a collaborative work environment that each staff member has made to Constellation’s mission and vision. In this unprecedented time, it is a privilege to serve families and have parents as partners in the education of their children. Visit any of our 15 school locations and see why Constellation Schools are “The Right Choice for Parents and a Real Chance for Children!”

Sarah O’Bryan, Superintendent

For more information, visit

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In Challenging Times, Tri-C’s Western Campus Puts Students First No institution could have predicted the challenges

presented by a pandemic, but Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C)’s response proved nimble and effective, keeping students at the front of it’s concerns. In the 2021-2022 academic year, Tri-C’s Western Campus located in Parma stands prepared to provide students with the resources they need. As COVID-19 uncertainty continues, Western Campus has instituted safety measures to resume many in-person classes. Masking and social distancing are an everyday part of life. The College has even installed a new HVAC system that takes out 99.4% of all COVID-related viruses. Meanwhile, the College remains a national leader in the delivery of online classes. To directly help students where it matters most, Tri-C was awarded stimulus money from the higher education

Dr. Lisa N. Williams



or nearly 30 years, Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) has been part of Lisa Williams’ life. The new Western Campus president is a 1994 graduate who began working for Tri-C a year later, serving in a variety of roles until leaving for Terra State Community College in Fremont, Ohio, in 2009. She returned to the College in 2014 and became Eastern Campus president in 2019. Her move back to Parma’s Western Campus — where she previously served as assistant dean of health careers and sciences — became effective Aug. 2. “This is where my roots started,” Williams said. “In many ways, it’s an opportunity for me to pay it forward for the wonderful opportunity I had as a student at Tri-C.” Williams said she aims to prioritize enrollment. Tri-C, like many colleges around the country, saw a significant enrollment drop during the COVID-19 pandemic. “We want to work on increasing our enrollment, our retention and the success of our students,” Williams said. “My goal is to really provide a stronger, more educated workforce and increase the talent pipeline within Dr. Lisa N. Williams, President Northeast Ohio.” For more information, visit

fund of the American Rescue Plan Act. A little more than half will go directly to students who have been impacted by the pandemic. In August, the College debuted the Tri-C College Comeback program, a new initiative with the goal of forgiving student debt and encouraging students to return to Tri-C and complete their degrees and certificates. This academic year marks the 50th anniversary of the College’s Captioning and Court Reporting program, located at Western Campus. Laurie Moniz, an instructor in the program, was named 2021 Educator of the Year by the National Court Reporters Association. In September, Tri-C Western Campus celebrated the 30th anniversary of Mottl Field. The baseball complex is used not just by the Triceratops, but is a home base for regional leagues. “The landscape may change,” said Lisa Williams, campus president. “But one thing stays the same: Tri-C puts students’ interests first.” Visit for more information.

Your Journey 8 Continued from page 10 Students are achieving high levels of academic success, many graduating with Honors diploma and accessing college credits through the College Credit Plus program while still in high school. In addition, more students are taking one or more of the 17 Advanced Placement (AP) course offerings and scoring a three or better on these AP exams. Additionally, more PCSD graduates are seeking and enrolling in post-secondary opportunities including community college, four-year college or trade school.

DISTANCE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES During this unprecedented time, the PCSD quickly adapted to find innovative ways to continue teaching and engaging students. The district implemented a variety of tools, including the full Google Suite of products, for teachers to connect with their students during distance learning. Parma Schools implemented the Parma Virtual Learning Academy (PVLA) at the beginning of the 20202021 school year to offer families the option for complete online learning with our qualified and passionate staff.

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Megan Baugher



ld Brook High School Parma Campus is an alternative high school that services students from the ages 15 to 21. The school was designed for the unique needs of teens who want to graduate early or may have been failed by traditional high schools. They offer a flexible class schedule that works around jobs, childcare, or other obligations. Students can also work at their own pace to get back on track or even graduate early. The faculty at Old Brook Parma Campus also knows that a high school diploma is just the first step in getting a good job. In their Day Drive building, they offer high school diplomas and career tech credentials including construction, healthcare, business & entrepreneurial and nail technology.

Megan Baugher, Director

REAL LIFE SKILLS: Combine classroom experience and clinical practice to learn patient care skills and earn your Phlebotomy Certification to get a job in a hospital, long-term living facility, or in a critical care facility.

To learn more about the school call 216-236-3208 or visit their website at

Old Brook High School Parma Campus Offers Students Alternative Career Opportunities Students enrolled in the Career Tech

Program at Old Brook High School Parma Campus will not be twiddling their thumbs asking themselves “Why do I need to know this?” The program offers certifications in construction, healthcare, business and entrepreneurial and nail tech, teaching students real world skills that can be applied to an in-demand career upon graduation. Students will not only learn technical competence, but also soft skills that employers require to execute their business needs. “Our Critical Tech Program is different in that we are forming a Workforce Advisory Board that keeps our staff and students directly engaged with local businesses,” says Dr. Jerry Farley, VP of Career Tech. To learn more about the career tech program at Old Brook High School Parma Campus, call 216-236-3208 or visit their website at 13


Parma Branch (pictured left) 6996 Powers Blvd. Parma, OH 44129 Ph. 440.885.5362

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America’s Top-Rated Library Cuyahoga County Public Library’s (CCPL)

27 branches serve 47 communities across Northeast Ohio — including two branches in Parma located at 2121 Snow Road and 6996 Powers Boulevard. Excellent programs and customer service are the key reasons CCPL has been rated the country’s best year after year. CCPL has continued providing these valuable resources to the public during the COVID-19 pandemic through a mix of socially distanced in-person and virtual programming, including:

2121 Snow Rd . Parma, OH 44134 Ph. 216.661.4240

n A world-class collection of books, movies and music n Career counseling and support for job seekers n HSE/GED®, ESOL, citizenship and adult reading classes n Afterschool homework help for students n Virtual author visits n Innovation Centers that provide access to 3-D printing, design software and more n Free computer classes Learn more about how CCPL inspires and supports its communities at

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ichelle Green, the team leader of HER REALTORS Michelle Green Professional Group, specializes in Cleveland’s Southwest suburbs real estate. Michelle grew up in the Cleveland area, specifically Parma Heights, and has been working in the Southwest suburban housing market since 2005. Michelle and her team find great pleasure in helping people with the largest purchase of their lives. They cover singlefamily homes, condos as well as new construction. With the Cleveland area’s affordable housing options and an abundance of cultural, geographic and economic diversity, our area is a great place to call home. “Right now is still a great time to buy as interest rates remain incredibly low. And on the selling side, low inventory is driving up home prices. We have a mix of housing opportunities. Whether someone wants to live downtown or have acreage in a suburb. You can be in a walkable neighborhood in an inner ring suburb, or a brand-new development. What works best for you depends on your lifestyle, your work and necessary conveniences. All of these

influence your states Michelle.


