Chad Turns delivers for UPS in the small town of Dauphin, Pa., And is loved by his customers, said resident Jenny Shickley. When he entered a parking lot for what he thought was a pickup on Tuesday, he was greeted instead by a dozen residents clapping and shouting, “Thanks, Chad!”
“The whole city has had a personal experience with Chad,” said Bryce. “He used to think that a package was a gift and there was a photo on the front. My kids were playing outside so he waited until his shift was over and came back to make sure they didn’t see him.
Turns is well known for his kindness and kindness, even after working long hours during the Covid-19 pandemic, she said, adding that he often left treats for their dogs when delivering packages. .
Shickley hosted the special event after people commented in a group Facebook post about Turns’ good work.
Shickley raised $ 1,000 for Turns in two weeks in the small town of central Pennsylvania. The group gave him a generous gift with a large card signed by members of the community. The city has 800 residents, according to the Census Bureau.
Bryce said Turns took care of them for a year and they wanted to take care of him.
“I am always overwhelmed and it is touching that this community feels so strongly attached to me,” Turns told CNN.
Turns said it’s been a tough year for everyone with the pandemic and said all UPS drivers deserve to be thanked in this way.
Turns added that he would reimburse him by continuing to provide the exceptional service he is known for, which his employer echoed.
“Chad has been a big UPSer and has been delivering to residents of Dauphin for over a decade,” UPS spokesperson Jackie Fajt said in a statement. “Celebrations like this really underscore the bond our drivers have with their customers. We appreciate the fact that UPS drivers like Chad are recognized for the way they move our world forward.