LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Billboards are popping up across the valley in memory of former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh.
This comes after a judge in Clark County ruled Hsieh's father and brother will administer his affairs.
They have to determine where and how much Hsieh's assets are worth after the former Zappos' CEO died without a will.
Some say they were concerned about Hsieh in the months leading up to his death.
Dave Marlon, CEO of Crossroads Recovery, says he was surprised by Hsieh's abrupt departure from work.
Marlon says he never heard back from Hsieh.
Fire officials say Hsieh died after he was trapped inside a burning shed at a Connecticut home last month.
His death was ruled an accident, but the fire is still under investigation.