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Samuel Victor Suplizio

Samuel Victor Suplizio, American financial services executive.


  • Suplizio, Samuel Victor was born on September 14, 1932 in DuBois, Pennsylvania, United States.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Engineering, University New Mexico, 1954.


    • Professional baseball player New York Yankees Organization, 1953-1956. Manager minor league team Los Angeles Dodgers Baseball Team, Thomasville, Georgia., 1957. President Home Loan & Investment Company, Grand Junction, Colorado, 1957-1990.

      Scout, instructor Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Team, from 1975. Board directors Central Bank, Grand Junction, Colorado National Bank. President Home Loan Industrial Bank.

      Chairman Mesa County Economic Development Council, 1994-1995. Coach 1982 World Series. Vice chairman Colorado Baseball Committee for Major League Baseball to Colorado.

      Speaker in field.


    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


    Denomination: Roman Catholic


    Chairman National Junior College Baseball World Series, Grand Junction, since 1959, Hilltop House Rehabilitation Center, 1963-1967, Colorado Easter Seal, 1969. Trustee Mesa Junior College, Grand Junction, 1971-1974. Finance chairman Colorado Republic Committee, Denver, 1981-1982.

    Member Salvation Army Board, since 1967. Member American Baseball Coaches Association (award of merit 1985), Indiana Insurers Colorado (board directors 1980-1987, Outstanding Service award 1985-1986), Indiana Insurers Colorado (president 1986), Club. 20 (president 1983), Colorado Basketball Commission (co-chairman), United States Chamber of Commerce (vice president, board directors 1968-1970), Grand Junction C. of Chamber (board directors 1969-1972), Bookcliffe Knife and Fork Club (president 1966), Elks, Knights of Columbus, Kiwanis (president Bookcliff chapter 1973), Fellowship Christian Athletes.



    Baseball, fishing, handball, jogging.


    • Carter, Cynthia Lee, Samuel Paul, Thomas Eugene.
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    Born September 14, 1932
    Died December 29, 2006
    (aged 74)
    • 1954
      University New Mexico
    • 1953 - 1956
      Professional baseball player New York Yankees Organization
    • 1957
      manager, minor league team Los Angeles Dodgers Baseball Team
      Thomasville, North Carolina, United States
    • 1957 - 1990
      president, Home Loan & Investment Company
      Grand Junction, Colorado, United States