With multi-millions of dollars in sales and the best interests of their clients and the real estate community in mind, Michelle and her team have the skills and know-how to help sellers and buyers in this ever-changing and often complex market. Aligned with HER REALTORS - the country’s largest agent-owned real estate firm founded in 1956 by Harley E. Rouda Sr. - Michelle Green Professional Group has connections across the country, to meet all clients’ needs.

Michelle Green, Team Leader

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Homes & Real Estate Is the Housing Market Changing? The answer… “Yes AND No”. The number of new

listings coming on the market in the Parma area is down 7% compared to the same time last year! Meanwhile, the number of Active listings on the market is UP over 17% compared to last year. What does this mean? Some sellers are pricing their homes too high right off the bat, instead of letting the buyer demand drive up their price. The crazy thing is, the average Sold price in the Parma School District (for singlefamily homes) is up 13%! The issue is that, many sellers are nervous about listing without having a place to move to. And, if they are pricing too high to start, their houses aren’t selling as quickly as they were during the height of this market. Some sellers still have buyers lining up to see their home before the ink is dry on the listing paperwork (and

sometimes, even before the paperwork is started!). In this case, it gives the seller more flexibility to move and find their dream home. Why? Because, with the shortage of homes coming on the market, buyers are just waiting for the right home to come along and are acting quickly to make sure their offer is the one accepted. Meanwhile, inventory is still low in most markets. With the extreme competitiveness in the market due to the lack of inventory, we are still seeing a large number of multiple offer situations and sellers are able to be firmer on their prices as long as they price it according to the market to begin with. With strategic marketing, from a full-time REALTOR®, across multiple types of media, a seller can take advantage of the market and sell for considerably more money than ever imagined! There has never been a better time for buyers to work with a full-time REALTOR with a reputable Broker so they don’t miss out on their dream home. If you’re thinking about SELLING or BUYING, position yourself perfectly! Use a full-time REALTOR to take advantage of this extremely competitive market. For more information call Howard Hanna at 440-971-5600 or visit

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Thank You Parma and Surrounding Areas for making us #1! the link to your dream home 440-971-5600

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PSE Credit Union



hat started more than 65 years ago as a credit union to help Parma school teachers 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, “offers all the same services as a bank but with lower loan rates, higher savings interest rates and lower fees,” says CEO Joe Anderson. This family-oriented institution now includes over 18,000 members throughout Cuyahoga and Medina Counties and makes educating kids about finances a core part of its mission. “As part of our committment to kids, we take our mascot, Pennie the PSE Puppy, into schools and teach Joseph C. Anderson, President/CEO kids as young as kindergartners to save money through our Pennie Club,” says Anderson. Once you try PSE Credit Union, you’ll never go back to a bank. 5255 Regency Drive • 440-843-8300 •

Health & Wellness

60 Years in Parma and Still Going Strong In its sixtieth year of serving the community,

University Hospitals Parma Medical Center completed its largest construction project within the main Powers Boulevard hospital in three decades. The modern new Surgery Department has changed the face of the hospital with an addition to the front of the building. The complete renovation includes 12 new operating rooms and three endoscopy rooms, plus 30 preand post-operative bays. Visitors can wait for loved ones in a spacious new waiting room. UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute has reinvigorated the existing strong cardiology program with a top-rated cardiac surgery team. This expansion of cardiac services will allow patients to remain in their community for specialized care rather than traveling downtown for advanced procedures such as advanced coronary artery bypass graft surgery, aortic and mitral valve surgery, and minimally invasive surgery. Patients can choose from doctors in more than 30 specialties and have access to a wide range of specialized outpatient services, including sleep studies at the Sleep Center, a Wound Center for chronic, non-healing wounds and weigh loss programs through the Nutritional Health & Bariatric Surgery Center. “This extraordinary past year underscores how vital our hospital is the health and heart of the community,” says James Hill, MD, MBA, CPE, FASA, FACHE, Chief Medical Officer & Chief Operating Officer of UH Parma Medical Center. See ad on page 1 or visit

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We Have Exciting News! Southwest General is deepening our century-old

commitment to our community by taking our beloved Maternity Services to the next level. Known for our amazing nurses, doctors and a family environment, we again are declaring our love of mothers, newborns and their families with one of the biggest announcements we’ve made in decades:

We’re Expecting Too! In 2022, we will open the doors to our new Cosgrove Maternity Center, nearly doubling the current space and adding a highly anticipated Level II Neonatal Special Care Nursery. This comfort-focused, state-of-the-art facility will include a higher level of care for both moms and babies (and families too) by elevating our Maternity Services from Level I care (35+ weeks of pregnancy) to Level II care (32+ weeks of pregnancy).

Elevated Care Closer to Home By advancing to Level II care, we’ll be able to provide moms and babies who need extra medical attention with the specialized care they need, closer to home. When completed, our new addition will make Southwest General the only Level II facility in southwestern Cuyahoga County and northern Medina County. In addition to providing comfort and security for higher-risk pregnancies, our new, modern facilities

will advance the Southwest General maternity program, adding both capacity and capability with: • Level II Neonatal Special Care Nursery and Maternity Care • Upgraded labor/delivery suites and operating rooms • Renovated postpartum rooms • A well-baby nursery • Enhanced visitor waiting areas and support spaces We’re proud to be filling the need for advanced maternity services and newborn care – all within minutes of home for our patients and their loved ones. See ad on page 31.

