I have no clue where Concord cemetery is. There are several cemeteries that had/have "variant" names but Concord is not one of them.
Knowing that his services were held at "the Presbyterian church in Canton" doesn't help either. There had to be 15 or more Presbyterian churches in Canton in 1953. The largest then was First Presbyterian, now known as Christ Presbyterian.
You could try the largest church (http://www.cantoncpc.org/contact.html) for a record of his burial or the cemetery. Or if all else fails try the Stark County District Library (http://www.starklibrary.org/starkcountyonlineind).
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