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Krell co-owner passes away, aged 52

August 5th, 2006 · No Comments

Dean Roumanis, the Chief Operating Officer and co-owner of legendary high-end audio specialist Krell, died of a heart attack on Sunday July 30, aged just 52.
Roumanis joined Krell in 1986 and was to prove a key influence on the business.
Krell’s CEO Dan D’Agostino has issued this statement: “We mourn the passing of Dean Roumanis, long-time friend and business partner. He was a wonderful man with a positive outlook on life, full of energy and vision. Dean brought that positive outlook to Krell. He dealt with challenges with forethought and vision and a highly developed sense of integrity and compassion. A fine recording engineer and musician in his own right, he was the kind of man you wanted to be around. Family man, lover of life, connoisseur of music and high-end audio, we will miss him immensely.”
An audio engineer by way of background, Roumanis was also a keen musician, playing in the jazz band Acoustic Suburbanites.

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