OB/GYN Associates Southwest General Medical Group, Inc.



r. Ayman Dahman is an obstetrician/gynecologist who provides care for women during all stages of life, from adolescence through menopause. Dr. Dahman’s special interests are advanced laparoscopic surgery, minimally invasive surgery, obstetrics and uterovaginal prolapse and incontinence. Dr. Dahman also is a collaborating physician with a midwife. Welcoming new patients, an appointment can be scheduled by calling 440-884-9000. Dr. Ayman Dahman

OB/GYN Associates OB/GYN Associates l Southwest General Medical Group, Inc. 6900 Pearl Road, Suite 300 l Middleburg Heights, OH 44130 19

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Parma Area Chamber of Commerce A & J Trophy and Engraving Co. 12100 Snow Rd., Unit 4 Parma, OH 44130 440-886-3006

ABC Rental 6514 Pearl Rd. Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-886-0018 ACE Association for Continuing Education 19230 Saratoga Tr. Strongsville, OH 44136 Advanced Asphalt Paving Inc. 5455 Broadview Rd. #101 Parma, OH 44134 216-398-8446 Advanced Medical Services 5793 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 216-502-4320 Advanced Surface Technologies 12211 Sobieski Ave. Cleveland, OH 44135 216-476-8600 Aigner Electric 6159 West 130th St. Parma, OH 44130 216-244-1828 Mayor Tim DeGeeter, City of Parma and Dr. Charles Smialek, Superintendent Parma City Schools.

All Around Physical Therapy and Wellness 5850 Ridge Rd., Ste. 200 Parma, OH 44129 440-502-5117 All Faiths Pantry 4791 Memphis Ave. Brooklyn, OH 44144 216-496-4329 All Saints Federal Credit Union 6740 Broadview Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-524-0414 AM Industrial Group, LLC 16000 Commerce Park Dr. Brook Park, OH 44142 216- 433-7171 AMAC Enterprises Inc. 5909 West 130th St. Parma, OH 44130 216-362-1880 American Legion Post 572 6483 State Rd. Parma, OH 44134 440-845-0572 Anthony Biasiotta 1227 Rockside Rd. Seven Hills, OH 44131 216- 459-9312

Apex Dermatology 6820 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440- 443-0433 Autofol LLC 3631 Perkins Ave., 4th Flr. Cleveland, OH 44114 216-426-6151

CAT Consulting 7657 West 130th St. Parma, OH 44130 216-470-1324 Catering by Wal-Tam’s 1440-8 Polo Club Dr.,Bldg. 9 Strongsville, OH 44136 216-429-1956

Axelrod Buick GMC 6603 Brookpark Rd. Parma, OH 44129 216-661-5060

Century 21 DePiero & Assoc Inc. 5581 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-842-7010

Bartels & Busack Pet Hospital 6270 State Rd. Parma, OH 44134 440-845-7141

Charene Creative 965 Centerville Trl. Aurora, OH 44202 330-524-5001

Batteries+Bulbs 7611 W. Ridgewood Dr. Parma, OH 44129 440-481-1566

Charles Schulz Building Company 4519 Brookpark Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-749-0200

Big Creek Massotherapy 9693 Brookpark Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-799-8988 Bob Gillingham Ford 8383 Brookpark Rd. Parma, OH 44129 216-398-1300 Brooker Mortgage Corp. 10749 Pearl Rd. Strongsville, OH 44136 440-334-5269 Brooklyn Pointe 4800 Idlewood Dr. Brooklyn, OH 44144 216-230-5690 community/brooklyn-pointe Brown & Associates 23611 Chagrin Blvd. #220 Beachwood, OH 44122 216-396-3165 Busch Funeral & Crematory Services 7501 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 216-741-7700 CareSource 5900 Landerbrook Dr., Ste. 300 Mayfield Hts., OH 44124 216-570-6938

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Chick-fil-A Parma 6676 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 216-264-6379 Child and Family Advocates of Cuyahoga Co. 15500 Pearl Rd., Unit 361929 Strongsville, OH 44136 216-443-3377 Chris Rhine State Farm 11517 Snow Rd. Parma Heights, OH 44130 440-888-8838 Churchill Towers 9333 North Church Dr. Parma Heights, OH 44130 440-843-2392 City of Parma Mayor DeGeeter 6611 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-885-8181 City of Parma Heights Mayor Byrne 6281 Pearl Rd. Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-884-9600

City of Parma Economic Development 5517 State Rd. Parma, OH 44134 440-885-8073 City of Parma - Police Dept. 5555 Powers Blvd. Parma, OH 44129 440-887-7300 City of Parma - Recreation Dept. 7335 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-885-8145 City of Parma - Safety Director 6611 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-885-8000 City of Parma - Tax Dept. 6611 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-885-8058 City of Seven Hills Mayor Biasottia 7325 Summitview Dr. Seven Hills, OH 44131 216-524-4421 Cleveland American Veterans Association (CAVA) 1440 Rockside Rd., Ste. 118 Parma, OH 44134 216-661-7753 Cleveland Foam & Roofing 911 Meadowlawn Blvd. Parma, OH 44134 216-246-5040 Cleveland Furniture Company 5295 State Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-98-5900 www.clevelandfurniture

Cleveland Metropolitan Conference Center Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service 1375 East 9th St., Floor 2 Cleveland, OH 44114 216-696-3532

