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Paul Walker's Father Tearfully Remembers His Son

Paul Walker's Father Tearfully Remembers His Son

Paul Walker‘s father has spoken out following his son’s tragic death over the weekend and he was understandably overcome with emotion during an interview with a local CBS station.

“I’m just … glad, that every time I saw him, I told him I loved him. And he would say the same thing to me,” Paul Walker, Sr. said. “You can’t beat friends at a time like this. “His brothers are all taking it pretty hard.”

“[He told me] I want to take a hiatus, [his daughter Meadow] is just 15 and ‘I don’t have much more time to be with her’ and then boom, he got another movie. He would say, ‘I don’t know what to do,” he added.

“His heart was so open. I was proud of him every day of his life,” he concluded.

Paul Walker’s Father Tearfully Remembers His Son
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8 Responses to “Paul Walker's Father Tearfully Remembers His Son”

  1. 1
    Afgalana Says:

    I wonder how his father feels apart from sad. Everyone saying how handsome, young and awesome he was. At least his parents know people did appreciate him. He was good, young and handsome and didn’t have any scandals. Sometimes life gives bad luck to those who don’t deserve it.

  2. 2
    Ha Says:

    So so so so so sad…… Losing a child is the worst thing that can happen to you in a lifetime.. (that or any parent)

  3. 3
    breezedash Says:

    heartbreaking to read this….

  4. 4
    Nikki Says:

    Incredibly heartbreaking

  5. 5
    xyz Says:

    So ur son dies and u appear on TV for interviews, to display ur pain…. Not buying this. Paul faked his death. No normal parent who lost a child acts like this. End of story.

  6. 6
    Anna Says:

    @xyz: Oh God shut up! He probably agreed to do an interview because he was begged to. I have seen my aunt and uncle lose their son, it is a devastating thing. You have no idea how Paul’s father feels right now and everyone grieves differently. Don’t get on him about doing an interview, he just lost his son.

  7. 7
    HillbillieNurse Says:

    All deaths of loved ones are horrible to those left behind. However , the death of a child is utterly devastating. Leave these folks to grieve in peace. Gift the foundations that were dear to Mr. Walker’s heart and help another as a tribute to his memory.

  8. 8
    Lauren Says:

    @xyz: You’re an idiot.

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