Generations of Artisans - It's in our blood!

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Anthony DiBucci, second-generation owner of leading Pittsburgh cement and contracting company, DiBucci & Sons, took his last breath on Sunday, September 4, 2016. The son of Italian immigrants, Anthony legitimized the business in 1956 alongside his father, Fred, and his brother, Tom, with the iconic DiBucci & Sons stamp you’ve seen lining the sidewalks in Shadyside and Squirrel Hill and maybe even etched in the driveway leading to your mailbox. For over 55 years, his name has been synonymous with quality, his stamp, a seal of excellence. Standing 6’2″ large with hands of stone and a heart of gold, the man behind the emblem was an equally wonderful husband, father and grandfather. He was Anthony to his teachers, Tony to his friends, “Chief” to his employees, Pap to his family and “Big Tone” to all. From his kind smile and soulful laugh to his well-crafted work throughout the city, Tony has truly left his impression on Pittsburgh in more ways than one.


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