Bunnell, Florida
Thursday, December 07, 1978


Arthur Campbell Sennate, 60, editor of the FLAGLER TRIBUNE from February 1974 through November 1975, died last week at his home in New Smyrna Beach.

A native of Syracuse, N. Y., Mr. Sennate also had been editor of the Halifax Reporter in Ormond Beach and the New Smyrna Beach News­Observer.

Mr. Sennate moved to Ormond Beach in 1967 after his retirement from the Air Force, which he had served for. 20 years. He was named editor of the Halifax Reporter, then an independent newspaper which later was purchased by Florida Publishing Co.

In 1974, Mr. Sennate was transferred by Florida Publishing Co. to the FLAGLER TRIBUNE. He moved for a time to Palm Coast and then left to take over the New Smyrna Beach paper.

Mr. Sennate served in the Army Air Corps during World War II. He was stationed in the Aleutian Islands during the Korean War and later served in Vietnam. .

He received a bronze star from the Air Force for meritorious service. Mr. Sennate was a member of the Air Force Sergeants Assn. and Elks Lodge No. 1557.

Survivors include his widow, Aimee B.; a son, Capt. Keith H. Sennate, with the Air Force in Dayton, Ohio, and a daughter, Susan Hall, now of London.