The Hopko Funeral Home was established in 1913, managed by three
generations of Hopko Family. Our founder, John Hopko Sr. obtained
his license in 1912, and built the original HopkoFuneral Home in
Cleveland in 1913. Upon returning from serving in the Army during
World War II his son, Charles R. Hopko succeeded him in operating
the business. He served families until his death in 1971. Charles’
daughter Cheryll A. Hopko entered the business is 1969 and helped
operate the Cleveland and Parma facilities until her death in 2008.
Charles’ son, John Hopko graduated from the Cincinnati College of
Mortuary Science and obtained his licenses in 1975, joining his
sister to carry on the Hopko family tradition. John is a member of
the Parma Elks, Knights of Columbus Garfield Heights Council, Moses
Cleaveland Assembly of Knights of Columbus, The Cleveland Embalmers
Association, The Cuyahoga Funeral Directors Association and both the
Ohio and National Funeral Directors Associations. John is currently
the director and owner of the Hopko Funeral Home in Parma, Ohio.
John and his wife Diane are members of St. Columbkille Catholic
Church in Parma
Hopko’s modern facility ensures that your loved one is properly
cared for, whether you select a service with visitation and burial,
a direct burial or cremation, or anything in between.We can manage
all aspects of the services you select. Our goal is to treat each
person with the dignity and respect they deserve.
We encourage you to call or email us with any questions you may have
regarding funeral services.
We offer the following services:
- Traditional Burial
- Direct Burial
- Cremation Options
- Traditional with Visitation
- Direct Cremation
- Memorial Services