Here’s what beloved TV dad Bob Saget’s gravestone says

The grave of comic Bob Saget lastly has a gravestone befitting of the beloved “Full House” star almost 10 months after his sudden demise.

In Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles, the gravestone bears Saget’s full title, 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 pictures revealed by the Every day Mail.

“He brought people together and made them laugh. A very great man,” it says.

The gravestone, in fact, additionally contains Saget’s date of delivery (Could 17, 1956) and the date of his demise on Jan. 9, 2022 — the night time he was discovered useless in his Orlando, Fla., lodge room between stops on his stand-up comedy tour.

The “How I Met Your Mother” voice actor died of head trauma after unintentionally hitting his head, his household mentioned a month later, and Orange County Sheriff’s Workplace investigators discovered no proof of foul play or drug use.

Condolences from all around the world poured in for the revered comic, who rose to fame taking part in the last word TV dad on the Nineteen Eighties 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 occurred at West Hollywood’s vaunted Comedy Retailer in January was changed into a Netflix comedy particular known as “Dirty Daddy,” which started streaming in June.