An employee and graduate student who was found unconscious in a parking lot at the University of North Texas in Denton last week has been identified as a Haltom City woman.
Margaret R. King, 67, was found unresponsive near her vehicle in a parking lot near Bain Hall on the campus on Sept. 14, UNT spokeswoman Julie Payne said in an email. She was taken to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Denton where she was pronounced dead.
The Tarrant County medical examiner’s office said she died of natural causes related to heart disease. It is still trying to find King’s next of kin.
King worked as a custodian at UNT since June 2016 and was also a graduate student working on a degree in interdisciplinary studies, Payne said. She had master’s degrees from UNT in information science and computer education, Payne said.
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Anyone with information on King’s next of kin should contact the medical examiner’s office at 817-920-5700 or 817-920-5713 (Fax).