Lay died at 64 of a heart attack Wednesday with his wife, Linda, by his side. The Enron founder -- convicted this spring of scheming to prop up the company's share price in one of the nation's most notorious corporate crime cases -- was at his home in nearby Snowmass when he suffered the attack, said the Houston Chronicle.
Services in Houston are planned for Wednesday at First United Methodist Church.
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