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Bob Saget’s Funeral Attended by ‘Full House’ Cast: Olsen Twins and More: ‘It Was a Perfect Goodbye’

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Saying goodbye. Many of Bob Saget’s circle of celebrity friends attended his funeral procession less than one week after his death.Saget — who was best known for his role of Danny Tanner on Full House — was honored by many of his former costars, including John Stamos, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Lori Loughlin and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.

Many of the stars were photographed entering the funeral home on Friday, January 14. Stamos, 58, and Coulier, 62, even served as pallbearers during the procession.“There were lots of tears, of course, but so much laughter too.

It was a perfect goodbye to Bob,” a source exclusively told Us Weekly about the service. “Now, there is a celebration of life memorial at [Full House creator] Jeff Franklin’s house.”Us previously confirmed that Saget’s family would host a private memorial on Friday.

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