Alex Trebek was a Canadian-American game show host and TV character. He was the host of the partnered game show Jeopardy! for 37 seasons from its beginning in 1984.
He was a phenomenal entertainer who made the show vivacious and infectious. However, Trebek lamentably passed on the 8th of November 2020 subsequent to battling pancreatic disease. The 80 year old peacefully passed on at home.
According to his death declaration, his last resting spot ought to be at Studio City, California, where he lived with his significant other of 30 years, Jean Trebek.
However, before this, the death certificate also says his body be cremated, and true to the declaration, his body was burnt to ashes. The certificate also expresses that Alex battled pancreatic malignant growth for a very long time.
The host uncovered his diagnosis in a YouTube video back in March 2019. While going through treatment, Alex kept on hosting Jeopardy!. Prior to his demise, he was last seen in the studio of Jeopardy! on the 29th of October, 2020.
Jeopardy! producers declared Alex’s demise in a statement on social media and said that, his family had not announced plans for a service, but gifts receved in his memory can go to the humanitarian organization, World Vision.
Alex Trebek cherished the show and all that it represented. As per the producers of the show, he will always be a motivation for his steady longing to learn, his thoughtfulness and for his affection for his family.