Sean McGrath Succumbs To Cancer

By | June 14, 2004 at 12:00 AM

Sean McGrath, former bass player for Saves The Day, Hands Tied, Mouthpiece and The Alps has lost his battle with intestinal cancer after a 2-year struggle. He was 28.

Sean played with the Saves The Day for two years, helping craft their debut Can’t Slow Down, departing during the development of Through Being Cool in early 1999. After leaving the band, Sean took a behind-the-scenes role in the music industry with a day job at a major music entertainment company. He also showed his comedic side at night with improvisational comedy training from the renowned troupe Chicago City Limits.

McGrath passed away Friday in his home with the company of family and friends.

Our deepest condolences go out to the family and friends of Sean McGrath.

Viewing information Monday and Tuesday 2-4 pm and 7-9pm @ Keppler Funeral Home on Main Street in Allentown, NJ (609) 259-7391 Funeral is Wed around 10 or 11, cremation to follow.

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