The Everett Family of Randolph on 'Today Show' Tuesday at 9 a.m., a Year After Hurricane Sandy
Monday, October 28, 2013 • 9:56pm
RANDOLPH, NJ – At the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, The Everett children will be featured on NBC's Today Show Tuesday morning between 9 and 10 a.m. as part of a Sandy remembrance program.
On Oct. 29, 2012, Richard and Elizabeth Everett, of Randolph had their lives taken too early when a tree fell and struck their vehicle. The accident occurred while they were driving home from Blue Crest Riding Center, their horse farm in Long Valley, during the first hours of Hurricane Sandy.
The couple was survived by their parents and four children, whose names and current ages are Zoe, 20, Talia, 18, Theodore, 15 and Pierce, 12. Zoe, the oldest of the Everett children, showed tremendous courage when faced with the task of being guardian and caretaker for her younger siblings.
Zoe and her family continue to reside in Shongum Lake, Randolph, where they are fortunate to have a large support network. Richard and Elizabeth were well respected and very involved in the community, and are greatly missed.
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