Jerry Derenzo Death – In the early hours of Friday, November 17, investigators report that Jerome “Jerry” Derenzo, who was from Saddle River, New Jersey, passed away as a result of a car accident that occurred in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. His age was 31. He was traveling west on Sunbury Road in Barry Township when he lost control of his truck, according to the Pennsylvania State Police. Derenzo Clark, who was the grandson of the late best-selling novelist Mary Higgins Clark, was driving the truck.
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Following his departure off the roadway, his Chevrolet C/K 3500 collided with an embankment, and he was subsequently pronounced dead at the site, according to the troopers. According to the information that can be found on his Facebook profile, Derenzo went to St. Joseph’s Regional High School in Montvale, where he went on to play football. After that, he completed his education at the University of Vermont. According to content shared on social media, he is survived by his wife Tara and their daughter, who is one year old.
His well-known grandmother, who had been referred to as the “Queen of Suspense” and had contributed to the publication of over forty best-selling novels throughout the course of her career that spanned several decades, passed away before Derenzo. Natural causes were the cause of death for Mary Higgins Clark, who passed away in January of 2020 at her home in Naples, Florida. His mother, Patricia “Patty” Clark, who had affectionately supported him “in good times and bad” and was looking forward to having her first grandchild, passed away before him. According to her obituary, she was also looking forward to the arrival of her firstborn child. Within the year 2020, she passed away.