Til Death Do Us Part, TV Weatherman’s Ashes Buried In Pet Cemetery Next To His Dog

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By Debbie EmeryRadar Reporter

A golden Labrador is going to be man’s best friend throughout the afterlife thanks to an unusual funeral agreement.

A former Las Vegas weatherman who died earlier this month will be reunited with his most loyal companion, Jordan, when his ashes are placed in a pet cemetery this weekend.

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John Fredericks, 57, was diagnosed with cirrhosis in June following a long battle with alcoholism, and died in a hospice on November 23, reported the Las Vegas Review Journal.

A spokesperson for the family has now revealed that Fredericks’ ashes will be placed next to where Jordan is buried at Craig Road Pet Cemetery.

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John and Jordan moved to Las Vegas in the mid-1990s to work as a team on the morning show, but the popular meteorologist was forced to leave KVBC-TV, Channel 3 (now KSNV), four years ago after a dispute with the station that stemmed from the Lab being taken off the air following an alleged biting incident.

“He led a tortured life,” said former co-worker and close friend KSNV morning show co-host Dana Wagner. “He was orphaned by 18,” Wagner said. “The people he loved left him. The only living thing he could really count on was Jordan.”

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Known as a champion among animals and a dedicated dog-lover, Fredericks is especially mourned by the pet community and a memorial fund has been set up at Nevada State Bank to help cover funeral costs.

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