Club House Pub 6365 Pearl Rd. Parma Heights, OH 44130 440-884-2582 CARSTAR Coach & Collision 2030 Midway Dr. Twinsburg, OH 44087 216-287-0893 Coastal Quality Construction Inc. 4705 Brookpark Rd. Parma, OH 44134 440-539-8749 Constellation Schools 5730 Broadview Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-712-7600 Corey Boyko DDS LLC 5851 Pearl Rd., Ste #100 Parma Heights, OH 44130 440-885-0038 Corleone’s Ristorante & Bar 5669 Broadview Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-741-0220   Cox Business 12221 Plaza Dr. Parma, OH 44130 216-535-3323 Crossroads Advisers Po Box 470038 Cleveland, OH 44147 216-533-4533 Cruisin with the Drennans 17159 Waterbridge Dr. North Royalton, OH 44133 630-842-4676 CT Logistics Inc. 12487 Plaza Dr. Parma, OH 44130-1084 216-267-2000 Cupkovic Architecture LLC 6060 Rockside Woods Blvd. #100 Cleveland, OH 44131 216- 802-0047 Cutler Real Estate 6887 Smith Rd., Suite 4 Middleburg Hts., OH 44130 440-349-8131

LENDING A HAND: Volunteering at Chamber events is a big part of of membership and a great way to meet new people. Pictured from left to right: Gary Sikon, Chris Ponsford, Barbara Kraig, Barb Filipow, Cyndee Bratz, Nancy Fedak, Kim Childs and Alan Krasen.

Czack Law Firm LLC 1360 West 9th St., Ste. 300 Cleveland, OH 44113 216-870-6788 Cuyahoga Community College 11000 W. Pleasant Valley Rd. Parma, OH 44130 216-987-5000

Dairy Queen - Ridge Road 5342 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-886-0677 parma/dairy-queen/ 188276/

Cuyahoga County Public Library - Parma Branch 6996 Powers Blvd. Parma, OH 44129 440-885-5362

Danbury Senior Living 9500 Broadview Rd. Broadview Hts., OH 44147 440-596-3047

Cuyahoga County Public Library - Parma Snow Branch 2121 Snow Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-661-4240

Dean DePiero Attorney 5546 Pearl Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-884-2400

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7Continued from previous page DeSouza, Lesley 6245 Springwood Rd. Parma Heights, OH 44130 440-885-3167

Dipierro Real Estate Services 6285 Pearl Rd., #2 Parma Hts., OH 44130 216-906-2819 Doctors of Optometry 7448 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-885-0822 Dollar Bank 7450 W. Ridgewood Dr. Parma, OH 44129 440-888-7400 Dollar Bank 1301 East 9th St. Cleveland, OH 44114 Dr. Michael Schubyn 6500 Pearl Rd. Parma Heights, OH 44130 480-620-5851 Dunkin Donuts 6317 Pearl Rd. Parma Heights, OH 44130 440-845-2208 East Park Retirement Community 6360 Elmdale Rd. Brook Park, OH 44142 440-223-7540

Eastwood 5673 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-345-7217 Eddie’s Pizzeria Cerino 7305 Broadview Rd., Ste. H Seven Hills, OH 44131 216-236-6007 Edward Jones 7393 Broadview Rd., Ste C Seven Hills, OH 44131 216-447-8970 Electra-Sound Inc. 5260 Commerce Pkwy. W Parma, OH 44130 216-433-9600 Eli Harper - Medical Mutual 771 Robin Dr. Eastlake, OH 44095 216-687-7373 Elizabeth Glorioso Photography 9169 Elsmere Dr. Parma, OH 44130 216-403-5214 Euclid Beach Custard 5489 Whitehaven Ave. North Olmsted, OH 440-70 440-779-1213 Excel Fluid Group, LLC 15950 Commerce Park Dr. Brook Park, OH 44142 216-941-1500

F.P. Allega Concrete Construction Corp. 7725 Commerce Park Oval, Ste. B Independence, OH 44131 216-328-9322

Vissutocorp Inc. dba Great Clips 1021 W. Pleasant Valley Rd. Parma, OH 44134 440-884-9595

Fast Eddies 7729 W. Ridgewood Dr. Parma, OH 44129 440-340-4423

Great Lakes Expositions 4601 Ridgewood Dr. Parma, OH 44134 216-346-4766

First Federal of Lakewood 5659 Broadview Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-351-7000 Fischer & Jirouch Company 4821 Superior Ave. Cleveland, OH 44103 216-361-3840 Flex Media 1440 Rockside Rd., Ste. 327 Parma, OH 44134 216-402-8579

Four Star Insurance Agency Inc. - Paul Germana 5835 Pearl Rd. Parma, OH 44130 440-882-2000 Friends of the Parma Libraries 6996 Powers Blvd. Parma, OH 44129 GM Parma Stamping Operations 5400 Chevrolet Blvd. Parma, OH 44130 216-265-5280 German Central Organization 7863 York Rd. Parma, OH 44130 440-843-8373 www.germancentral

Green Home Solutions 4900 Brookpark Rd. Cleveland, OH 44134 216-459-8800 Greenbrier Art League 5817 Layor Dr. Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-845-5373 Greenbrier Senior Health Care Center 6455 Pearl Rd. Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-888-5900 GreenScape USA LLC 1801 Lorimer Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-392-9315 Hair & Stuff 216 6277 Pearl Rd., Suite D Parma Hts., OH 44130 Harry Buffalo 6425 Pearl Rd. Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-885-2833 HCR ManorCare 9055 W. Sprague Rd. Parma, OH 44133 440-345-9300 Health Aid of Ohio 5230 Hauserman Rd. Parma, OH 44130 216- 252-3900

Gillombardo Giant Eagle 1825 Snow Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-398-2980 Global Cleveland 200 Public Square, Ste.150 Cleveland, OH 44114 216- 472-3282

NETWORKING: Gary Sikon (OfficeMax) and Chris Ponsford (PACC Events Coordinator) at the New Teachers Breakfast.

