"Skinny Razor" DeTullio was a lynchpin in the Philadelphia crime syndicate of the late 1950s and the 1960s. He lived in Camden, New Jersey until his death from natural causes in 1966. DeTullio's main function was lending money to underworld figures and businessmen who couldn't rely on banks to loan them money. Lots of Mafia loan clients were high risk borrowers who couldn't obtain money through regular legal channels. DeTullio, Philip Testa and Philly boss Angelo Bruno were a triumvirate of mobsters whose machinations were exposed in Philadelphia Inquirer exposes in 1963.