Nearly two full months since his Jun. 15 death, Casey Kasem’s body is finally set to be transferred from Montreal Monday, to an undisclosed location at the request of his widow Jean, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
The radio pioneer’s body is set to leave through Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, sources tell Radar, adding that the weight of the shipment is estimated at 200 pounds. According to sources, the near-$2,500 shipping order indicate the package, denoted as fragile cargo, contains the “human remains of the late Mr. Casey Kasem.”
A month after his death — and a day ahead of legal provisions his daughters were granted to keep the body where it was — the former America’s Top 40 host’s body was transported from the Gaffney Funeral Home, the Tacoma, Wash. facility his remains had been held at to a Montreal funeral parlor.
Casey’s daughters, via a spokesperson, speculated that Jean Kasem has a boyfriend in Montreal, as their late father had no discernible ties to the area.