Golubski Funeral Home 5986 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-886-0200

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HER Realtors Michelle Green Professional Group 7470 Broadview Rd. Parma, OH 44134 440-342-0269

Hill and Hamilton Insurance 18501 Hilliard Blvd. Rocky River, OH 44116 440-305-6665

Howard’s Jewelry Center 6333 Pearl Rd. Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-843-6800

Jerry Kuhn’s Kwik Car Wash 6761 West 130th St. Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-884-4848

Holy Family Home & Hospice 6707 State Rd. Parma, OH 44134 440-888-7722

I Matter Counseling & Empowerment Services 4429 State Rd. #22 Cleveland, OH 44019 216-562-7214

Jesuit Retreat Center 5629 State Rd. Parma, OH 44134 440-884-9300

Holy Spirit Byzantine Catholic Church & Hall 5500 W. 54th St. Parma, OH 44129 440-842-6522 Holy Trinity Lutheran Church 6220 Broadview Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-741-2602

Home Instead Senior Care 12000 Snow Rd., #7 Parma, OH 44130 440-734-7441 Home Instead Senior Care Brecksville 8751 Brecksville Rd. #70 Brecksville, OH 44141 440-838-0719 Hometown Urgent Care 7715 W. Ridgewood Dr. Parma, OH 44129 (614) 847-1105 Hospice of the Western Reserve 17876 St Clair Ave. Cleveland, OH 44110 216-701-4061 Housing Research & Advocacy Center 2728 Euclid Ave., Ste. 200 Cleveland, OH 44115 216-361-9240

Howard Hanna Real Estate 9485 W. Sprague Rd. North Royalton, OH 44133 440-971-5600 northroyalton-parma

I.D.E.A. Cleveland 5005 Rockside Rd., Ste. 1200 Independence, OH 44131 Illusion Unlimited Salons 5715 Broadview Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-661-6887

Jet’s Pizza 5344 Pearl Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-888-2100 Jimbo’s Concessions 866 N. Carpenter Rd. Brunswick, OH 44212 216-780-8030 Juice Plus 2501 Brookview Blvd. Parma, OH 44134 216-509-2728

Image Builders Marketing 9780 Beechwood Dr. N. Royalton, OH 44133 440-346-4482 Imaginatii Inc. 12101 W. Pleasant Valley Rd. Parma, OH 44130-5104 216-910-7483 Immortal Palm Cleveland LLC 5301 Hauserman, Rm. 207 Parma, OH 44130 440-230-6089 Innovative Window Cleaning 11517 Linnet Ave. Cleveland, OH 44111 440-476-7332 Insta-Print 3101 Brookpark Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-741-6500 Islamic Center of Cleveland 6055 W. 130th Parma, OH 44130 216-362-0786 Jeffrey A. Halpert DPM LLC 5625 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-884-4100

K & K Heating & Cooling, LLC 4107 Brookpark Rd. Parma, OH 44134 440-201-2618

GOOD TIMES: Sabrina HintonMotley, AVP US Bank and Presenting Sponsor for the New Teachers Breakfast.

Kirkwood Holding Inc. 1239 Rockside Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-267-6200 Kisling, Nestico & Redick 7100 E Pleasant Valley Rd. #115 Independence, OH 44131

K-D Naturals Inc. 7475 Ridge Rd., Suite 5 Parma, OH 44129 440-879-7700

Koler Financial Group 6400 Pearl Rd. Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-884-7042

K.A. Szomoru Graphics 1203 Old Rockside Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-661-8360 www.szomorugroup.

Kolo-Hronek Realty 6164 Meadview Dr. Seven Hills, OH 44131 216-642-3195

Katiebug Bath & Body Products 4431 Bruening Dr. Parma, OH 44134 440- 403-5331 Keller Williams Real Estate Team 3006 Brookdale Ave. Parma, OH 44134 216-507-4145 Kelly’s Tax & Financial Services 9703 Brookpark Rd. Parma, OH 44129 216-661-7121 Key Bank 7400 Ridgewood Dr. Parma, OH 44129 440-888-2200

Kyle Hunt Insurance State Farm Insurance 6300 Rockside Rd. #202 Independence, OH 44131 216-264-4171 Lamplight Counseling Services 6133 Rockside Rd. #403 Independence, OH 44131 Law Office of Kelly M Zacharias 5546 Pearl Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-503-1097 Legacy Health Services 12380 Plaza Dr. Parma, OH 44130 216-898-8399

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7Continued from previous page Leo Nail Spa 7462 Broadview Rd. Parma, OH 44134 614-886-0104

Let’s Entertain Party Rental 6909 Engle Rd. #34 Middleburg Hts., OH 44130 Liesel Darby, Divorce Coach 8284 Windsor Dr. #221 N. Royalton, OH 44133 419-787-0600 LifeWorks of Southwest General 7390 Old Oak Blvd. Middleburg Hts., OH 44130 440-816-4202 Linda. K. Kerata, DDS 15424 Bagley Rd. Middleburg Hts., OH 44130 440-888-6449 Liner Legal, LLC 4269 Pearl Rd., Suite 104 Cleveland, OH 44109 216-282-1773 Little Birdie Wine Nest 6060 Broadview Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-396-6141 Living Waters Apostolic Church of Parma 12970 Huffman Rd. Parma, Oh 44130 440-558-2108

Liz Williams 7340 Oakwood Rd. Parma, OH 44130 440-886-3327 MAGNET 1768 East 25th St. Cleveland, OH 44114 Mallchok Funeral Home 5660 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-884-9100

Mayer Plumbing & Heating 5914 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-885-2800 Meijer Seven Hills 7701 Broadview Rd. Independence, OH 44131 216-238-9740 Melin Tool Company 5565 Venture Dr., Ste. C Parma, OH 44130 216-362-4200 Melinda Carver 7290 Nobb Hill Dr. Parma, OH 44130 440-888-0411 MetroHealth System 2500 MetroHealth Dr. Cleveland, OH 44109 216-778-5430

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

NRG Plus Ent. 6522 Olde York Rd. Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-884-4272

Minuteman Press 5341 Broadview Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216- 741-8258

OfficeMax - Parma 1800 Snow Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-351-8450

