The former child stars who gave Americans a sugary dose of sitcom escapism on "The Brady Bunch" posted tributes in honor of their beloved TV mom Florence Henderson, who died Thursday night.
Henderson, 82, died of heart failure in her Los Angeles home while surrounded by her family and friends, her manager said.
Between 1969 to 1974, Henderson was known as Carol Brady, the "lovely lady" and lively mother of three daughters who wed a widower and created one big blended family with his three sons.
The actors and actresses who grew up with Henderson as their TV matriarch responded to her death with heartbreak and sadness on social media.
Maureen McCormick, who played eldest daughter Marsha, tweeted:
You are in my heart forever Florence💕 pic.twitter.com/PABCuPubA2— Maureen McCormick (@MoMcCormick7) November 25, 2016
Eve Plumb, who played middle daughter Jan, tweeted:
— Eve Plumb (@Therealeveplumb) November 25, 2016
Susan Olsen, who played the youngest daughter Cindy, wrote:
Barry Williams, who played the eldest son Greg, tweeted:
Deeply saddened. Florence was one of the most gracious people I have ever known, Proud to call her Mom and life long friend. #RIPFlorence— Barry Williams (@MrBarryWilliams) November 25, 2016
Christopher Knight, who played middle son Peter, tweeted:
I grieve for the passing of my dear friend, Florence. Privileged to have known her and the kindness of her heart. She will be missed. RIP pic.twitter.com/Wu1ujaycHW— Christopher Knight (@ChrisKnightHome) November 25, 2016
Michael Lookinland, who played youngest son Bobby, told the New York Daily News on Friday that he was still "shocked and amazed" by Henderson's death.
"She was the kind of person that is just great to be around. Just to be in the same room with her was a pleasure. You can't say that about most people," Lockinland told the newspaper. "She was just 100 percent fun and professional."