February 13, 2013
Norwegian Dies in Phuket and Leaves His Assets to Elderly and Children
On Saturday, a Norwegian died of asthma and left behind a will that distributed his assets, worth more than 100 million baht are to be donated to foundation for the elderly and children in Phuket to show his gratitude to Thailand.
A housekeeper returned from cleaning up houses in the Banjama Housing Estate and found Frank Robert. Frank Robert arrived in Phuket over 10 years ago and bought 21 houses in Banjama Housing Estate to rent foreign tourists. Police went to examine the body and found no traces of injury to the body. Before he died, Frank Robert had told the housekeeper that he had a will kept in the safe in the house.
See Norwegian Gifts Phuket Needy, Bangkok Post, Feb. 10, 2013.
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