Mission BBQ 8225 W. Ridgewood Dr. Parma, OH 44129 216-487-6274 Montrose Westside Auto Group 9600 Brookpark Rd. Parma, OH 44129 216-351-9999 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 Mr. Chicken-FRC Enterprises Inc. 29025 Lakeshore Blvd. Willowick, OH 44095 440-585-4800 Navco Enterprises 7505 Day Dr. Parma, OH 44129 216-264-4204 Neff & Associates 6405 York Rd. Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-884-3100 Neptune Society 7864 Broadview Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-573-0852 NOACC P.O. Box 3230 Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223 216-447-9900 Northeast Ohio SPCA Inc. 9555 Brookpark Rd. Parma, OH 44129 216-351-7387

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Old Brook High School Parma Campus 8555 Day Dr. Parma, OH 44129 216-236-3208 On the Spot Dry Cleaners 7399 State Rd. Parma, OH 44134 440-885-330-0-0 Original Greek Gyros 4395 Forest Hills Blvd. Parma, OH 44134 440-832-1199 OSG USA, Inc. 12502 Plaza Dr. Parma, OH 44130 216-267-1300   Owner Mgt. Regency Towers 25250 Rockside Rd. Bedford Hts., OH 44146 440-845-4841 Paran Management LTD 2720 Van Aken Blvd. #200 Cleveland, OH 44120 216-921-5663 x 221 Parma Adult Activity Center 12660 Plaza Dr. Parma, OH 44130 216-294-4023 Parma Animal Shelter Inc. 6260 State Rd. Parma, OH 44134 440-885-8014 Parma Area Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 30337 Parma, OH 44130 440-886-1700 Parma Area Historical Society P.O. Box 29002 Parma, OH 44129 440-845-9770

Parma Area Kiwanis c/o Four Star Insurance 5835 Pearl Rd. Parma, OH 44130 440-882-2012 Parma Armory Firearms LLC 5301 Hauserman Rd. Parma, OH 44130 216-242-6716 Parma Care Center 5553 Broadview Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-661-6800 Parma City School District 5311 Longwood Ave. Parma, OH 44134 440-885-8317 Parma City Schools Foundation 7765 Arbor Way Parma, OH 44134 440-487-2889 Parma Council of PTA’s 5311 Longwood Ave. Parma, OH 44134 Parma Education Association 6165 Pearl Rd. Parma Hts., OH 44130 Parma Heights Baptist Church 8971 West Ridgewood Dr. Parma Heights, OH 44130 440-886-6100 Parma Hospital Health Care Foundation 7007 Powers Blvd. Parma, OH 44129 440-743-4280

Parma Municipal Court 5555 Powers Blvd. Parma, OH 44129 440-887-7400 Parma Observer 11180 Snow Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-884-7625 Parma Senior High Alumni Assoc. 6285 W. 54th St. Parma, OH 44129 440-885-3700 Parma Towing 5109 Pearl Rd. Cleveland, OH 44129 216-661-2200 Patron Supply Company 12100 Snow Rd., Unit 6 Parma, OH 44130 440-845-3880 Paulozzi LPA - Injury Lawyers 600 East Granger Rd., Ste. 200 Cleveland, OH 44131 216-812-2100 Paychex 3345 Palmer Dr. Cleveland, OH 44116 440-668-6089 Pearl Brookpark Car Wash 5133 Pearl Rd. Cleveland, OH 44129 216-661-8030 www.pearlbrookpark PekTech, LLC 7521 Renwood Dr. Parma, OH 44129 440-570-2881

Pigtails BBQ Company 6085 Berkley Rd. West Salem, OH 44287 419-496-1405 Pilat Insurance Agency, Inc. 5925 Ridge Rd., Suite 3 Parma, OH 44129 440-888-1150 Pixel Power 126 Woodstock Dr. Avon Lake, OH 44012 440-258-5494 Pleasant Valley Church 12193 W. Pleasant Valley Rd. Parma, OH 44130 440-845-1133

HIGHER EDUCATION: Dr. Lisa Williams, President of Tri-C Western Campus with opening remarks at the New Teachers Breakfast.

Pleasant Valley Shopping Center 30050 Chagrin Blvd., #360 Pepper Pike, OH 44124 216-464-5550

PSE Credit Union 5255 Regency Dr. Parma, OH 44129 440-843-8300

Pleasantview Care Center 7377 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-845-0200 facility-locations/pleasantview -care-center Pogonowski Plumbing, Inc. 6675 Rochelle Blvd. Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-724-1288 Polish Village 6003 Morningside Dr. Parma, OH 44129 440-843-3919

Quality Trophies & Awards 6267 Pearl Rd. Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-886-7343 Rad Air Complete Car Care 7893 Broadview Rd. Seven Hills, OH 44131 440-740-0700 Rad Air Complete Car Care 6565 Pearl Rd. Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-842-5152 Red Circle Bar & Lanes 6056 State Rd. Parma, OH 44134 440-558-4141

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FRANCISCAN COMMUNITIES Franciscan Ministries sponsored by the Franciscan Sisters of Chicago


Banking Your Way Whether online, over the phone or in-person, you can always bank the way you want. You’ll still receive the friendly, personalized service you expect when you work with us. Parma Brunswick 5659 Broadview 3383 Center Rd.Rd. Parma, OH 44134 Brunswick, OH 44212 (330) 273-3511 25

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7Continued from previous page Riczo Funeral Home 7462 State Rd. Parma, OH 44134 440-842-4080 Ridgewood Golf Course 6505 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-888-1057 Ripepi Funeral Home 5762 Pearl Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-888-0800

River Recycling Industries, Inc. 4195 Bradley Rd. Cleveland, OH 44109 216-255-3256 RMF Enterprises Inc. 3020 Liggett Dr. Parma, OH 44134 216-255-6904 RollHouse Entertainment of Parma 12859 Brookpark Rd. Parma, OH 44130 216-267-2150

Rosecare Seniorcare 7220 Langerford Dr. Parma, OH 44129 216-870-3166

Rotary Club of Parma c/o PSE Credit Union 5255 Regency Dr. Parma, OH 44129 440-888-7800

Royal Oak Nursing & Rehab Center 6973 Pearl Rd. Middleburg Hts., OH 44130 440-884-9191 Rudy’s Strudel & Bakery 5580 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-886-4430 Safety Controls Technology 4503 Brookpark Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-449-6000 SATOO Scales and Tails of Ohio 7503 Brookpark Rd. Parma, OH 44129 216-862-4973 Schuster-StrakerO’Connor Funeral Home 5904 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-885-4800 Serpentini Chevrolet of Strongsville 15303 Royalton Rd. Strongsville, OH 44136 440-878-6700 www.serpentinichevys SERVPRO of Parma/Seven Hills 720 Marks Rd., Unit C Valley City, OH 44280 440-887-9000 Sgt. Clean’s Car Wash 7875 Day Dr. Parma, OH 44129 440-842-2626

PEP TALK: Mayor Mike Byrne, Parma Heights, wishing the new teachers good luck in their first school year.

