By BARRY TUCKER, Associated Press BURLINGTON, Vt.
(AP) The man who was a fixture on the Vermont bar scene has died.
Aladdin hairstylist Bob D’Amico died Thursday.
He was 92.
His death is the latest in a string of deaths attributed to barbershops across the country, including one in the Chicago area last week.
Bob D’ Amico was a well-known barber who made his name in the Burlington area, Burlington’s second-largest city, in the 1960s and 1970s.
He opened up shop in the 1950s and the 1980s.
He was the first barber to open up shop on Vermont’s Main Street and was an integral part of Burlington’s hair industry.
D’Amino also was a good friend to the late Robert Tisch, a barber and friend of Bob’s who was known for his love of the arts and crafts.
Bob was buried at his home in South Burlington.
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