Peter McGrath was a beloved father of four who was found dead in a burning work vehicle in DeKalb.
On Sunday, a locksmith was discovered dead in a flaming work vehicle in DeKalb.

As a caring father and small company owner, he will be remembered. DeKalb police discovered Peter McGrath, 36, dead in his home. On Mecklinburg Place in Decatur, near Towers High, a construction van caught fire.

On Sunday, June 5, at approximately 12:30 a.m., school will begin. McGrath’s death was deemed a homicide by the DeKalb County Medical Examiner’s Office. homicide.

“My husband, who is a mobile emergency locksmith, called me two days earlier. Went to work in Decatur and never returned,” Amber McGrath sent in a message a declaration “This inexplicable catastrophe is almost unbearable. Peter

He was a fantastic man. Trying to carve out a piece of the American pie for himself Dream. “Our hopes and dreams were snuffed out.”

As we mourn alongside you, words fall short of expressing our sorrow for your loss. heartfelt condolences to the family and friends who have suffered such a tragic loss. Please accept our heartfelt sympathy.

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