'Happy Days' Cast Reunites to Honor Erin Moran -- See the Sweet Photo

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Erin Moran's TV family is honoring her life.

Several members of the Happy Days cast gathered for a mini reunion on Tuesday to pay respect to their former co-star after her death last month.

Marion Ross, who played Moran's on-screen mom, tells ET that she, Scott Baio, Anson Williams, Don Most, Cathy Silvers and Ron Howard gathered at Ross' Woodland Hills, California, home, known as the "Happy Days Farm," where they reminisced about the late actress, in what was not a formal memorial service.

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Henry Winkler, who played Fonzie on the iconic show, was unable to attend due to filming of Barry, the actor's upcoming HBO project with Bill Hader.

Ross revealed that everyone shared stories and memories of Moran, adding that it seemed to be a fitting way to honor her.

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Baio shared a picture from the reunion to Twitter on Tuesday, writing, "Celebrating the life of #ErinMoran #HappyDaysFamily @RealRonHoward @most_don @Singing2Bulldog."

Moran was found dead on April 22 at age 56, likely due to complications from stage 4 cancer, the Harrison County Sheriff's Department and the Harrison County Coroner's Office said in a joint statement last month.

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"I am just devastated to hear about Erin's passing," Ross told ET at the time. "She was so cute and bright and great on the set of our show. We would send her off to school and she would come back to the set and pick right up on what she had to do! She was so adaptable, so talented. She got cuter and cuter every year! In 2007, dear Florence Henderson and her daughter, Susan, Erin and I christened the Love Boat cruise ship in Athens, Greece. Again, I am devastated, but I will always remember Erin."

Watch the video below for more on the beloved actress' death.

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