SWAT officer Steven Smith’s funeral was recently held in Columbus, Ohio. People came from all over the country to pay their respects. How easy it is to clean record albums?
After the event, nine of Jessica Dunbar’s fellow officers went to a nearby Red Robin to get some food. When they got there, they were already sitting in her section. Jessica went over to their table because she noticed that the officers were in a sad mood. She asked them if they had a hard day. The answer they gave was…
One person said, “It’s always going to be a hard day when you have to bury a brother.”
At that moment, she found out that the officers had just been to the funeral that had gotten a lot of attention.
The officers didn’t know that their server had lost a loved one while serving their country in the military, which was a very scary thing to go through. She saw how hard it was for her mother to get through each day knowing that her father, who was also a police officer, might not come home after a shift. Her father also worked for the police.She knew that she had to do something to properly honor the person who had recently died.
When they looked at the bill, which was for 123 dollars, and saw that it had already been paid, they were shocked. Before they turned the bill over and looked at the other side, they didn’t know who had picked up the check.
Dunbar said, “I just wanted to do something nice,” to explain why he did what he did. Bringing happiness to someone else’s life is impossible to put a price on.
What an amazing story of what happened!