The Memorial Candle Program has been designed to help offset the costs associated with the hosting this Tribute Website in perpetuity. Through the lighting of a memorial candle, your thoughtful gesture will be recorded in the Book of Memories and the proceeds will go directly towards helping ensure that the family and friends of Bruno DiPietro can continue to memorialize, re-visit, interact with each other and enhance this tribute for future generations.

Thank you.

Select Candle
Leave a condolence


Condolence From: Fanar alghrary
Condolence: He was a GREAT man and a GOOD friend
Saturday August 11, 2018
Condolence From: Wendy Napoleon
Condolence: So sorry for your loss. I know he will be missed.
Thinking and praying for your family
Friday August 10, 2018
Condolence From: Tammy Ward Moore
Condolence: Thoughts and prayers for the Dipietro Family. Had the pleasure of not only working with Frank at American Greetings, Charlotte, NC District, I also got to know Frank on a person level. I enjoyed a many laughs on our AG outings - Frank, Chuck and Larry were the clowns in our group and we had the best of times together. Frank was one of a kind!
Wednesday August 08, 2018
Condolence From: Art Sullivan
Condolence: I Will always remember Frank with fond memories of our time with American Greetings. My deepest Sympathy to you all.

Art Sullivan
Wednesday August 08, 2018
Condolence From: Edie and Larry Heath
Condolence: We send our prayers and sympathy to the family! Frank was a big part of Larry’s life with American greetings. Great road trips with the group of salespersons of Charlotte district. With American Greetings. Good memories. Our thought with you
Tuesday August 07, 2018
Condolence From: Tim and Tracy Grilliot
Condolence: Nick and family,
We are sorry to hear of your father's passing. Please accept our sympathies and know that you and your family are in our prayers
Tuesday August 07, 2018
Condolence From: Gordon Hubbell
Condolence: I'll never forget the first time Randi and I came to the Charlotte Elks Lodge as guests. The first person to greet us was Frank. He saw two strangers walk in and left the group he was with to come and welcome us.

That was just one outstandingly friendly aspect of Frank DiPietro. Over the years as members of the lodge, we came to know Frank as what I'd call the "anchor" of things. He was "Mr. Bingo" and a lot more. He helped everyone get things done. He was always there. His humor was infectious.

Nothing is ever certain, but there is certainty in lives like Frank's. We honor him and miss him. May the love of God embrace the DiPietro family at this time. May his legacy be the warm touch he gave to all of us who knew him and a storehouse of memories for years to come.

Gordon Hubbell and Randi Kolseth
Tuesday August 07, 2018