Cemeteries serve as the final resting places for our beloved neighbors, friends and families.
But they also do much more, says local author Michele Colopy. Cemeteries serve as museums, parks and classrooms, telling the stories of the communities they serve.
Colopy began researching Akron’s Glendale Cemetery 35 years ago. The result of her work is the definitive history of one of our region’s treasures, titled “Living History, Dying Art: The History of Glendale Cemetery.”
For its January program, Hudson Heritage Association welcomes Colopy, who will present “Glendale…