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Hospitals :

Lake County West, Lake County East, Laurelwood, Meridia Hillcrest, Parma Community General, University Hospitals in Willoughby, Mentor, Concord and Euclid.

Funeral Homes :

Blessings, Brickman Brothers, Brunners, Burr, Crobaugh Danaher, Davis Babcock, Dan Cosic, DeJohn Flynn, Dicicco & Sons, Fioritto, Gattozi, Hartman, Jack Monreal, Jakubs Danaher, Johnson Funeral Home, Lopresti, McMahon Coyne Vitantonio, Monreal, Merl Owen, Melbourne Chapman Murphy, Nicol Wells Kloss, Orlando, Ritondaro, Spear Mulqueeny, Vicchiarelli Zele

ZIP Codes :

44024, 44092, 44094, 44095, 44060, 44077, 44124, 44143 Plus most others in Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga Counties

Cities Served :

Bay Village, Beachwood, Bedford, Berea, Bratenahl, Brookpark, Brooklyn, Chagrin Falls, Chardon, Chesterland, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Hts Eastlake, Euclid, Fairview Park, Gerfield Hts, Gates Mills, Grand River, Hamden, Highland Hts Independence, Kirtland, Lakewood, Lyndhurst, Madison, Maple Hts, Mayfield, Mentor, Munson, Orange, Painesville, Parma, Pepper Pike, Perry Richmond Hts, Rocky River, Seven Hills, Shaker Hts, Solon, South Euclid, Timberlake, Waite Hill, Walton Hills, Warrensville, Westlake, Wickliffe, Willoughby, Willowick

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The Wild Goose
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Historic Downtown Willoughby’s

Good Time Pub

About us

About Us

Merkel's Flowers, Inc offers only the highest quality arrangements. Our hands have created exquisute, one of kind floral keepsakes that express our customer’s feelings in no uncertain terms. “Designed especially for you” is more than just a motto here at Merkel’s Flowers, Inc..

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Historic Downtown Willoughby, Ohio

Nestled in the friendly confines of Willoughby, Ohio Merkel’s enjoys the rich tradition of our area. The French settled the area in the 1750’s and named it “Charlton”. It wasn’t until 1835 the name “Willoughby” was declared in honor of Dr. Westel Willoughby who founded the Willoughby Medical College. This college would eventually become Case Western Reserve

Our history is rich and has been preserved nicely over the many years. We’ve maintained that quaint small town feel through the years due to the members of our community, It’s no accident that our city logo is “The Courtesy City”

For some interesting information on our history the Willoughby Welcome Area is a great place to start. Try Willoughby Historical Films or the City of Willoughby for the great info and pictures. The Indian Museum of Lake County is located right around the corner and houses some of the oldest artifcates in the region.