D&D Tile & Stone Works was established in 2010 by Douglas DiTomo Jr. douglas was born and raised in bywood,pa he attended st. aloysius academy and eventually cardinal o'hara high school. douglas was an accomplished scholastic wrestler. he earned 3 P.C.L. championships and 2 all american medals among many other titles in his high school career. he was fortunate enough to get a scholarship to king's college for wrestling but injured his left knee at the end of his freshman year. he went home to rehab the knee and became the youngest head wrestling coach in pa history. at 19 years old he was head coach of his own alma mater, cardinal o'hara. Douglas served his country proudly in the United States Army as a Cavalry ScouT. he was stationed at Fort knox, ky as part of the 5th cavalry regiment. after multiple tryouts he was granted the honor of being on the U.s. army national wrestling team. upon being discharged from the military he went to work in the family business. Douglas is a third generation tile setter and Marble mason. He received his formal education in the Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Local #1 Philadelphia joint apprenticeship and upon his graduation was certified through the Board of Industry and Labor in both tile setting and Marble masonry. he work for belfi bros. which is one of the oldest and largest tile and stone contractors on the east coast. over the next 10 years Douglas worked with belfi bros. as a helper, then was sponsored into an apprenticeship, eventually graduated and became a foreman. D&D was established in hopes of keeping some of the old world values and high standard of craftsmanship his family had come accustomed to. We pride ourselves in quality of workmanship above all else. Recently, in may 2018 Doug was also appointed as the pennsylvania state ambassador for the national tile contractors association. the ambassadors play a multifaceted role as the technical advisor for their areas and also promoting qualified labor within the industry.the ntca is a driving force is the tile and stone industry and promotes continuing education.