Kurt Grube began writing this book after he lost his mother in 2001. He found there wasn't much information for an executor administering a non-complex estate. Going through the process, he discovered it was quite easy and he thought he could share his experiences and research over the past ten years to help other people in the same situation. He has been quoted on in the op-ed pages of The Record (New Jersey) regarding pork barrel spending by Congress and the recent MF Global bankruptcy. He has appeared on the Fox News Network "The O'Reilly Factor" where he provided commentary regarding President Clinton and the Monica Lewinsky matter. He is a graduate of Don Bosco High School and William Paterson University (summa cum laude). He is currently an executive at a large international information technology company and has been certified as a Project Management Professional. He has been married for over 30 years and has two grown children.
Keith Grube, Esq.
Keith Grube is currently an attorney specializing in criminal defense. He has also practiced law in health care operations; fraud and abuse and business counseling for an international health care firm. He was a member of the Villanova Law Review, 1990-1992. Law Clerk to Hon. H. Jonathan Fox, J.S.C., New Jersey, 1992-1993. Co-author with Ivan J. Punchatz: "The Nursing Facility Survey, Certification and Enforcement Regulations," New Jersey Lawyer, The Magazine, December 1995; "Learning From Pennsylvania's Experience with 'Dear Provider Letters' - 72 Hour DRG Window False Claims Enforcement Project," New Jersey Law Journal, Health Care Law Supplement, December 18, 1995; "State Regulators Get Serious About Enforcing Licensure Requirements," New Jersey Law Journal, January 22, 1996. Author: "Independent Contractor or Employee? The Rules and Ramifications of Worker Classification In the Health Care Industry," F. Gordon Keckeissen and Keith S. Grube, Health Law Hand Book, 1998 ed., West Group, Clark Boardman Callaghan, 1998.
John E. Nevola
John E. Nevola made his literary debut with “The Last Jump”, a historical novel based on United States airborne operations in Europe during World War II. A retired Information Technology executive, Nevola has been widely published in business magazines with numerous articles on disaster recovery and terrorism. In 2011, he commemorated the 70th Anniversary of the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor with “The Revenge of the Pearl Harbor Survivors” describing the pivotal role played by the American aircraft carriers which survived that despicable attack. Nevola was born in New York City and is a graduate of Cardinal Hayes High School and the College of Aeronautics. He resides in Mount Olive, New Jersey with his wife of 45 years. They have four children and six grandchildren. A portion of the proceeds from The Last Jump are donated to charity to assist the families of the fallen.