It’s been one year since Paul’s tragic death, but his spirit remains alive and his big heart is far from forgotten. Paul’s dad, Paul Walker III, said some touching words about the late ‘Furious 7’ actor on the anniversary’s of his son’s death.
On Nov. 30, 2013, Hollywood mourned the loss of actor Paul Walker, who died in a tragic car accident in Los Angeles, Calif. Paul’s legacy continues onward and his good heart is certainly not forgotten. In fact, Paul remains in the hearts of many, including his father’s, Paul Walker III, who opened up in a touching interview with E! News about how Paul is with him every day.
Paul Walker’s Death: Paul Walker’s Father Gives Touching Interview
“I feel his presence every day,” Paul III said in the interview according to Us Weekly. “I miss talking to him a great deal.”
Paul’s dad went on to say how big of a heart and small an ego Paul had. He said Paul would always make a point to ask about other people instead of talking about himself. Paul was also very invested in his charity work for Reach Out Worldwide, and was actually on a break at a charity event when the accident happened.
“Paul just radiated love and you can’t fake that. I thought, ‘How did I deserve such a wonderful son?'” Paul III said.
Paul III will be remembering his son on the anniversary of his death by visiting his gravesite. He’s planning on playing a coin game they made up and would play during Paul’s casting calls. It warms our hearts to know that Paul III will feel his son’s presence during his sweet tribute.
Paul Walker Remembered By ‘Furious 7’
Paul’s last movie Furious 7 will pay tribute to the late actor and his character in the film.
A new trailer released on Nov. 1 has a lot of powerful and emotional scenes featuring Paul, and we know that this film will mark his legacy as an actor.
Co-star Vin Diesel previously shared photos from the film and wrote, We all went above and beyond to make [Paul] proud, but man, I wish he could see what we have created and just how far we have come.”
Our thoughts remain with Paul’s family and friends on this difficult day.
— Julianne Ishler