We are the Baldi Funeral Home located on Broad Street in South Philly section of the city of Philadelphia. Baldi Funeral Home is a family owned and operated funeral service for over 90 years, spanning three generations.
This website is an extension of our commitment to serve the Asian-American communities and other ethnic groups who prefer Buddhist funeral rites. Our staff, Mr. Ngô Văn Thành (Phone: 267-975-3048 or 215-389-2414), who is fluent in Vietnamese, Chinese Mandarin, Cantonese, and Khmer. He will be your contact person if you prefer to speak in your native language.
Baldi Funeral Home will accommodate your family’s wish to follow your ritual burial according to customs and practices of the people of Vietnam, China, Cambodia, Lao, and Thailand. We have a designated area for family members to burn symbolic burial offerings to your loved one such as candles, incense, gold and silver paper symbolic of wealth, paper money and paper-made personal belongings of the deceased serving as an eternal send-off to the deceased. We offer both casket burial funeral service or cremation funeral service. We also offer service of transporting the casket or cremated remains to Vietnam, Cambodia, etc..
Baldi Funeral Home has many types of coffins to meet the need of the family. We can arrange for photography and video services if requested. There are ample parking lots to accommodate a large funeral. For people who want to take Septa buses, our location on Broad Street makes it so easy and convenient for everybody.
Losing a loved one is the most painful and difficult time for relatives and family. Please contact the Baldi Funeral Home so that we can help your family take care of the funeral planning promptly while the family can have time to grieve. Call us if you have any questions.
Meet Our Funeral Directors
Victor L. Baldi, III
Office Phone: 215.389.2414
Born in South Philadelphia on February 3, 1971 to Joan (nee DiLodovico) and Victor L. Baldi, Jr. Victor was raised in South Philadelphia and attended St. Mary’s Parochial School. At the age of 13, he and his family moved to Cherry Hill, New Jersey where he attended Cherry Hill East High School and graduated in 1989. Victor then went on to obtain an Associates degree in Business and Mortuary Science from Mercer County College. He served as Vice President of his graduating class of 1993.
Victor has since returned to South Philadelphia and lives there with his wife Linda and their two sons, Louis and Victor. They are proud parishioners of St. Monica Church and their children attend St. Monica School. Victor belongs to and is a current Board member to the Fathers and Sons Organization with his two sons at St. Monica School.
Victor is a licensed funeral director in both the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. As a licensed funeral director in the state of New Jersey, he is a member of the New Jersey State Funeral Directions Association. In Pennsylvania, he is a member of the South Philadelphia Business Association, Past Treasurer of the South Philadelphia Broad Street Neighborhood Association and the current President of the Order of the Sons of Italy, St. Mary Magdelen de Pazzi, Lodge #2787.
Victor enjoys spending time with his family, Sunday dinners and weekends at the New Jersey shore.
Peter J. Jacovini
Office Phone: 215.334.1717
Born in South Philadelphia in 1971, Peter is the son of Peter and Connie (nee Bello), grandson of William and Norma, and great-grandson of Pennsylvania Burial Co. founder Pietro Jacovini. Peter, a fourth generation Funeral Director, was baptized at St. Rita of Cascia Church and raised in Drexel Hill, PA. Peter attended Upper Darby High School graduating in 1989. In 1993 Peter received his BBA Finance Degree from The George Washington University in Washington DC.
While there he was a Member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. From there Peter went on to Mercer County Community College and in 1998 he earned his Funeral Service Education Certificate. He becomes a Licensed Funeral Director in the State of PA in 1999 and a Licensed Supervisor in the State of PA.
Peter and his wife Lea (nee Strizzi) reside in Haddonfield NJ and have 4 beautiful children: Son Peter Zachary born 2002 and Triplet Daughters Lilah, Eva, and Alessia born 2005. Peter and his wife are members of Help Women and Children Now, in Haddonfield NJ.
Meet Our Community Liaison
Community Liaison / Translator
(Vietnamese, Chinese Mandarin & Cantonese, Khmer)
Office Phone: 215 389 2414
Mobile Phone: 267 975 3048