BOCHUM, GERMANY – MARCH 17: Actor Paul Walker attends the europe premiere of ‘The Fast and the Furious 4’ at UCI cinema world at Ruhrpark on March 17, 2009 in Bochum, Germany. (Photo by Florian Seefried/WireImage)

Paul Walker’s brother Cody is reflecting on his brother’s legacy, 10 years after Paul tragically died in a car crash while filming Fast and Furious 7.

“Paul did not realize the impact that he made on those around him,” Cody told People in a story published Monday (November 20th). “The sound guy, the prop guy, a PA, everybody over the course of these months would want to share a story about Paul,” he said, referring to those working on Walker’s final film.

“‘Dude, your brother, instead of eating his meals in his trailer, he’d get in line with the rest of us.’ ‘He sat down with me on the curb right over there, and we ate lunch one time.’ ‘Your brother’s the nicest guy in the world,'” Cody recalled.

“He treated everybody the same. It really meant a lot to hear these different stories from these people that I had never even met before talking about these wonderful memories that they made with Paul,” he added.

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