|32nd Mayor of Eau Gallie, Florida|
|Preceded by||James H. Pruitt|
|Succeeded by||Adger Smith|
|48th Mayor of Melbourne, Florida|
November 10, 1970 – November 20, 1973
|Preceded by||Adger Smith|
|Succeeded by||Richard V. Donahue, Sr.|
|Born||February 24, 1915|
|Died||March 24, 1994 (aged 79)|
Altamonte Springs, Florida
|Spouse(s)||Edythe Dunlap McGrath|
|Children||Kevin, Valpico; stepson, Chuck Dunlap|
|Residence||Eau Gallie, Florida|
141 Jay Drive, Altamonte Springs, Florida
|Occupation||municipal bonds business executive|
Milton McGrath (February 24, 1915 – March 24, 1994) was a Republican mayor of both Eau Gallie, Florida from 1957 to 1963 and later of the city of Melbourne, Florida from 1970 to 1973 after its consolidation with Eau Gallie in 1969.
In 1964, he was the Republican nominee for Brevard County Commissioner from the 5th District for the office previously held by Joe Wickham.
In 1968, he was defeated by State Senator Beth Johnson, the only woman democrat in the state senate at the time, in a primary challenge for the Republican nomination for the 29th District seat.
James H. Pruitt
| Mayor of Eau Gallie, Florida
| Mayor of Melbourne, Florida
Richard V. Donahue, Sr.
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