Actor Paul Walker, who was best known for his role in The Fast and the Furious films, continues to be remembered as a charitable man who loved his family.

Walker was killed in a car accident on Nov. 30, 2013, leaving behind his daughter Meadow, 16, as well as his father, mother and two brothers.

Family was important to Walker.

"I'm into being a dad," IMDB.com reports Walker as saying. "That's where my focus is most of the time. I'm an actor — that's my job, but it's not my life."

Meadow Walker took to social media Sunday night to pay tribute to her father on the anniversary of his death. The teen posted a photo of a much younger Paul Walker with his daughter. The caption simply stated, "I love you."

Fellow Fast and Furious star Vin Diesel posted a photo on Facebook Sunday in memory of Walker.

"He was a part of so much in my life," Diesel wrote. "He was an important part of my transition into fatherhood ... that healthy family member, with the most positive outlook on life."

Walker's father, Paul Walker III, also opened up about the type of person his son was.

"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 told US Magazine. "Paul just radiated love and you can't fake that. Paul had a really good heart. I thought, 'How did I deserve such a wonderful son?' "

According to the Christian Post, Walker grew up a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Glendale, California. He was not an active Mormon throughout his adult life but remained a Christian. In 2005, Walker addressed his religious upbringing with USA Today and said, "I still hold myself accountable."

Walker founded the non-profit organization Reach Out WorldWide, which provides aid to people in post-disaster situations. The organization continues to fulfill Walker's motto: "When you put good will out there, it's amazing what can be accomplished."

Walker's youngest brother, Cody Walker, runs ROWW.

"I am so lucky to have had him as a big brother," Cody Walker, 26, told the New York Daily News via email Wednesday. "ROWW continues to be, to function, to help others even after our primary contributor, my brother, Paul Walker has passed. I know he would be so stoked to know that. ... ROWW changed his life, and he was so proud of it."

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