Bob Bradshaw is an 88-year-old from Omaha, Nebraska. He spent 30 years in active duty and saw the likes of Korea and Vietnam. He retired with the title of Lieutenant Colonel and persisted to sport a licence plate that read, “disabled American veteran” as well as a bronze star decal.

One afternoon while Bradshaw was finished visiting the dentist, he approached his car and noticed a white envelope on the windshield. He opened the envelope to find $20 along with a note that read, “Thank you so much for your service to our country. I appreciate all you have contributed to make the USA great. Please enjoy a meal on me. I know it isn’t much but I hope it helps you out! A friend.”

The message absolutely moved Bradshaw to tears and prompted him to respond by saying, “There’s a lot of good people out there.”

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