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For over thirty years the owners of Donut City in Seal Beach, California, stood side by side selling their sweet treats until they ran out for the day. Earlier this year, the wife of the pair, Stella Chhan, had an aneurysm and has been away from the store. Her husband John leaves every day to spend time with her.
Their customers are making sure that he can get away early every day.
California doughnut shop customers are buying sweets in bulk every morning so the owner can sell off his inventory and close early to spend time with his ailing wife….
“She can talk, she can write,” Chhan told CBS News. “Right now she’s trying to start… eat something.”
Chhan closes up shop once he sells out of his product and rushes to a rehabilitation facility to spend as much time as possible with his wife. Once faithful customers got wind of what happened to Stella, they banded together to help the family.
“Days went by and I just couldn’t get it out of my head,” Dawn Caviola told the Orange County Register. “So I thought, if enough people would buy a dozen doughnuts every morning, he could close early and go be with his wife.”
The Chhan’s turned down a GoFundMe page to help them with their expenses. Caviola, though, could not let the Chhan’s have to spend so much time apart, and so she came up with the idea of just buying out the shop every morning so that John could leave and spend time with Stella.
The response was immediate. The shop has been sold out of goods by noon every day, and on some days three hours earlier than usual, according to the Register.
Last weekend, so many customers turned out Chhan said he “was able to leave at 10.”
“We are so thankful,” Chhan told the newspaper.