Redgis Filbin’s family has discovered that he is now buried at the University of Alma Mater Notre Dame after a private funeral at his Sacred Heart Basilica
Regis Philbin, who died last week at the age of 88, is buried at the University of Notre Dame, his alma mater.
The TV presenter was interrogated after a private funeral service at the university, a school spokesman said.
The Philbin Memorial was held at the Sacred Heart School Basilica, and he was laid to rest at Cedar Grove Cemetery on campus.
Proud graduate: Regis Philbin, who died last week at the age of 88, buried at the University of Notre Dame, his alma mater; he is depicted on his football field in 1993
“Philbin’s family wanted to return Regis to the place he loved so much for a private funeral and burial,” school spokesman Dennis Brown said in a letter.
“It happened on Wednesday, and he is now resting quietly in Notre Dame.”
A brilliant TV presenter and personality, he graduated from Catholic University in 1953 and was an avid graduate.
He often returned to South Bend, Indiana, for football games, pep rallies, banquets, concerts and other events, according to the Tribune South Bend.
Old places for stupidity: the TV presenter was interrogated after a private funeral service at the university, a school spokesman said; he was depicted on campus in 1993
Home: A brilliant television personality, she graduated from a Catholic university in 1953 and was an avid graduate; he was depicted in 1993 in front of his old hall of college residence
In 2001, Live with Regis and Kathy Lee donated $ 2.75 million to the school to create the Philbin Studio Theater.
Located in the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, the black box area was designed for laboratory and performing arts.
The school’s Rev. John Jenkins praised Philbin for his commitment to the school in a statement this week.
“Regis has enjoyed millions on the air for many years, often sharing a passionate love for his alma mater with viewers,” Jenkins said.
Family Time: Regis is pictured in the west in the auditorium on campus with daughter J.J.J.
Throw: Regis is depicted in 1993 in the tunnel of the stadium of the football field of Notre Dame, which models a jacket with the words “FIGHT IRISH”
Decades ago: Regis is depicted in May 1999. Having received an honorary degree during 154 initial Notre Dame exercises
Pibin died of natural causes on July 24, just over a month before his 89th birthday.
He retired in 2011 after a long television career that included holding a morning syndicated show Live! with Regis and Katie Lee from 1985-2000 – with co-author Katie Lee Gifford – and Live! with Regis and Kelly – with Kelly Ripa – from 2001 until his resignation.
He also hosted the game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.
Catholic School: Regis depicted in 1993 near the Notre Dame Grotto of the Virgin Mary of Lourdes