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Published: Saturday, Sept. 21 2013 11:07 a.m. MDT

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Sparky908
Yakima, WA

A man of honor. His parents must be proud.

SoCalChris
Riverside, CA

I love stories like this. Thanks for sharing it.

Tators
Hyrum, UT

That employee should definitely be commended, as I'm certain he didn't do it for the attention he received.

But I'm also somewhat saddened that a do-something-good-for-someone-else story like this is considered so exceptional in our society. How much better the world would be if things like this happened all the time... to the point of not being so newsworthy.

But again, I'm glad this young man has been recognized for his good heart and good deed. Hopefully, more people will now follow his example.

tlaulu
Taylorsville, Utah

I can't stop the tears while reading this amazing story. A young man any parent would be proud of. A courageous act of love. We need more stories like this on a daily basis. You just made my day young man.

t702
Las Vegas, NV

Great story! equally great was the act of the other customer who brought the story to the attention of Dairy Queen.

samhill
Salt Lake City, UT

"19-year-old Dairy Queen manager does good deed for blind man"

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The first half of the headline tells you enough about this kid to know he's exceptional.

How many 19 year-olds do you know who are responsible enough to be employed as a manager!!??

Good on'ya Joey!! You're doing good and going places!

Daniel Leifker
San Francisco, CA

I really wish newspapers had more stories like these.

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