Sacred Engraving is a family-owned engraving studio based in Tallmadge, Ohio. Husband and wife team Bill and Barb DiPuccio turned Bill’s hobby into a business in 2001 after realizing there was a need for customized, affordable memorial engravings in their region. One of Bill’s first original designs was for his children—an engraved copy of the Ten Commandments.

When Sacred Engraving clients have a need the company cannot meet in house—for plaques with complex artwork and engraved stones—Bill calls Pella Engraving Company.

“I met Bruce [Van Wyk, PEC co-owner] at a trade show,” said Bill. “I was impressed with the company’s literature and display, and also the textures and surfaces of the products. Since then, I’ve discovered that for artwork, PEC is the only game in town.”

According to Bill, Pella Engraving executes complex jobs with professionalism and sometimes improves upon the original ideas submitted by clients. “A police department was looking to mount badges on a display. Pella Engraving devised a way to mount them without any damage to those badges.”

For a small college in Florida originally looking for a three-dimensional bas relief, PEC executed the vision of the college with a much more affordable solution: a plaque with such detailed artwork that the three-dimensional aspect was not missed.

“Pella Engraving is creative and flexible. They put the needs of my clients first and have a can-do attitude,” concluded Bill.