About Us

Sacred Engraving was established in 2001 by Bill and Barb DiPuccio. The husband and wife team wanted to start a family-owned business and chose plaques because of Bill’s manufacturing background.

Devoutly religious and active members of their church, they began the business making religious plaques, hence the company name, Sacred Engraving. However, after the death of a business associate’s loved one, they were asked to make a memorial plaque. Realizing the need for quality, affordable memorial markers, the DiPuccios expanded their business to custom design work for memorial plaques, donor recognition plaques, dedication plaques, tree markers, garden memorials, pet memorials and more.

Why Choose Sacred Engraving?

True to its humble roots, Sacred Engraving values hard work. The company thrives on building positive customer relationships. As such, when you work with Sacred Engraving, you work directly with the owners, Bill and Barb DiPuccio. Clients receive the best results because of the personal and honest customer service provided to them.

Also, because of the company’s low overhead, Sacred Engraving is able to deliver quality products at affordable prices. Bill and Barb put their customers’ needs first. As such, the couple are happy to work with clients to find the best value for their budget. The DiPuccios pride themselves in the repeat business they receive from customers, because it is a testament to their work ethic and the quality of service and product provided.

Sacred Engraving customers include: National Vietnam War Museum, New York Restoration Project, Progressive Field (Cleveland, Ohio), US Air Force, US Army, US Attorney’s Offices, US Court of Appeals, US District Courts, US Embassy, US Postal Service, and multiple churches, schools, universities, libraries and municipalities throughout the country.

The Family Behind the Business

Bill and Barb are happily married. They wed in 1992 and have two adult children. In their spare time, they are actively involved in their church and community. Bill still teaches some high school and college courses. In addition, he describes himself as a “science nut.” Barb is a social worker and enjoys bird-watching whenever she is able.