When his own four children were too old to need a Little League coach, Peyton Underwood coached other people’s children. He also worked behind the plate as an umpire.
And when he wasn’t with his family or cheering on his beloved Georgia Bulldogs, Underwood ran his own business, making real estate signs.
“He was such a hard worker,” Linda Ratke, a family friend, told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Underwood was working early Saturday, placing signs along Mars Hill Road, when he was struck and killed by an alleged drunk driver, according to Cobb County police. Underwood, 50, was standing outside of his truck when