Here's what beloved TV dad Bob Saget's headstone says – Los Angeles Times
The grave of comedian Bob Saget finally has a headstone befitting of the beloved “Full House” star nearly 10 months after his sudden death.
In Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles, the headstone bears Saget’s full name, Robert L. Saget, and a touching tribute to the actor, who died in January at age 65.
“Loving & devoted husband, father, son, uncle, brother & friend,” the epitaph says, as seen in photos published by the Daily Mail.
“He brought people together and made them laugh. A very great man,” it says.
Stamos reflects on more than 35 years of friendship with his beloved ‘Full House’ co-star, who died Jan. 9 at 65.
The headstone, of course, also includes Saget’s date of birth (May 17, 1956) and the date of his death on Jan. 9, 2022 — the night he was found dead in his Orlando, Fla., hotel room between stops on his stand-up comedy tour.
The “How I Met Your Mother” voice actor died of head trauma after accidentally hitting his head, his family said a month later, and Orange County Sheriff’s Office investigators found no evidence of foul play or drug use.
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Condolences from all over the world poured in for the revered comedian, who rose to fame playing the ultimate TV dad on the 1980s and ‘90s sitcom “Full House” and its Netflix reboot, “Fuller House.” His TV family and numerous famous friends, including John Stamos and John Mayer, shared their tributes with the public, online and in private memorials.
Saget’s raunchy, star-studded salute that took place at West Hollywood’s vaunted Comedy Store in January was turned into a Netflix comedy special called “Dirty Daddy,” which began streaming in June.
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Nardine Saad covers breaking entertainment news, trending culture topics, celebrities and their kin for the Los Angeles Times. She joined The Times in 2010 as a MetPro trainee and has reported from homicide scenes, flooded canyons, red carpet premieres and award shows.
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