Roswell firefighter John Kevin Cash was found dead the morning of Jan. 21.

The Roswell Fire Department released a statement saying Cash was found deceased around 10 a.m. in the fire station.

“The Roswell Fire Department appreciates all the prayers, condolences, and support during this difficult time,” Fire Chief Ricky Burnette wrote.

“We ask that you please allow the family and department time to mourn this loss.”

A funeral for the Marietta resident was scheduled for Jan. 28 in McDonough, where he also worked as a firefighter.

According to his obituary, Cash, who was 43, is survived by his wife Jana and his daughter Abby.

In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make contributions in his memory are asked to donate to Roswell Fire and Police Foundation at www.roswellfpf.org or National Fallen Firefighter Foundation at www.firehero.org.

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