Maryland Chick-Fil-A Manager Is A Saint

In a country filled with anger and violence, there are still good people out there who do truly incredible things for their fellow citizens.

A manager of a Maryland Chick-fil-A has proved he’s willing to go above and beyond for his customers, even helping one elderly patron in the most unlikely of ways.

Daryl Howard, 29, was working at the franchise in Severn on Thursday when a regular customer by the name of Mr. Lee walked in and asked for assistance after his car sustained a flat tire.

Lee, a 96-year-old World War II veteran, visits regularly for a chicken biscuit and a coffee – but on this occasion he was in much more distress after barely making it to the restaurant. ‘He was shaking, almost in tears,’ another manager by the name of Rudy Somoza [said].

Howard was only too happy to help his elderly client change the tire, telling Somoza to tend to the tills while he went outside to the parking lot.

I’ve patronized Chick-Fil-A countless times, and every time I’ve been there, the employees treat people with respect. Despite what the the leftists claim, Chick-Fil-A is a quality company, run by quality people.

5 thoughts on “Maryland Chick-Fil-A Manager Is A Saint

  1. I agree with you 100%, Wyatt. And you often hear heartwarming stories about them and their employees. I know they helped feed the first responders, etc during the floods here this spring when the Hesco barriers failed and downtown flooded in a matter of minutes.


  2. A quality fast food place, with quality people working there. I patronize them whenever I can (hard to do these days, but I will when I return stateside).


  3. Bar none, the best fast food on the market. I remember going to Chick-Fil-A day a few years ago. The line was hundreds of people long and everyone was cordial and polite and we all had a great time. Then, when we got to order, all the people were great too.


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