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Robert  Suppies

Robert T. "Bob" Suppies Jr.

Monday, February 2nd, 1948 - Wednesday, March 18th, 2020
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WATERFORD Robert “Bob” T. Suppies, 72, passed away at home on March 18, 2020 surrounded by his loving family. Born in Albany on February 2, 1948 he was the son of Robert Suppies Sr. and the late Viola Shaw. He was raised in Staatsburg New York and a graduate from Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School in 1967. Bob went on to attend the State University of Delhi studying food service management. Bob later enlisted in the Army National Guard in 1970.

Since 1975 he began a lifelong career in the food service industry in various capacities: from managing food service at Rockefeller Center’s NBC Commissary, operating his own restaurant: the Mauritius Inlet in Poughkeepsie NY, instructing at the Culinary institute of America to his most recent position in food sales with his Hudson Valley Food Broker Family. Bob was the tomato guy- he loved all things ‘Stanislaus” sauce.

One of his many hobbies was boating, he had a passion for being on the water. His passion led him to proudly own and operate the first tour boat company in Troy, the Cape Islander. The Cape Islander also led him to meet his wife Angela, they married in March of 1990.

Much of Bob’s life was dedicated to his family. He most enjoyed hosting family gatherings and cooking magnificent dinners for all to enjoy. He loved spending time in Lake George in the summer time, puttering around the boat, having cook-outs, relaxing at the Georgian and enjoying his boater friends. Bob also loved traveling to Florida to visit his family and friends. He especially enjoyed visiting his mother on Anna Maria Island and was a proud member of the Anna Maria Island Moose Lodge. He had a passion for music and telling everyone to take it easy. He loved watching the New York Yankees play baseball and had a passion for hockey - he was proud to tell you that he was the former head coach of Culinary Institute’s hockey team.

Bob is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 30 years, Angela Dinardo-Suppies of Waterford, his Father Robert T. Suppies formerly of Staatsburg, his sister Jessie Elliott (Steven) of North Carolina and his step-father Eric Jautz of Anna Maria Island. Left to cherish his memory are his children: Nicholas Davey (Krissie), Elizabeth Seward (Jason) and Brendan Suppies (Marisa) all from Waterford. He is also survived by his cherished grandchildren Drew James Davey and Ty Daniel Davey. In addition, Bob is survived by his Mother-in-Law Geraldine Dinardo of Troy, his Aunt Jean Landi of Poughkeepsie and his Aunt Virginia Suppies of Kingston, his sisters in law Joanne Christensen (Dave) of Ballston Spa, Christine Dinardo of Green Island and brother in law Joseph Dinardo of Troy in addition to several loving nieces and nephews.

Special thanks to all the staff on D4 - East at the Albany Medical Center and Dr. Kambam and her staff at NYOH for their wonderful care and compassion to our Dad over the course of multiple hospital visits during his yearlong fierce battle of Pancreatic cancer.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, charitable donations may be made to the Regional Foodbank of Northeastern New York at 965 Albany-Shaker Road Latham, NY 12110.
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Affiliations

  • Moose Lodge
  • Army National Guard
  • New York Yankess
  • Roman Catholic Church

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leonard peluso

Posted at 03:32pm
So sorry for your loss. Our paths crossed twice first in Staatsburg growing up.Then living across the street from each other when I got married a long time ago, then moving in next door to his father in 2010, In Rhinebeck. He will be missed. Lenny & Bea
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Tracy Fiore

Posted at 09:23pm
Dear Angela and family,
We will miss Bob’s smiling face, hugs and willingness to always lend a hand. We were all so fortunate to get to know such a great man over these past years. Our time at the Georgian will never be the same. Bob was always so kind,, happy and eager to help. Our prayers and love go out to you all.
We love u all! Pat, Tracy and the entire Fiore family xoxo
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Tracey Martin

Posted at 08:40am
Bob was like family to us at the Regional Food Bank. His smiling face, shock of white hair were his signature. He always took time to say hello when in the building for his food broker activities. His son Brendan volunteered with us for several years. We love you, Bob, and will miss you, and we extend our condolences to your wonderful family. Tracey Martin
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Paul Nichols

Posted at 11:18pm
Bob was without question one of the nicest individuals I have ever met & done business with in my years in food service. Affectionately known as the silver fox, Bob had the ability to put a calm positive spin on any given situation. He loved his family, he loved his work and he will be missed by his Lake George friends at Mario’s.
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zafer ak

Posted at 05:49pm
Very nice calm man we will miss him allot I have been in food business over 20 years man like Robert don’t come often
Rest In Peace With God Robert like you have been in the world
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