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pic.twitter.com/UEtjQ1f2zS — Zelda Williams (@zeldawilliams) August 12, 2014Zelda's tweet mirrors the late comedian's last Instagram post two weeks ago, where he showed his undying love for his only daughter on her 25th birthday. "#tbt and Happy Birthday to Ms. Zelda Rae Williams! Quarter of a century old today but always my baby girl. Happy Birthday @zeldawilliams Love you!" Williams posted. Williams, who died Monday in suspected a suicide, according to police, is survived by his wife, Susan Schenider, and two other children, Zachary, 31, and Cody, 23. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio
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Williams toured with USO for the first time in 2002, traveling to the Middle East and Europe, performing comedy, meeting troops and signing autographs. “I wanted to go over there to Afghanistan and to those bases to let them know people at home haven’t forgotten them, and also when I get back to tell people not to forget the people there,” he told American Forces Network Europe in a 2002 interview. “I met a lot of great people. It’s incredible.” USO released a statement on the actor’s death. “The entire USO family is saddened by the news of Robin Williams’ passing,” the statement reads. “One of the great comedic actors of his generation, Williams traveled around the world to lift the spirits of our troops and their families. He will always be a part of our USO family and will be sorely missed.” Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel called Williams a “true friend and supporter” of the troops. “From entertaining thousands of service men and women in war zones, to his philanthropy that helped veterans struggling with hidden wounds of war, he was a loyal and compassionate advocate for all who serve this nation in uniform,” Hagel said in a statement. “He will be dearly missed by the men and women of DoD -- so many of whom were personally touched by his humor and generosity.”