About Us

Why we do what we do…

We know that planning the funeral of a loved one is a very stressful experience.  We also know that oftentimes it is a financial burden the family is not prepared for.  Over the years, we have seen the costs of final expenses rise tremendously.  Frankly, these rising costs have concerned us, so we have taken a different approach when dealing with the families that we serve.

Many funeral homes have big beautiful properties, expensive cars and an overabundance of staff. While this is all nice to have, the bottom line is that all of these add to the cost of a funeral.  These funeral homes simply must charge more to cover their overhead.  

We believe in taking a simpler approach.   We don't believe it is necessary to have huge overly-appointed accommodations.  At Wyers-Bollinger we have an intimate chapel for visitations and services.  We can offer your family the caring, compassionate, dignified services you deserve at a more reasonable price.  We do this by keeping our overhead low.  We don't have fancy funeral packages that require you to pay for services you don't want or need.  You select the services that are important to you, and that is what you get.  Nothing more; nothing less.

Our Team


Mark J. Bollinger

Mark is a Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer in the state of Ohio. He is a 1983 graduate of the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science, graduating Summa Cum Laude. Mark, along with his wife,  is the owner of Wyers-Bollinger Funeral Chapel, as well as the owner of Bollinger Funeral Goods and Services, and was the former owner of the Bollinger Funeral Home in Cleveland. He has served on the Board of the Ohio Funeral Directors Association as well as the Ohio Cemetery Association and has been the President of the Cuyahoga Funeral Directors Association and the Greater Cleveland Cemetery Association. Mark’s desire is to help as many people as possible through a difficult time by realizing their options and saving thousands of dollars, while still maintaining quality, dignity and empathy for loved ones.


Deborah A. Bollinger

Debbie has been an office manager in various fields for many years. She has excelled in industries where customer care is of the utmost importance. From helping Veterans receive the benefits they deserve to helping families become bigger through adoption, Debbie has an unending care and love for her fellow man (or woman). Debbie now puts that same love and caring into helping families honor their loved ones with a fitting final farewell. Just as important, however, as any successes outside of the home, Debbie is most proud of our six children and six grandchildren.