Paul Stanley of KISS recently posted a tweet in which he remembered the time he contacted Bob Saget after his friend’s daughter was diagnosed with scleroderma.

Bob Saget was a stand-up comedian, television host, and actor who appeared as Danny Tanner on the sitcom ‘Full House,’ its sequel ‘Fuller House,’ and acted as the voice of narrator Ted Mosby on ‘How I Met Your Mother.’ Recently, he left his fans heartbroken with his passing on January 9.

Saget’s sister, Gay Saget, died from scleroderma three years before his passing. She died at 47 after being diagnosed with the disease at 43 and was misdiagnosed several times throughout this time. Following this tragic incident, the comedian became a Scleroderma Research Foundation board member.

Upon hearing that Bob Saget died, Paul Stanley posted a tweet in which he revealed that he met the comedian when they were both recording audiobooks. The musician then praised Saget’s character portrayals and sense of humor and added that they spent a warm time sharing life stories.

In the following tweet, Stanley recalled the time he called Bob Saget for his friend’s daughter, who was diagnosed with scleroderma. He said he knew about Saget’s sister and the comedian’s involvement with the Scleroderma Research Foundation, and Saget helped his friend without hesitation.

Paul Stanley’s tweet read:

“WOW! Bob Saget is dead. I met him while we were both recording audiobooks. Beyond his character portrayals and sometimes jaw-dropping humor, our time together was warm, sharing stories of our lives. RIP.”

He then continued in the following tweet:

“A friend just reminded me, when his daughter was diagnosed with scleroderma I called Bob. I knew of his involvement with the foundation as that disease had taken his sister’s life. Without hesitating, Bob became a generous and open lifeline for someone he didn’t know. RIP Bob.”

You can check out the tweets below.