Tony Steratore

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Tony Steratore is a back judge in the National Football League since the 2000 NFL season, who wears uniform number 112, and is on the officiating crew headed by referee Jerome Boger. He is a native of the Pittsburgh suburb of Washington, Pennsylvania.[1] Referee Gene Steratore Jr. is his younger brother. His father, Gene Steratore Sr., was an official in both college football and basketball. He officiated two Super Bowl games, which were Super Bowl XXXIX in Jacksonville, Florida, and Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis.

Outside of his NFL officiating duties, Tony Steratore is the president of Steratore Sanitary Supplies in Washington, Pennsylvania; his younger brother Gene is vice-president.[1]