Following the announcement of the death of Alex Trebek on Sunday, social media was flooded with remembrances of the longtime "Jeopardy!" host.
Trebek died at home early Sunday with family and friends surrounding him, "Jeopardy!" studio Sony said in a statement.
Trebek presided over the beloved quiz show for more than 30 years, since it made its debut in daytime syndication in 1984.
He was a master of the format, engaging in friendly banter with contestants and appearing genuinely pleased when they answered correctly. He was also able to move the game along in a brisk no-nonsense fashion whenever people struggled for answers.
Back in March 2019, Trebek announced his diagnosis in a video message released on the show's social media accounts.
Trebek died nearly a year and a half after his stage 4 pancreatic cancer diagnosis. He was 80.
'Wheel of Fortune' host Pat Sajak issued the following statement after learning of Trebek's passing: "The death of Alex Trebek is a tremendous loss for his family, his friends, his co-workers and the millions of viewers who followed his long and illustrious career. It was an honor for me to be a part of his professional family for nearly 40 years. His strength and courage and grace during his recent health struggles inspired countless others. Alex was truly one of a kind."
Vanna White said, "I will cherish the many memories I have shared with Alex Trebek that date back well before either of our careers took off. I will always be in awe of the way he faced the battle he fought so valiantly and I'm devastated to lose my longtime friend. My heart is with his family, friends, co-workers and fans. There will never be another Alex Trebek and he will truly be missed."
Read what some others had to say about Trebek's passing below.