Mayor Quattrocchi Honors Four Garwood Residents For Work During Hurricane Sandy
Three residents volunteered at the regional evacuation shelter and one saved a life at sea.
At Garwood's Jan. 22 council meeting, Mayor Patricia Quattrocchi read citations for four Garwood residents who went above and beyond to aid others during Hurricane Sandy.
Rachel Herz, Kaitlin Tharaldsen and Eileen Kufta were honored for volunteering at the Cranford Community Center to assist with the Union County Regional Evacuation Shelter in conjunction with the UC Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) under the direction of the Union County Health Officer, in preparation for Hurricane Sandy.
John Todisco saved the life of a 16-year-old surfer who became distressed off Sea Bright beach during the advance of Hurricane Sandy. Read the full story and see a photo of the rescue, here.