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August 13, 1992
Former All-County lineman Mitch Suplee is among the four finalists for the vacant assistant football coaching position at South River High, said school Athletic Director Jim Haluck.Suplee, who as a senior at South River in 1986 was the first lineman named Anne Arundel County Sun Player of the Year, played four years at center for the University of Maryland.He was a captain last season and made second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference, but was not drafted by a National Football League club.
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By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,Special to The Sun | September 16, 2007
Lois Szymanski vividly recalled the day Carollynn Suplee bought her daughters, Shannon and Ashley, a pony from Chincoteague Island. The girls had saved $500, but it wasn't nearly enough to buy one of the wild ponies they coveted. "At first we told her that we couldn't accept the pony," said Szymanski, 50, of Westminster. "But she persisted until we agreed." That was 1995, and the pony, named Sea Feather, started a tradition that Suplee continued until she died in 2003. Szymanski wanted to continue the tradition, so in 2004, she helped start the Feather Fund, which helps buy Chincoteague ponies for children.
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By From Staff Reports | August 15, 1992
Former University of Maryland lineman Mitch Suplee was hired yesterday as an assistant football coach at South River High in Anne Arundel County, said school athletic director Jim Haluck.Suplee, a second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference center last fall, will split a contract with another assistant, Chuck Golch, and work part time.After failing to be drafted by an NFL team this spring, Suplee played for the Albany Firebirds of the Arena Football League. He has applied for a substitute teaching job at South River.
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By LAURA BARNHARDT AND NICK SHIELDS and LAURA BARNHARDT AND NICK SHIELDS,SUN REPORTERS | August 5, 2006
A longtime Maryland resident who had been serving with a Florida National Guard unit died this week of injuries sustained in Afghanistan. Sgt. 1st Class Daniel Suplee, 39, who grew up in Anne Arundel County and later lived in the Reisterstown area, suffered a head injury in a collision between a Humvee and a larger military vehicle April 3, a military spokesman said. Sergeant Suplee, who was partially paralyzed in the accident, was transferred to Walter Reed Medical Center in early April for treatment, and in May was transferred to a veterans hospital in the Tampa, Fla., area, said Jon Myatt, a spokesman for the Florida Department of Military Affairs.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,Sun Staff Writer | August 5, 1995
Charles Irwin "Pete" Suplee, a retired facilities manager who operated a custom jewelry business with his wife, died Tuesday of a stroke at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center. He was 72.Mr. Suplee had been a resident of Denton for the past nine years, and earlier had lived in Arnold.He retired in 1986 after 14 years as facilities manager at Washington's National Gallery of Art, where he managed the Mellon Gallery and the East Wing that opened in 1978.His job required him to oversee the installation of the gallery's art exhibits, which at times meant removing doors and windows and using cranes to position large pieces of sculpture.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | October 25, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- When Mitch Suplee arrived at Maryland in 1987, word of his living quarters as a senior at South River (Md.) High had preceded him."Oh, you're the guy who lived on a boat," his new teammates said.It was no joke. Every coach has a recruiting tale and Joe Krivak had his after arriving for his visit. Suplee was living by himself on a houseboat in a marina in Edgewater rented for $300 a month by his mother, Carol. She worked at the marina and lived three blocks away with her boyfriend.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | August 29, 1991
A colorful, framed photo of Mitch Suplee Jr. hangs on a wall in a far corner of the University of Maryland's sports information office.His fist is thrust high in the air, and his jersey, No. 76, is stretched across his 6-foot-4, 265-pound body."
NEWS
August 16, 1992
Former All-County lineman Mitch Suplee has been hired as one of South River High's assistant football coaches, said Athletic Director Jim Haluck.Suplee, who played four years at the University of Maryland and was a second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection last fall, will split a contract with another assistant, Chuck Golch. Both men will work part time at the position."Neither one of them can put in a full amount of time to the position," Haluck said. "Mitch still has a desire to play professional football -- and I hope he does -- so he'll be trying out for things.
NEWS
By LAURA BARNHARDT AND NICK SHIELDS and LAURA BARNHARDT AND NICK SHIELDS,SUN REPORTERS | August 5, 2006
A longtime Maryland resident who had been serving with a Florida National Guard unit died this week of injuries sustained in Afghanistan. Sgt. 1st Class Daniel Suplee, 39, who grew up in Anne Arundel County and later lived in the Reisterstown area, suffered a head injury in a collision between a Humvee and a larger military vehicle April 3, a military spokesman said. Sergeant Suplee, who was partially paralyzed in the accident, was transferred to Walter Reed Medical Center in early April for treatment, and in May was transferred to a veterans hospital in the Tampa, Fla., area, said Jon Myatt, a spokesman for the Florida Department of Military Affairs.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 7, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- Mitch Suplee stood outside Maryland's football building and spoke about Joe Krivak, the man who coached him for five years.The senior co-captain was grim, yet philosophical after Krivak told the players during a 12-minute meeting yesterday he was resigning."
