ALASKA: A pizza deliveryman received the delivery tip for life time on Sunday, when preacher heard Dan Krause of Chugach Covenant Church heard that he had fallen on hard times as he was struggling to pay his medical bills.
53-year-old Kenneth Felber reached a local middle school where he was given respect with standing ovation. The pastor called him on the stage and asked what was the best he had ever received. He told that he had been delivering pizza since decades and received only 100 dollars in his life.
The pastor then asked: How does a tip of $1,900 sound?
Mr Dan Krause said, “We don’t have a lot of really wealthy people, what we have is really generous people. I was hoping for $1,000, our congregation put together $1,900 without even knowing this was going to come.”
Kenneth Felber told that the tip left him “glowing” for the whole week.
Earlier last week, Dominoes deliveryman in Indiana got a tip of $1,268 from students at Indiana Wesleyan University. James Gilpin was lucky recipient of inspirational notes, gift cards and a check for $1,268 after a lesson from CEO of Residential Education Keith Newman. CEO taught his 3,000 students to “Do for one what you wish you could do for everyone.”
James Gilpin shared that he will use the surprise money for Christmas presents for his two young children.