This is what I found on PEOPLE.COM:

In an interview with The New Yorker published Tuesday, Ben [Stiller], 54, said that he and his sister Amy, 58, were able to spend time with Jerry before he died earlier this month at age 92.

“Just due to the fact that he didn’t have a coronavirus-related illness, and he had been ailing for a while, we were able to be with him, which I’m very, very grateful for,” he said.

“He was just slowing down a lot, and he was dealing with a lot of issues,” he shared. “And so the last week or two were tougher for him. But he went peacefully, and he had a sense of humor, for sure, until the end.”

Stiller said that his father, who was ninety-three, “was always himself… I think his body was kind of at that point where it was time.”

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