Pay heed ladies, after reading this today you'll want to come across a repairman who will win your hearts like no one before.
The person you're about to meet is someone who knows how to respect women and do things which prove to be the greatest gestures one can ever show. Forget about the gifts that were presented to you by your significant others or the hollow words you thought would turn true someday.
This repairman from Betlyn Heating and Cooling company did something so generous which not only showed his respect for women but even for those soldiers' families who serve their countries when deployed overseas, leaving their wives alone to take care of children.
The following story you're about to read is about one of the National Guard's wife who was alone at the house and was facing problems with the house furnace. This is what happened on one fine day.
Bridget Stevens who is the mother of two kids returned to her house in Pittsburgh, and found the furnace went defunct.
Her husband works for the National Guard and wasn't at home, so she tried to solve the problem. She knew that because of insufficient funds she'll not be able to afford the repair service. After being incapable of doing anything on her own, she called Betlyn Heating and Cooling.
Stevens called Betlyn Heating and Cooling company based in Pennsylvania to get the furnace repaired. She was in dire need because the weather was chilly at 50 degrees celsius.
The call coincidentally was received by the owner Paul Betlyn and he tried to resolve the problem on phone but failed. Ultimately, he came to her house for repairing it.
Paul was in the business for more than 30 years and was able to fix it fast. While Paul was repairing it, Bridget had a short chat with him. During the course of talks, she told him about her husband working for the National Guard who was deployed overseas.
Normally, a service like that costs $150 but after knowing that her husband Paul was deployed overseas to do service for his country; this is what Paul did next.
When Bridget was handed over the bill, it said "Deployment Discount" with only $1 charged for the service and according to ABC News, Betlyn said that the $1 was a joke. He also told Bridget to thank her husband for his service.
Bridget Stevens was taken aback. "I was completely overwhelmed and in shock when Paul handed me the slip."
Paul also couldn't express much. "I didn't really know what to say, and I still have a hard time finding the words to truly express my appreciation," Paul said.
In a video of ABC News when asked about the kind gesture, Paul Betlyn said, "My grandfather was a milkman during the Great Depression and many times he'd go to the door and the woman didn't have any money for milk. But the baby was crying in the background. So he'd put the milk on the table. And when I heard about Bridget with her husband being deployed...I put the milk on the table".
Bridget Stevens said, "When I tried to give him money, he said that the $1 was a joke, and to thank my husband for his service. So, thanks, Paul Betlyn. My house is nice and warm thanks to you."
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