Obituary: Sol Kroll

, New York Law Journal

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A veteran Manhattan insurance lawyer who helped found the firm that became Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker, Sol Kroll was 94 when he died on Thursday.

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  • Nigel Kellett

    Terribly sorry to hear of Sol Kroll's death earlier this year. I last met him in 1976 aged 17, whilst with my family in the US, and he lent us a limo & chauffer; my father knew him through Lloyd's. I have fond memories of, and still have, the Christmas 'books' sent out, probably, in the '60's, such as The Night Before Christmas, all of which I share with my children. My heartfelt condolences to his family.

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