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Bankruptcy trustee alleges Eimicke Associates' principal concealed assets
Balaber-Strauss also named Laura Klimley of Bronxville, Eimicke's daughter and a director of Eimicke Associates, and Brooks Klimley, Laura's husband, as defendants in the case.
Westchester D.A. probes Yonkers company's bankruptcy
*Editor's note: Brooks Klimley, husband of Eimicke Associates Vice President Laura Klimley, Alicia Eimicke's sister.
...- Laura Klimley, 46
Husband of Laura Klimley
.Held several investment banker jobs on Wall Street.In January was named president of CIT Energy, a subsidiary of CIT Group Inc. in Manhattan.
Listed as one of the largest creditors of V.W. Eimicke Associates
is owed more than $1 million.
...Laura graduated from Barnard College and later earned a master's in movement science and education from Columbia.
Their house was across the street from Oakledge, a stone mansion that Brooks and Laura Klimley
After Victor Eimicke's death and Alicia Eimicke's ascension to president, ownership was divided 50-50 between her and her sister, Laura Klimley
and their mother, Maxine Eimicke, shared the title of vice president, although it is unclear from bankruptcy court filings whether the latter two women played any active role in the operation of the company.
"I don't even want to go to the coffee hour anymore, because Laura
(Klimley) is all over it."
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In addition to her husband, Alicia ...
In addition to her husband, Alicia Eimicke's sister, Laura Klimley, and Klimley's husband, Brooks Klimley, were in the courtroom.
...Laura Klimley, a director in V.W. Eimicke Associates who sold her Bronxville mansion earlier in the fall for a reported $10.5 million, would not comment outside the courtroom.
Laura Klimley, whose family ...
Laura Klimley, whose family business failure is the subject of an ongoing Westchester County grand jury probe, has sold her 19th-century Bronxville mansion for a reported $10.5 million.
The grand jury term expires on Monday, and a decision on whether or not indictments will be handed down in the business collapse could occur within days.
The stone mansion at 5 Oakledge Drive was owned by Klimley
and her husband, Brooks Klimley.
, her sister Alicia Eimicke, and their mother Maxine Eimicke were officers at V.W. Eimicke Associates in Yonkers
, a direct marketing company founded by Maxine's husband, the late Victor W. Eimicke.
...In February, Laura Klimley, a director at the company, agreed to pay creditors $600,000 in the case.
Brooks Klimley, who has held several jobs on Wall Street, and Laura Klimley
also are defendants in civil litigation brought by investors.