Paul Walker's Father Remembers His Son On The Anniversary Of The Actor's Tragic Death

Walker's legacy also lives on through Reach Out Worldwide, the nonprofit organization he started.

It's hard to believe a year has passed since the tragic death of "Fast & Furious" franchise star, Paul Walker, but this Sunday (November 30), marked just that. And in an interview with E!, the actor's father, Paul Walker III, reminisced about his son and the good work he did.

"Paul just radiated love and you can't fake that," explained his father, Paul Walker III. "He had a really good heart. I thought, 'How did I deserve such a wonderful son?' I feel his presence every day. I miss talking to him a great deal. He had a good heart."

The actor's co-star, Michelle Rodriguez also commemorated the actor on Twitter.

Walker died in 2013 after the car in which the actor was riding crashed into a tree and exploded. Walker III explained that he planned to spend the day at the gravesite with close family. Fond memories — such as the made-up coin game Walker and his father played sometimes — will be shared as the family celebrates Walker's indomitable spirit.

Paul's father recalled that while "he didn't like the limelight," the actor did see some of the potential the benefit of its stardom.

"Paul said one time, 'I really don't like this business, but I can do a lot of good with the money I make,'" his father remembered.

Prior to his death, Paul established an organization called Reach Out Worldwide, a nonprofit organization that helps get aid workers to areas in need during times of national disaster. After Paul's death, his brother Cody took over as CEO for the company.

If you'd like to donate to ROW go here.