Agha is the conservator…
Lillian Marie King, the colorful, longtime Pacific Grove woman who made headlines in 2005 after more than $2 million in gold and silver coins was stolen from her home near Asilomar State Beach, has died. She was 103.
According to court documents, King died Jan. 28 in her P.G. home, where she had been receiving round-the-clock help from caregivers.
Her attorneys and the conservator of her estate, Nader Agha, a Pacific Grove businessman who owns the Holman Building, said King had a youthful spirit despite her age. Even into her 100s, she was impressing those who cared for her.