Automobile Dealership A «Customer» approaches an employee, who is surprised by what he discovers in the trunk.

1 minute, 27 seconds Read

One Utah widower was on the job at a car dealership when a show of love and support rolled into the service department.

Cassidy Shear endured terrible hardship, but the generosity of friends, family, and strangers kept him afloat.

McKenzie, Shear’s wife, had just given birth to the couple’s fifth child, a handsome son named Ridge. The young mother had a number of health difficulties, including a blood disease. A blood clot took her life just one day after Ridge was born, before she even got the chance to embrace her son.

Shear, who had recently been a widower with five children to care for, swiftly returned to work to pay for his family, get insurance benefits, and ensure he could keep the family house they had recently purchased.

While Shear works full-time at a car dealership, his mom and McKenzie’s mom take turns caring for baby Ridge.

“He has not complained once about all of the responsibility that has been put on his shoulders,” Staci Christensen, McKenzie’s mother, said to FOX 13.

One day, a “customer” pulled up to the dealership during Shear’s shift and said there was something wrong with his truck. The so-called customer — actually a member of the Fox 13 Dream Team — popped open the trunk to reveal a stash of diapers, formula, and other baby supplies.

Shear’s family and friends gathered around and there was one last gift in store for the dad.

Pregnant and overcome with emotion, Krystellina Brown, another member of the Dream Team, presented the father with a red box.

“Enjoy our gift of mortgage payments for the rest of 2019 — compliments of the dream team,” the emotional father read from a note inside the box.

Similar Posts