Entertainment Alex Trebek's wife Jean will keep his ashes at their home

22:40  21 november  2020
22:40  21 november  2020 Source:   wonderwall.com

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"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek was cremated and his ashes will be kept at home with his widow, his death certificate reveals. Days after his passing, Jean Trebek thanked her late husband' s fans in an Instagram post for their support. It featured a photo from her 1990 wedding to the television personality.

Alex trebek ’ s greatest ‘Jeopardy!’ In his book, Trebek recalled meeting Jean ’s father for the first time, a man who was only two years older than he was. “He was running a private investigation firm in New York, and he had arranged for a boat to host some family and friends for an engagement

Back in January, as Alex Trebek was coming to terms with his cancer diagnosis, he told People that while he was "satisfied" with the life he lived, his one regret was not having met his wife, Jean, earlier so they could have had more time together.

a couple of people posing for the camera: Alex Trebek Jean Trebek © Michael Kovac/Getty Images for AFI Alex Trebek Jean Trebek

That probably helps explain the couple's choice for Alex's final resting place. According to The Blast, the "Jeopardy!" host's death certificate shows he was cremated and his ashes will be kept with Jean at their home in Studio City, California.

Alex, 80, lost his battle with stage four pancreatic cancer on Nov. 8, after 22 months. He continued to host his long-running game show through much of that time. He was also able to spend time with Jean, who he married in 1990.

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Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek shocked fans in March 2019 when he revealed that he has stage 4 pancreatic cancer. On Sunday, Trebek passed away at age 80 surrounded by family and friends. In August, his wife Jean opened up in an emotional essay about how she first noticed something was

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As "Jeopardy!" executive producer Mike Richards told CNN and the hosts of "Today" in recent interviews, Alex knew how he wanted to spend his last day on earth — and it was at home on the swing in his backyard, with Jean at his side.

"Even in his book, he described that he wanted his final day to be sitting on his swing next to his wife, Jean, and kind of watching the horizon, and he got to do that," Mike said.

A few days after Alex's passing, Jean, 56, shared a note of gratitude on Instagram, letting fans and friends know how much the outpouring of support meant to her and the couple's children.

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"My family and I sincerely thank you all for your compassionate messages and generosity," she wrote alongside a photo from her wedding day. "Your expressions have truly touched our hearts."

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Alex Trebek ' s wife , Jean , has spoken out in the wake of the Jeopardy! host's death. HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - JUNE 06: (L-R) Alex Trebek and Jean Currivan Trebek attend the 47th AFI Life Achievement Award honoring Denzel Washington at Dolby Theatre on June 06, 2019 in Hollywood

Alex Trebek ‘ s stage 4 pancreatic cancer diagnosis has not been easy for both he and his wife of nearly 30 years, Jean Currivan Trebek . The former NFL star asked Jean if she’s ever voiced to her husband, 79, that he should take a break from the ABC game show series amid his health condition.

Alex and Jean first met at a party in 1988, according to Newsweek. They reportedly kept their relationship platonic at first because of their large age difference — but that obviously didn't stick.

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"There was just this deep sensitivity about him with a gruffy exterior," Jean recalled in an interview with People earlier this year. "I kept thinking, he's 24 years older than me … but there was something that just kept drawing me to him."

Over the course of their nearly 30-year marriage, the couple tended to stay close to home, favoring movies in bed after dinner over parties and nights out on the town.

Alex Trebek et al. smiling for the camera: Alex Trebek Jean Trebek © Michael Kovac/Getty Images for AFI Alex Trebek Jean Trebek

In the same interview, Jean said she and Alex had "challenges" like any couple.

"And then we have our really beautiful times," she said, "where we're just so blessed to know that we're in each other's courtyard."

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Trebek was an American TV icon who hosted “Jeopardy!” since 1984. He died Sunday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. We’re guessing that, like many of us, Thielen enjoyed watching Trebek roast contestants when their sports knowledge was lacking, like he did here.Subscribe to Yardbarker's Morning Bark, the most comprehensive newsletter in sports. Customize your email to get the latest news on your favorite sports, teams and schools. Emailed daily.

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