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Life after Paul Walker’s death is not getting any better: Father

Paul Walker's father has revealed that we will always miss his son.

By: Press Trust of India | Los Angeles |
November 18, 2014 1:31:11 pm
"I'm not looking forward to Thanksgiving. He died two days after that and I guess it'll probably be that way until I'm with him. It's a sad time. We're a very close, loving family and Paul is a piece that's missing now, that we're always going to miss. (Source: Reuters) “I’m not looking forward to Thanksgiving. He died two days after that and I guess it’ll probably be that way until I’m with him. It’s a sad time. We’re a very close, loving family and Paul is a piece that’s missing now, that we’re always going to miss. (Source: Reuters)

Paul Walker’s father has revealed that we will always miss his son. The beloved actor passed away on November 30, 2013 at the age of 40. Walker was killed in a fatal car accident in Santa Clarita, California, reported Us magazine.

“I’m not looking forward to Thanksgiving. He died two days after that and I guess it’ll probably be that way until I’m with him. It’s a sad time. We’re a very close, loving family and Paul is a piece that’s missing now, that we’re always going to miss.

“I’m missing him more now, the last month. It’s not getting any better for me,” the star’s father said just weeks
before the one-year anniversary of Walker’s death.

The former ‘Fast & Furious’ star had a touching final interaction with his father before his untimely death.

“The last time I saw him, he gave me a kiss on the cheek, I gave him one. I tell him I loved him. It’s a great memory,”
he added.

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