Dec 31, 2012 8:27 PM by MTN News
EVANSTON, Wyo - The heir to a Copper King fortune was found dead and homeless last week in Wyoming, according to the Evanston Police Department.
Timothy Henry Gray, age 60, was in line to potentially receive $19 million. Gray is believed to be one of the heirs to the Huguette Clark Fortune.
Gray was discovered by children sledding on the Sixth Street underpass in Evanston, a small town in southwest Wyoming, according to Lt. Bill Jeffers of the Evanston Police Department. Gray's body was found around 2 p.m. Thursday. Officials determined Gray died of exposure to the environment.
He was the adopted great-grandson of former U.S. Senator for Montana, William Andrews Clark.