Tony’s father and brother, Richard and Andrew Hsih, respectively, were given the request to manage the 46 – year – old’s largest asset and fortune following his death last week. Court documents Filed Thursday in Clark County District Court in Nevada and shared online Local average.
Hessie, the retired CEO of online shoe retailer Japos, said in family documents that he had no choice but to die in Connecticut last month.
Documents filed in court in Nevada on Wednesday on behalf of his family said, “They were unaware that there was a fully implemented garden plan, and there is a good hope that the decent man died of a hernia.”
Hessie, who lived in Las Vegas, Connecticut State Medical Examiner’s Office, died Friday, November 27. He was rescued and hospitalized following a fire in New London, Connecticut on November 18. He is 46 years old.
The state medical examiner’s office said Hessey died of smoke inhalation problems. His death has been ruled an accident.
The cause of the fire is being investigated.
Hessie headed the Las Vegas-based Japos for 20 years before retiring. The Harvard University graduate has been an online retailer since being sold to Amazon in 2009 for $ 1.2 billion.
He was estimated to be worth $ 840 million when he retired in the summer, According to Forbes.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.