When a guy who works in construction dies, it’s the perfect way to remember him


Millwork, a construction contractor in Michigan, was shot to death Thursday morning in his house in Detroit, police said.

Krawlow, a mechanical engineer in Los Angeles, was also killed.

The shooting came about 11:30 a.m. when police were called to Millwork’s house on North Jefferson Street for a domestic disturbance.

The two men, who lived in the same building, were arguing outside when a man with a handgun fired at them, police Sgt. David Gresham said.

Millwork, 30, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police said they were still searching for the gunman.

No other information was immediately available.

The area is mostly quiet.

Millworks death has sent shockwaves through the construction industry.

He was the owner of an electrical contractor company called Millworks Inc. He lived in a modest house in Michigan’s Midland-Odessa-Tippecanoe region.

He had recently started working at the building site of a large, multi-million-dollar apartment complex on Detroit’s east side.

He had recently been promoted to manager of the company.