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John Stamos Shares Full House Reunion Pic With Olsen Twins

Jodie commented: “I love you. This time together was so special…painful. But we all really came together exactly the way he would have wanted.”

Bob’s wife Kelly Rizzo also wrote: “I love you. This photo is beautiful.”

The actor, who a few years ago reprized his role as Danny Tanner in the sequel series to Jeff. Fuller house along with all of the franchise’s stars except the Olsens, was found dead at age 65 in a Florida hotel room in January 2022. He was later buried in a funeral in Los Angeles, attended by her Full house his teammates, more friends, his wife and three daughters Aubrey, Jennifer And Lara from his previous marriage.

A medical examiner’s report obtained by E! News determined he died of head trauma. Bob’s family said authorities concluded he “accidentally hit the back of his head with something, didn’t think anything of it and fell asleep.” They added that there were no drugs or alcohol involved.

Last January, Full house alumni paid tribute to Bob on the second anniversary of his death.

“It almost gets weirder as time goes on because I’m like, ‘Wow, I haven’t heard from Bob in a long time.’ And I’m like, ‘Oh.’ Andrea Barbier, who played the Tanner family’s neighbor Kimmy Gibbler, said in an Instagram clip showing the actors on a video call. “It’s so weird that I’ve gone two years without getting a long text message from him or a neurotic phone call. It’s so weird that it’s been two years.”

Dave said, “Look what Bob gave us. He gave us this. He gave us this moment right here. Always keep this person alive somehow, and that’s what we do. And I think through grief, that’s a really important thing to do is to keep them alive by just talking about them and celebrating them and remembering them. ‘a way they would want you to do it.

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