Rafael Robb bludgeoned his wife to death at their Upper Merion home just before her 50th birthday.
Thursday, January 17
A University of Pennsylvania professor who confessed to beating his wife to death with a chin-up bar at their Upper Merion home a few days before Christmas in 2006 is set to be released from prison later this month. KYW Newsradio reports that Rafael Robb, once recognized among the world's leading economics theorists, had his parole approved last November. If he is released as expected, he will have served close to the minimum portion of his 5-10 year sentence for voluntary manslaughter. The 62-year-old Robb, who is originally from Israel, pleaded guilty to that charge in November 2007 as part of a plea agreement. He is currently incarcerated at SCI Mercer, about 60 miles north of Pittsburgh. Ellen Robb, who was about to celebrate her 50th …
Alexander S. Kroll joins the Victory upper management team
Sunday, May 13, 2012
The following comes from The Pottstown Herald: Alexander S. Kroll recently joined The Victory Bank to serve as Senior Vice President. In his new position, Kroll will assess a clients’ financial position and develop strategic solutions to meet their goals. Kroll has senior management experience that spans over twenty-five years. He has formerly served as Vice President, Sovereign Bank, Philadelphia, PA; Senior Vice President and Regional Executive, Omni National Bank, Plymouth Meeting, PA; Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer, Allegiance Bank of North America, Bala Cynwyd, PA; Vice President and Senior Lender, Commerce Bank, Philadelphia, PA; Senior Vice President, Royal Bank of Pennsylvania, Narberth, PA; Assistant Vice …