The medical examiner's office said the plane was carrying 47-year old Jonathan Rosen, 14-year-old Allison Rosen, 13-year-old Julia Smith and 42-year-old Lauren Harrington.
DeKalb-Peachtree Airport issued a statement on Monday:
"DeKalb County Government and DeKalb-Peachtree Airport (PDK) express their sincere condolences to the families and loved ones of those who lost their lives in the tragic airplane crash on Oct. 8.
"PDK Airport is supporting the National Transportation and Safety Board’s investigation into the cause of the crash.DeKalb County Government and PDK Airport are grateful for the prompt response by DeKalb County Fire Rescue, PDK’s maintenance and security crews, DeKalb County Police Department, Chamblee Police Department, DeKalb Emergency Management Agency, DeKalb Homeland Security, DeKalb County Medical Examiner’s Office and American Medical Response."
Investigators said Sunday the plane reached an altitude of about 75 feet before falling to the ground and bursting into flames.
Investigators said the plane was bound for Houston with a tank full of fuel, which contributed to the intensity of the blaze.
Investigators transported the wreckage to a private facility for further examination.
It could take up to 18 months to publish a full report of the crash, the National Transportation Safety Board said.