Fans remember Robin Williams at museum tribute almost a year after actor’s death

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HOUSTON, TX -  The National Museum of Funeral History is remembering Robin Williams with a special exhibit for the rest of the month.  August 11 will mark one year since the actor's death.

Houston's David Born is the premier Robin Williams impersonator in the nation, and he performed for guests at the museum as the exhibit debuted on Saturday.

"We still miss him, but now people are ready to experience more of his work and get an opportunity to see folks like me pay homage to this guy that meant so much to so many," Born said.

The museum added the actual hiking boots Williams wore in the movie "RV" to its "Thanks for the Memories" exhibit on Saturday.