Three generations

- Posted on Apr 17, 2013 - 01:26 PM

Photo: DeAlba Masonry prides itself on its experience, and that was on full display last Thursday as three generations of DeAlba brick masons were busy working on a new house off Botetourt Avenue in Gloucester Court House. Frankie DeAlba, patriarch of the Gloucester family, was working that day with his grandson Johnny Jr. and son Johnny, from left. DeAlba Masonry has been in business for 38 years and the eldest DeAlba estimated that between him, his son and grandson, they have more than 70 years of masonry experience. Photo by Charlie Koenig

DeAlba Masonry prides itself on its experience, and that was on full display last Thursday as three generations of DeAlba brick masons were busy working on a new house off Botetourt Avenue in Gloucester Court House. Frankie DeAlba, patriarch of the Gloucester family, was working that day with his grandson Johnny Jr. and son Johnny, from left. DeAlba Masonry has been in business for 38 years and the eldest DeAlba estimated that between him, his son and grandson, they have more than 70 years of masonry experience. Photo by Charlie Koenig