Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-07-22 00:29:09 –
“People love to come here just to meet Smith, because Smith is always in a good mood and willing to do whatever you want,” said customer and friend Dave Jarvis. It was.
Sundayger’s mom says he’s only wanted to work in the subway.
Last year the restaurant he worked for closed and he needed someone to give him another chance. Earlier this year, Subway’s Bock did.
“Especially Smith just illuminates people. When people are around him, they just smile. You can’t help it,” Bock said.
At the age of 39, he had to walk to the bus stop to work on a two-hour shift.
“I like it just because it’s sociable,” Sandager said.
His mom, Susie, said he wanted him to have the full experience that life could bring, and any family who learned that their child had Down Syndrome should be excited about it.
“I’m sad because I don’t know what they’re losing. I would have been that person. I didn’t know anything about it, but in retrospect I’m very happy to have him,” Susie said. Told.
And so are all those who have a bright day.
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