Sharon Ayers Agency LLC Allstate 8223 Brecksville Rd., Suite 2 Brecksville, OH 44141 440-526-2233 Sheet Metal Workers’ LU #33 12515 Corporate Dr. Parma, OH 44130 216- 267-1645 Sherwin Williams Paint Company 7538 Broadview Rd. Cleveland, OH 44134 440-842-2031 Signature Slush & Cream 7968 Skyline Dr. Broadview Hts., OH 44147 216-633-0688 Sirls Automotive Inc. 7541 York Rd. Parma, OH 44130 440-843-9000 Small Business Accounting Services 17136 Lorain Ave. Cleveland, OH 44111 216-373-7355 St. Andrew Ukrainian Catholic Church 7700 Hoertz Rd. Parma, OH 44134 440-843-9149 St. John Bosco 6480 Pearl Rd. Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-886-3500 State Farm Cleveland Territory - Terri Frazer 3787 Millersburg Rd. Wooster, OH 44961 937-205-7144

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Sue’s Pierogies 5721 Harvard Ave. Cleveland, OH 44105 216-441-2730 SwissDuck Designs & Printing LLC 6265 Pearl Rd. Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-502-8686 Taleris Credit Union 6111 Oak Tree Blvd. #110 Independence, OH 44131 216-739-2335 Tammy Steele-Kidd State Farm Insurance 9707 Brookpark Rd. Parma, OH 44129 216-741-8387 Telesana P.O. Box 347266 Parma, OH 44134 216-317-3323 Texas Pit BBQ 432 Buffalo St. Conneaut, OH 440-30 713-208-6441 Thayer’s Select Meats 7520 Broadview Rd. Parma, OH 44134 440-842-1137 The Geis Companies 10020 Aurora-Hudson Rd. Streetsboro, OH 44241 330-528-3500 The Illuminating Co. 6896 Miller Rd. Brecksville, OH 44141 800-589-3101

The Next Level Workshop 9519 Fernhill Ave Parma, OH 44129 440-346-4056

UH Parma Medical Center 7007 Powers Blvd. Parma, OH 44129 440-743-3000

The Plumbing Solution 3422 Brookdale Ave. Parma, OH 44134 440-310-6603

Unicontrol Inc. 1111 Brookpark Rd. Cleveland, OH 44109 216-398-0330

Third Federal Savings & Loan 5950 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-885-4900

United Labor Agency 1020 Bolivar Rd. Cleveland, OH 44115 216-664-3446

Timothy A. Boyko, Attorney at Law 6300 Rockside Rd. #303 Independence, OH 44131 440-886-3800

Unity Catholic Federal Credit Union 5839 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-886-2558

Tina Stopar, State Farm Insurance 5632 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-842-7282 Toolbold Corporation 5530 Commerce Pkwy. W Parma, OH 44130 216-676-9840 Tremont Technologies P.O. Box 43035 Cleveland, OH 44143 216-731-1029

Trinity High School 12425 Granger Rd. Garfield Hts., OH 44125 216-581-5749 TrueTest Screening, Inc. 7452 Broadview Rd. #215 Parma, OH 44134 216-236-6148 U.S. Bank 2132 Brookpark Rd. Cleveland, OH 44134 216-459-1430 U.S. Bank 8303 W. Ridgewood Dr. Parma, OH 44129 440-842-3766

V.F. Contracting, LLC 6315 Pearl Rd., Suite 305 Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-547-2831 Valley Forge Alumni Assoc. 14070 Pine Forest Dr., Apt #207 North Royalton, OH 44133 440-897-4113 ValPak of Greater Cleveland 881 E. 222nd St. Euclid, OH 44123 216-731-5309 Vince Hrobat Insurance Agency 7252 Broadview Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-524-2007 Vista Springs at Greenbriar 8668 Day Dr. Parma, OH 44129 440-340-4000 Waddell and Reed 5005 Rockside Rd., Ste. 600 Independence, OH 44130 216-233-7009 www.mcmpartners. We Are Parma Proud Parma, OH 44129 216-299-0405 weareparmaproud/ Wegman Hessler 6055 Rockside Woods Blvd. #200 Cleveland, OH 44131 216-642-3342

WELCOME!: Parma Area Mayors wave a greeting (l to r): Anthony Biasiotta. City of Seven Hills; Tim DeGeeter, City of Parma and Michael Byrne, City of Parma Heights.

West Creek Preservation Committee P.O. Box 347113 Parma, OH 44134 216-749-3720 Westview Acres & Westview North Apartments 9755 Westview Dr. #5 Parma, OH 44129 216-749-5822 Wi-Phye Consultants LLC 765 Wildberry Circle Avon Lake, OH 44012 440-941-0633 Woodbury Commons 6128 Stumph Rd. Parma, OH 44130 216-842-7450 Woodside Event Center at St. Michael’s 5025 E. Mill Rd. Broadview Hts., OH 44147 440-526-9696

Yorktown Lanes 6218 Pearl Rd. Parma Hts., OH 44130 440-886-5300 Yurch Funeral Home 5618 Broadview Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-398-1010 Zabor Funeral Home 5680 Pearl Rd. Parma, OH 44129 440-884-5035 Ziccarelli & Martello 6389 S. Canterbury Rd. Parma, OH 44129 216-849-3672 The preceding list was provided by the Parma Area Chamber of Commerce. For questions or concerns, call 440-886-1700.






