In addition to the California governor, Griffin's family and members of his TV game show empire attended a simple funeral service honoring the loss of the TV star, the Los Angeles Times said Saturday.
Like Schwarzenegger, Reagan had become good friends with Griffin during his lengthy reign in the TV industry and came to pay her respects to his family.
The Times said nearly 500 mourners came out in Beverly Hills to honor Griffin, who died last Sunday at age 82.
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