pbn_logo1Nov 19, 2014 – When Eric S. Niloff came across his 91-year-old grandfather’s collection of World War II-era photographs, he and his wife took it upon themselves to organize and preserve them for their family.

“It took literally over 100 hours. We said, ‘Why isn’t there a real company that will actually work with families to secure their history?’” Niloff said in a recent interview.

And that’s how they got the idea for their business, EverPresent.

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