L. Clinton RichOwned businessesL. Clinton Rich, who had...

March 10, 1995

L. Clinton Rich

Owned businesses

L. Clinton Rich, who had owned several businesses died Monday at the Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis after an apparent heart attack.

Mr. Rich, who was 46 and moved from Severna Park to Chester, on Kent Island, about a year ago, had owned Epic Sports Wear, a clothing manufacturer and distributor, for about three years.

From the early 1970s to the early 1980s, he operated Ye Olde Wheel, a Baltimore firm that sold automobile wheels. In between, he worked as an investment counselor, owned a liquor store in northern Anne Arundel County and owned Sports Connections, which arranged tours for youth athletic teams. The last business developed from taking championship youth soccer teams he coached in Severna Park to play in Europe.

He had been a member of the Severna Park and Fort Smallwood Optimist clubs.

An Ellicott City native who was a 1967 Howard High School graduate, Mr. Rich attended Davis and Elkins College in West Virginia and the University of Maryland College Park.

Services were to be held at 11 a.m. today at Christ Episcopal Church in Stevensville.

Mr. Rich is survived by his wife, the former Nancy Saas; two sons, Marcus Clinton Rich and Jonathan Edward Rich, both of Chester; his parents, Carolyn and Edward Robins Rich, both of Ellicott City; two brothers, Edward Robins Rich III of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Thomas Rich of Columbia; and two sisters, Carol Shafer of Eldersburg and Ginny Turnau of Southbury, Conn.

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