Community Information

Big Creek Reservation in Parma Heights


6611 Ridge Road Parma, OH, 44129 440-885-8000 Building Commissioner & City Engineer Paul W. Deichmann 440-885-8030 City Council Clerk Kenneth Ramser 440-885-8065 Communications Director Carolyn Kovach 440-885-8181 Economic Development Office 440-885-8860 Fire Department (non-emergency) 440-885-8160 Human Resources Department Renee Guy 440-885-8173

Law Department Timothy Dobeck, Director 440-885-8132 Mayor Tim DeGeeter 440-885-8001

Public Safety Director Thomas Wm. Weinreich 440-885-8177 safetydepartment@ Senior Services Erin Lally, Director 440-885-8800

Parks & Recreation Department Mickey Vittardi , Director 440-885-8144 recreationdepartment@

Service Department Brian Higgins, Director 440-885-8186

Parma Library - Powers Blvd. 440-885-5362

Treasurer Thomas Mastroianni 440-885-8811

THE CITY OF PARMA HEIGHTS, OHIO 6281 Pearl Road Parma Heights, Ohio 44130 440-884-9600 Building Department 440-884-9607 City Council 440-884-9601 City Hall 440-884-9600

Parma Library - Snow Rd. 216-661-4240 Parma Municipal Court 440-887-7400 Parma Public Housing Priscilla Pointer-Hicks, Director 216-661-2015 Parma Police Department (non-emergency) 440-885-1234

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Mention this ad for 10% Off towards any plumbing or heating repair. *Not valid on service call charge / *One discount per visit Mention this offer when you talk with one of our Customer Care Representatives.

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Coming this FALL! Cleveland’s First Covered Beer Garden with a Fireplace! Authentic German Food

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Immortal Palm Martial Arts Wing Chun Kung Fu Tai Chi * Self Defense Group and Private Classes Custom Workshops


5301 Hauserman Rd. (in the Parma Armory)

Happy Hour! Monday – Saturday 3pm to 6pm – All locations! 6278 Pearl Rd. Parma Heights, OH


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5264 State Rd. Parma, OH 44134 216-351-4242 1.5 blocks South of Brookpark Rd. 29

Community Information Safety Department 440-340-4806 Senior Center 440-888-4416 Service Dept./City Services 440-884-9607

Community & Economic Development Department 440-340-4810 Finance Department 440-340-4820 Fire Station (non-emergency) 440-885-1717 Law Department 440-884-9602 Mayor’s Court 440-884-9603

Mayor’s Office 440-884-9604 Parma Heights Library 440-884-2313 The Cassidy Theatre 440-842-4600 Parma Heights Police Department (non-emergency) 440-884-1234 Prosecutor’s Office 440-884-9605 Recreation Department 440-884-9606

Engineering Department Richard L. Bowen & Associates, Inc. 216-525-6277 Finance Department Rich Petrunyak, Director 216-525-6242

Swimming Pool 440-886-2424

Fire Department (non-emergency) 216-524-3321

Tax Department 440-888-6440

Law Department 216-525-6237


Mayor’s Office Anthony D. Biasiotta. Mayor 216-524-4421

7325 Summitview Drive Seven Hills, Ohio, 44131 216-524-4421

Building Department Jayne Anastasakis Secretary 216-525-6221 City Council Carol Sekerak Clerk of Council 216-525-6235 City Hall 216-524-4421 Courts/Clerk of Courts 216-524-4421

kholland@sevenhillsohioorg 216-525-6227 Seven Hills Police Department (non-emergency) 216-524-3911 Recreation Department Jennifer Burger, Director 216-524-6262 Community Relations/ Senior Services Tony Terry, Director 216-525-6230 Service Department Jack Johnson, Director 216-525-6225


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Advertiser Index LIBRARY


Cuyahoga County Pubic Library..............................p 14

Antonio’s Pizzeria LoSchiavo..........................Back cover


Das Schnitzel Haus....................p 29


Pleasant Valley Shopping Center/Visconsi Co......................p 9



Firefighters Community Credit Union.................................p 2

Cuyahoga Community College..............p 12, Inside bk. cover

First Federal Lakewood...........p 25 PSE Credit Union.......................p 18 BUSINESS CLOUD SOLUTIONS Cox Business Cloud Solutions.........................p 16 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Parma Area Chamber of Commerce........................p 20-27 CITY GOVERNMENT City of Parma...............................p 6

Pawlak’s Florist..........................p 29

Immortal Palm Martial Arts.....p 29



Jesuit Retreat Center................p 29

Cleveland Metropolitan Conference Center....................p 27


PIZZA/CATERING Antonio’s Pizzeria LoSchiavo..........................Back cover PLUMBING, HEATING & COOLING


Mayer Plumbing & Heating......p 29

Holy Family Home Health & Hospice...................................p 11



HER Realtors-Michelle Green Professional Group...................p 15

Southwest General Health Center...................... p 19, 32

Howard Hanna................... p 16, 17

UH Parma Medical Center.... p 1, 18 INSURANCE Four Star Insurance Agency.......p 7

RECREATION CENTER Seven Hills Community Recreation Center..........................Inside ft. cover

Bethany Lutheran School.........p 29 Trinity High School....................p 30 SCHOOLS/PUBLIC Parma City Schools...................p 10 SCHOOLS/PUBLIC CHARTER Constellation Schools...............p 11 Old Brook High SchoolParma Campus...........................p 13 SENIOR SERVICES Mount Alverna Village..............p 25 Pleasantview Care CenterLegacy Place................................p 8


City of Seven Hills.......................p 9



Don Ramon Mexican Restaurant..................p 29 31

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Our new facilities will include: • Level II Neonatal Special Care Nursery & Maternity Care

• Enhanced Visitor Waiting Areas & Support Spaces

• Renovated Postpartum Rooms

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