94-Year-Old Supermarket Bagger Gets Laid Off, who was one of many employees to have a part-time, surprised by an unexpected gift when he went to get his final paycheck.
Arthur St. John, worked as a bagger at the store for 22 years, received his lucky check for $7,166 from an online campaign.
When some customers heard he was told that he is not be able for work anymore, she and her teenage son, Christian, created an online fundraiser to help him out. They never expected it would raise thousands.
Regarding the service, he provided while bagging their purchases, Many customers donated to St. John’s fund.
“I’ve been shopping at the Stratham store just a few years longer than you’ve been working there and I’ve always enjoyed seeing you and appreciate your courtesy.”
“It is always a joy to see Arthur at the end of the conveyor belt. He is always so sweet to my little son.”
“Arthur cried two or three times. He was very appreciative,” said assistant store director Dean Clevesy. The money will help St. John pay his bills, but he still wants to get back to work.
And that’s what really happens, Arthur St. John again as a bagger at Market Basket…watch the video Below!