We invite you to rely on us at this difficult time to create a beautiful memorial that celebrates the life of your loved one with a lasting tribute in stone.
We Specialize in Fine Monuments & Mausoleums
Located in Wrentham, MA, we are a full-service granite dealer offering the finest selection of cemetery memorials in any shape, color, or design. Let us assist you in your memorial for your loved one.
Our comfortable indoor showroom ensures you an appointment year around, regardless of weather. A large screen display of photographs helps make your selection easier. We are also handicap accessible.
Our Latest News
In the spring, 158 cadets graduated from the Massachusetts State Police Academy, located on 780 acres in the rural town of New Braintree, Massachusetts. Theirs was the 82nd Class to complete the program in preparation for the critical duties that lie ahead of them. For twenty-five-weeks, they endured more than ninety different courses of instruction,…Read More
View Video. Clardy died after a car crashed into his cruiser while he was working a detail on the Pike. He left behind a wife and six children. Charlie Baker on twitter – “Honored to join family, friends + collegues, in celebrating the lifeof @MassStatPolice Trooper Thomas Clardy, who tragically died in the line of duty…Read More
Many recognize the Celtic Cross on this monument as a symbol of Christianity. But do you recognize the other important symbols shown within? Combined, they tell an incredible story of faith. At the center of the cross is the monogram for Jesus Christ, or “IHS Christogram.” From Greek, it is an abbreviation of the name IHΣΟΥΣ (Jesus). It is…Read More
General Oliver Pond – Restoration Project Oliver Pond was born on July 29,1737 in Wrentham, Massachusetts. He was the son of Ephraim Pond, Jr. and Michal Mann. He grew up at 5 North Street (pictured), on the corner of Dedham and North Streets in Wrentham, a home which he later took over as an adult.…Read More
Accelerant and Explosive Canine Detection Dogs Memorial On 12/7/16 the memorial to the Accelerant and Explosive Canine Detection Dogs who work with State Police in the Fire & Explosion Investigation Unit assigned to the Office of the State Fire Marshal was dedicated. The memorial honors those canines who have passed away, those who have…Read More
Tribute in Stone takes great care in restoring monuments to their original luster. You can rely on us for routine maintenance or to expertly revitalize your most precious family memorials.
Shila Duffy, Owner
Shila brings a range of skills—including entrepreneurial savvy—to Tribute In Stone. In addition to owning her own real estate firm, Shila’s experience includes real estate management and over twelve years as a real estate broker. Shila’s strategic vision, strengthened by her follow-through and attention to details, inspires customer confidence. Born in North Attleboro, Shila was raised overseas while her father served the military in Germany and Okinawa for the Department of Defense. She graduated from University of Maryland and Salem State College with a degree in elementary education. Shila’s role in the family business at Tribute In Stone is a “win-win” situation: it allows her to partner with husband,Todd, to maximize the company’s advantage while raising their three young boys together.
Todd Duffy, Owner
Todd is a skilled craftsman backed by a twenty-year career as a licensed General Contractor. Born and raised in Massachusetts, he served six years in the Air National Guard. Todd’s design talent, know-how, and project management skills give Tribute In Stone a competitive edge. In addition to partnering with his wife, Shila, in all aspects of the family business, Todd coaches his three sons in an active sports schedule. He is also a dedicated New England Patriots fan and a motorcycle enthusiast.
John Armell, General Sales Manager
John’s expertise spans more than 25 years and covers all facets of the granite industry. In his role as General Sales Manager—and as Shila’s Uncle—he is a cornerstone to the Tribute In Stone family business. His experience includes sales, design, layout, sandblasting, monument setting and monument cleaning. Formerly of Morse and Beggs, John is well respected in industry circles. He has a reputation for customer satisfaction; in fact, many faithful customers stop in to Tribute In Stone just to say “hello.” John’s breadth and depth of knowledge make him an invaluable resource to the Tribute In Stone team. In his spare time, John enjoys golfing and likes to vacation on Cape Cod with his wife, children, and grandchildren.
"So incredibly happy with the stone from Tribute In Stone. Shila was amazing throughout the whole process. Losing a loved one is painful, and having to make all of the final decisions is heartbreaking... Shila was caring and compassionate throughout the whole thing. She worked with my sisters and I to make sure we had just what we thought mom would want. If you are faced with the horrible pain of having to find a headstone for a loved one, Shila is definitely the one. Thank you so much Shila, you made an incredibly painful situation a little bit easier."
– Linda Grant
"Shila was as nice as can be and took her time with us at this time of morning to make sure we got what we wanted and allowed by the cemetery. I will recommend your company to everyone I know!"
"It exceeded our expectation!!"
– Joe Messina
"The stone came out beautiful. I love the reflection the fall trees made on the front. Thanks again for everything. You made me feel very comfortable, and not just a customer."
– Mrs. Brissett
"Our sincere thanks for the beautiful stone you did for us. Our family will always be so grateful."
"Shila, You are too much!!! The mum plant is gorgeous!!! So thoughtful - a lovely detail that completes the process of laying our mother to rest. With deep gratitude on behalf of my brothers and families"
"Hi Shila - I want to thank you again for the wonderful experience I had working with you and how nice the head stone looks. My husband Vinny's birthday was a few days ago and it made me feel better knowing that I finally followed through with a proper way of honoring him. Thanks Again"
– Heidi Sia
“Thank you for the thoughtful gesture of leaving the beautiful Belgian Mum at my Dad’s gravesite at St. Mary’s Cemetery in Franklin. I appreciate your sensitivity at this most difficult time, and the quickness of your getting the engraving done. Very nice indeed.”
– Jeanne Blanchard
“Thank you so much for all that you did for our family. Your sincerity, attention to detail, and matching our wants to a product far surpass the skills of your competitors. Mom’s stone is beautiful and just what we envisioned. I will gladly keep referring you. If ever a customer would like a referral, please do not hesitate to have them contact me directly by email or on my cell. Thank you again. YOU ROCK! (No pun intended.)”
“I am writing to tell you how pleased my mother was with the monument for my father. The look of joy on her face can’t be described in words. I want to thank you for the caring and compassionate way you treated us. I would highly recommend your company to anyone. Again, thank you.”
– The Jerauld Family
“A word to tell you that the monument looks fantastic! The color of the stone, the wording and wonder, and the full designs in the front all exceeded expectations. Also, the personal touch of flowers left for our family as a “tribute” doubled and tripled your “marks” to A+++! Shila, thanks for all your time and help today! With deep appreciation”
— Marlene Ristaino Tavares and Eileen Ristaino Metfooney
“On behalf of our Congregation, I thank you for your kindness and care in repairing our 1929 white marble baptismal font. It looks beautiful and now is returned to use, thanks to your efforts. Many are gladdened to see it back in our memorial chapel. May God bless you and your company with grace and peace!”
– Pastor Ken
“My daughter’s stone is absolutely beautiful. Thank you so much. Other people in the cemetery keep coming up to me and commenting on it. I tell them about Tribute In Stone and how wonderful your family is.”.
— Valerie and Gary Green