Waiters usually have tough jobs. They work hard, and many of them enjoy making new friends. However, they often don’t have much time to talk with customers. But there’s a special waiter named Dylan Tetil who is different.
One day, Dylan did something really nice for a 91-year-old veteran who was eating alone. The old man had forgotten his hearing aid and felt lonely. When Dylan took his order, he knelt down to be closer to the man.
A lady named Lisa was sitting nearby, watching what happened. She heard that the man was 91 years old and a veteran from World War II. He had lost his hearing during the war and felt sorry for talking too much but had no one else to talk to.
Dylan, the young waiter, knelt down to make it easier for them to communicate. He then asked if he could sit and chat with the older man when the food arrived. The man agreed happily, and they had an interesting conversation. The veteran shared stories about his time in the military and his hearing loss.
Lisa shared this heartwarming story on social media, along with a picture. Many people praised Dylan for his kindness. They said that even just 10 minutes of conversation could mean a lot to seniors. People admired the strong connection between the veteran and the waiter, calling them a great team.