Art Constantine Dies in Traffic Accident

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Southampton, NJ - Mar 19, 2011 - reports that Arthur Constantine, VP, sales and marketing of ATI Audio, and his wife Lisa Schub were killed the morning of March 19 after their motorcycle collided with a New Jersey State Police cruiser that was responding to a different motor vehicle accident. Constantine was pronounced dead at the scene of the 10:30 a.m. crash at North Main Street and Route 206.

Lisa Schub was flown to Cooper University Hospital in Camden, where she died from her injuries. says the state trooper sustained minor injuries, was treated and then released from the hospital.

Radio magazine will share more information as it is known, and extends its sympathies to Art's and Lisa's families, both personal and professional.

Memorial services for Art Constantine are scheduled for Friday, March 25, 2011, beginning at 11 a.m. at Platt Memorial Chapel, 2001 Berlin Road, Cherry Hill, NJ.

Donations can be made to the Philadelphia chapter of P.A.W.S.

Those who knew Art also know he had a unique sense of humor. In the 1980s when he worked for Fidelipac, Art was the comic subject of a series of ads for Fidelipac's cart machines. We scanned some of them from the archives and posted them here. We at Radio magazine know would have enjoyed this. Click the images below to open a PDF.

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