NEWS
By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,Sun Staff Writer | August 5, 1995
Charles Irwin "Pete" Suplee, a retired facilities manager who operated a custom jewelry business with his wife, died Tuesday of a stroke at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center. He was 72.Mr. Suplee had been a resident of Denton for the past nine years, and earlier had lived in Arnold.He retired in 1986 after 14 years as facilities manager at Washington's National Gallery of Art, where he managed the Mellon Gallery and the East Wing that opened in 1978.His job required him to oversee the installation of the gallery's art exhibits, which at times meant removing doors and windows and using cranes to position large pieces of sculpture.
NEWS
August 16, 1992
Former All-County lineman Mitch Suplee has been hired as one of South River High's assistant football coaches, said Athletic Director Jim Haluck.Suplee, who played four years at the University of Maryland and was a second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection last fall, will split a contract with another assistant, Chuck Golch. Both men will work part time at the position."Neither one of them can put in a full amount of time to the position," Haluck said. "Mitch still has a desire to play professional football -- and I hope he does -- so he'll be trying out for things.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | August 15, 1992
Former University of Maryland lineman Mitch Suplee was hired yesterday as an assistant football coach at South River High in Anne Arundel County, said school athletic director Jim Haluck.Suplee, a second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference center last fall, will split a contract with another assistant, Chuck Golch, and work part time.After failing to be drafted by an NFL team this spring, Suplee played for the Albany Firebirds of the Arena Football League. He has applied for a substitute teaching job at South River.
NEWS
August 13, 1992
Former All-County lineman Mitch Suplee is among the four finalists for the vacant assistant football coaching position at South River High, said school Athletic Director Jim Haluck.Suplee, who as a senior at South River in 1986 was the first lineman named Anne Arundel County Sun Player of the Year, played four years at center for the University of Maryland.He was a captain last season and made second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference, but was not drafted by a National Football League club.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 7, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- Mitch Suplee stood outside Maryland's football building and spoke about Joe Krivak, the man who coached him for five years.The senior co-captain was grim, yet philosophical after Krivak told the players during a 12-minute meeting yesterday he was resigning."
SPORTS
By Bill Tanton | November 11, 1991
After coach Joe Krivak met with the press following his Maryland football team's 47-7 loss to Penn State here Saturday, a reporter who follows the Terps regularly turned to me with a sad face."
NEWS
By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,Special to The Sun | September 16, 2007
Lois Szymanski vividly recalled the day Carollynn Suplee bought her daughters, Shannon and Ashley, a pony from Chincoteague Island. The girls had saved $500, but it wasn't nearly enough to buy one of the wild ponies they coveted. "At first we told her that we couldn't accept the pony," said Szymanski, 50, of Westminster. "But she persisted until we agreed." That was 1995, and the pony, named Sea Feather, started a tradition that Suplee continued until she died in 2003. Szymanski wanted to continue the tradition, so in 2004, she helped start the Feather Fund, which helps buy Chincoteague ponies for children.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Correspondent | August 28, 1991
"Four offensive linemen at Maryland actually nabbed a perpetrator this spring when he tried to break into their dorm. If only these guys had been as attentive on the field last season, then perhaps quarterback Scott Zolak might not have suffered 40 sacks. Zolak is gone, but Jim Sandwisch will have more of the same to look forward to this fall."-- Sports Illustrated, Aug. 26, 1991The insults hardly seem to stop. And when they do, it's probably because the line is so long."Those comments just stick me the wrong way," said Maryland senior center Mitch Suplee.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | October 25, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- When Mitch Suplee arrived at Maryland in 1987, word of his living quarters as a senior at South River (Md.) High had preceded him."Oh, you're the guy who lived on a boat," his new teammates said.It was no joke. Every coach has a recruiting tale and Joe Krivak had his after arriving for his visit. Suplee was living by himself on a houseboat in a marina in Edgewater rented for $300 a month by his mother, Carol. She worked at the marina and lived three blocks away with her boyfriend.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | August 29, 1991
A colorful, framed photo of Mitch Suplee Jr. hangs on a wall in a far corner of the University of Maryland's sports information office.His fist is thrust high in the air, and his jersey, No. 76, is stretched across his 6-foot-4, 265-pound body."
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