The DeYulio family has been making Italian Sausage for three generations. We are a family owned and operated business. We have been around for nearly a hundred years, and we still have one of the best quality products around. We started out as DeYulio's Market, which was founded by Nick DeYulio's grandparents in the early 1900's. The market sold grocery products, including Italian Sausage, which was freshly made daily in the back of the store. Then in 1945, Nick's father decided to specialize in the manufacturing of Italian Sausage. Here at DeYulio's we have many years of experience, giving us the leading edge in this industry.
All of our products are delivered in our fleet of trucks, and do our best to get you your order on the day you want it. We produce product daily and we have one of the cleanest facilities you will ever see. Nick believes that keeping the bacteria levels down before production begins, during production, and after production, is critical, therefore the facility is cleaned many times a day. We are currently under the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) program, which includes cleanliness and product wholesomeness. Under this program we are inspected and regulated daily by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). We believe in the HACCP program and feel that this system will ensure the safety of our products.
In addition we have no problem delivering anywhere in New England. We make sure we can fulfill all our commitments to our customers. We are a personal business and would like to be partners with our customers. As a family owned and operated business we personally see to it that each of our customers are satisfied.
Nicholas Joseph DeYulio, 72, passed away at his home in Stamford surrounded by his loving family on Tuesday, July 3, 2018. He was born in Stamford on November 7, 1945 to the late Victor Joseph and Linda Cantarano DeYulio.
At the age of 17, he enlisted in the US Marine Corps, where he spent four years, including a tour in Vietnam. When he returned home from the US Marine Corps he went to work with his father in the family business, DeYulio Sausage Company. Nicky dedicated his whole life to growing DeYulio's; his dreams and creativity are what made DeYulio's what it is today. He was very dedicated to the cleanliness of the company, which was demonstrated by his daily cleaning of Myrtle Avenue and Elm Street. He took great pride in the spotlessness of DeYulio's and the surrounding area. While Nicky had no children, he considered his employees at DeYulio's his family.
He loved being active and spent his free time at the YMCA or out on the water surrounded by his family and friends.
Nicky is survived by his brother, Victor Paul DeYulio, his sister, Patricia Oxer and her husband Robert as well as his nieces and nephews, Lisa Taylor and her husband Michael, Jennifer Oxer, Christopher Oxer, Lauren Moore and her husband David and RJ Oxer.
Besides his parents, Nicholas is predeceased by his sister in law, Noreen Cooney DeYulio.
Family and friends may call at the Nicholas F. Cognetta Funeral Home & Crematory, 104 Myrtle Avenue, Stamford on Sunday, July 8, 2018 from 12:00 -4:00 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, July 9, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Mary's RC Church, 566 Elm Street, Stamford. Interment will follow at Spring Grove Cemetery, Darien.
We have no problem delivering anywhere in New England. We make sure we can fulfill all our commitments to our customers. We are a personal business and would like to be partners with our customers. As a family owned and operated business we personally see to it that each of our customers are satisfied.