Alex Trebek has returned house.
The longtime Jeopardy! host died at age 80 on Nov. 8 after battling pancreatic most cancers. On Friday, Nov. 20, The Blast printed a replica of his loss of life certificates, which states he died at house and was later cremated. It lists his remaining resting place as Studio Metropolis, California, the place he lived together with his spouse of 30 years, Jean Trebek.
“My household and I sincerely thanks all to your compassionate messages and generosity,” Jean, who shares a son and daughter with Alex, wrote on Instagram on Nov. 11. “Your expressions have actually touched our hearts. Thanks so very, very a lot. Many Blessings to all, Jean Trebek.”
Jeopardy! producers announced Alex’s death in a press release on social media and stated on the time that his household had not introduced plans for a service, however that items in his reminiscence can go to the humanitarian group World Vision.