The will was notarized by a person who was a friend of Herbert and his wife, Elizabeth Herbert, and who works at the dealership, on October 9, about a week before Herbert went missing from his Stafford Springs home.
The Connecticut State Police Eastern District Crime Squad is investigating Herbert‘s death, which is being treated as suspicious. They are looking at the 11-page will as well as a life insurance policy mentioned in the will.
The will names Elizabeth Herbert as executor and sole benefactor. It says that Oliver Herber‘s sister, Cynthia Herbert, should not become executor or receive anything from his estate. The will also states that Elizabeth Herbert should get all “property as well as any current or future earnings.”
One of the witnesses who signed the will, Alexander Mandel, also works at the dealership.
“I didn’t even know who they were,” Mandel told the Hartford Courant. “I was told, I think, he was a rock star or something.
Mandel said that Oliver Herbert was wearing a black T-shirt when he signed the will. “He didn’t really say anything,” Mandel said of Oliver.
Herbert has played in ALL THAT REMAINS since 1998, performing on all nine of the band’s studio albums.