|Occupation(s)||Owner and Manager of Barone Sanitation|
|Affiliation||DiMeo Crime Family|
|Behind the Scenes|
|First Appearance||"The Sopranos (Pilot)"|
|Portrayed By||Joe Lisi|
Dick Barone, played by Joe Lisi, owned and and operated Barone Sanitation & Cartage - a garbage haulage transfer station company front business for the Soprano crew that also handled their legitimate garbage hauling routes. In 1999 the Triborough Towers route was subject to a bidding war between Barone and Kolar Brothers Sanitation. Dick Barone was part of the crew's discussions about the problem and was at Satriale's when Christopher Moltisanti took it upon himself to deal with the issue and murder Emil Kolar. Chris' action led to the Kolar Bros. withdrawing their bid which Dick was happy to report to Tony. Tony returns to his office at Barone Sanitation at behest of Neil Mink his after an eight-year absence meaning he stopped showing up at work in 1992.
In 2000, Dick attended the Garbagemen's Ball alongside "Waste Management Consultant" Tony Soprano.
Dick died a well-respected businessman in 2006 from Lou Gehrig's disease. His funeral was attended by many members of the Soprano crime family. Dick was survived by his wife, Helen, and son, Jason. Following his death, Barone Sanitation was bought out by Lupertazzi crime family firm, Cinelli Sanitation.