Sherman H. Krevolin, 1929-2013
Sherman H. Krevolin was a principal at Neubert, Pepe & Monteith from 2010 until his passing in 2013. He was a distinguished practitioner in the areas of estate planning, personal income tax planning, retirement programs and probate law and business law. Prior to joining Neubert, Pepe & Monteith, Attorney Krevolin was a founding principal at the New Haven firm of Krevolin & Donato.
A native of New Haven, Attorney Krevolin graduated at the top of his class at Hillhouse High School in 1947. Upon graduation, he received the City of New Haven Scholarship to attend Yale University. He graduated Yale University magna cum laude in 1951. Further, he went on to graduate from Yale Law in 1954, the same year he was accepted to the Connecticut Bar. His other bar admissions include the United States District Court District of Connecticut (1958), and the United States Supreme Court (1971). He was a longtime member of the American and Connecticut Bar Associations.
Attorney Krevolin served in the United States Army from 1954 to 1956. In later years, he served his community as President of the New Haven Jaycees and the B’nai Jacob Synagogue. In addition, he was a board member of the Woodbridge Country Club and Deputy Town Meeting Moderator for the Town of Orange.
Eric I. B. Beller, 1951-2002
Eric I. B. Beller was a principal at Neubert, Pepe & Monteith from 2001 until his passing in 2002. He concentrated his practice in health law, managed care law, physician contracting and regulatory compliance. He also counseled in the environmental aspects of real estate transactions.
Born in New York City, Attorney Beller graduated from the Bronx High School of Science in 1967 and went on to graduate with honors from Harvard University in 1971. He earned his J.D. from Yale Law School in 1978. In his early legal career, Attorney Beller worked in Philadelphia as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Norma L. Shapiro of the U.S. District Court, as staff attorney with the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia, and with the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.
Upon returning to Connecticut in 1984, Attorney Beller served as a visiting assistant professor of law at Quinnipiac College School of Law. He began working in private practice in New Haven in 1985, first with the commercial law firm of Arthur Sachs, Esq. He then was principal of the Law Offices of Eric I. B. Beller, P.C., later known as Beller, Goldstein & Allentuch, P.C.
Attorney Beller joined Neubert, Pepe & Monteith in April, 2001. His professional memberships included the New Haven County Bar Association’s Environmental Law Committee, the Environmental Law Section of the Connecticut Bar Association, as well as the Legal Advisory Committee of the Connecticut Fund for the Environment. He maintained memberships in the American Health Lawyers Association and the Health Law Section of the American Bar Association. Attorney Beller was active in the Harvard Club of Southern Connecticut. He was also active in Congregation Beth El-Keser Israel, the New Haven Committee of the Connecticut Chapter of the ADL, the Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven, and the Joseph Slifka Center at Yale.