As we reported earlier, Gregory Graham, a third-generation car dealership owner in Ligonier, Pennsylvania tragically died of a heart attack last month while setting fire to the cars on his lot. His company, Graham Colonial Motors, was evidently burdened by more than a million dollars in liens, in addition to the daily woes of doing business in this business climate.

According to the Associated Press, Graham's partner in the business was his brother, Randolph, who took a job at another dealer not far away when the family business closed, but he disappeared not long after taking the position. Two days later, hunters reportedly found his body inside his car, in the woods. The coroner has not ruled out suicide, and is waiting for toxicology result before announcing the cause of death.

[Source: The Associated Press via Google | Image: AP/Gene J. Puska]

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