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James A. Corea

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James A. Corea (September 25, 1937 – March 3, 2001), Ph.D., Dr. Science, ND, RPT, was a radio personality and specialist in nutrition, rehabilitation, and sports medicine. He founded Vita-Labs a brand of health food supplement. He died of a heart attack at age 63. He was married to Barbara L. Caputi in about 1963 and had a daughter Michelle L. Corea. Early life He was born in Camden, New Jersey and graduated from Camden Catholic High School. He spent his early years as an Olympic weightlifter and entering bodybuilding competitions, and won the Mr. Camden County body building competition. He served in the United States Marine Corps and later served in the United States Army Reserve. He founded a supplement company, Vita-Labs, of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, then called Delaware Township, in 1958. In the 1960s, Corea was a strength coach for the Philadelphia Eagles for a decade. In 1962, he opened the Jim Corea Gym and Athletic Club in Cherry Hill. It was
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