Robert Everham, III

Obituary of Robert L. Everham, III

Robert L. Everham III (Buddy) age 31 passed away suddenly in his sleep while living in Penns Grove, NJ. He was born and raised in Pennsville, NJ. While growing up in Pennsville he had a love for dirt bikes and enjoyed riding his dirt bike every chance that he got. He also studied Taekwondo at a local Taekwondo school for three years and achieved his black belt, while also helping the instructors with the younger children. During high school he joined the wrestling team at Pennsville High. As an adult he had a great appreciation for the outdoors and nature. He loved animals of all kinds, but he had a special fondness for dogs. He enjoyed fishing, boating, hiking, 4-wheeling, listening to music, and working on cars. He always made time for friends whenever they needed their cars fixed or just checked out. He had a love for cars, especially fast cars, and talked about them a lot in conversations. Another thing he loved talking about was his two boys, Robbie and Kayleb. His eyes would light up as he went on bragging about them. He would tell cute and funny stories with a smile plastered on his face the whole time. He loved them both very much. Robert graduated from Pennsville High in 2007 and attended Pennco Tech. He is survived by his parents Jacquelin and Robert Everham Jr., his two sons Robert Everham IV and Kayleb Everham, his older brother Jeremy and his two sisters Rebekah and Melissa. His oldest brother Jim passed away in 1994. A private memorial service may be held in the near future. Any contributions made in Roberts memory can be donated to the Salem County Humane Society or any animal shelter in Salem County.
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