Governor nominates Greenwich attorney as state judge

Governor Dannel P. Malloy nominated Edward T. Krumeich II of Greenwich to fill a vacancy on the Connecticut Superior Court on Tuesday, May. 12. He also nominated three others for judge openings.

“I am profoundly grateful to Governor Malloy for this nomination,” Krumeich, a Democrat, said.  “I look forward to the challenge and the opportunity to serve the people of Connecticut as a judge of the Superior Court.”

The other three Connecticut residents nominated to the state Superior Court are Alice A. Bruno of New Britain, John B. Farley of West Hartford and Gerald L. Harmon of Southington.

Ed Krumeich of Greenwich

Ed Krumeich of Greenwich

“The smart selections we make for the court today will help deliver a brighter Connecticut tomorrow,” Malloy said in a written statement. “Selecting qualified, diverse nominees is not an easy task – we do it exceptionally carefully because these decisions impact our future, and we’re working to build a Connecticut for the long-run, for everyone. That’s why these selections are so important, and that’s why it’s so vital to find candidates who are representative of our diverse population. The nominees we are announcing today will be a great addition to our Superior Court and I am confident that they will serve the state with distinction.”

Krumeich of Greenwich is a member of the law firm of Ivey, Barnum & O’Mara where he has served for 32 years with experience in commercial, construction and real estate litigation in both state and federal courts. The Democrat had run unsuccessfully in the past for state representative.

Krumeich has also served as a Special Master mediating special proceedings in the Stamford Superior Court.  He began his career as a law clerk to Judge Anthony J. Celebrezze on the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and practiced for six years in New York City in the areas of commercial and securities litigation. Attorney Krumeich holds a J.D. law degree from Case Western Reserve University and a bachelor’s degree from Hamilton College.

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