“My pride is strong,” he told CNN. “Whatever she needs, I’m the person who is supposed to provide it for her.”
When he showed up, his stoic face gave way to disbelief and then a grateful smile as his coworkers handed him keys to a new car.
“I was emotionally moved. My heart just fell,” the young worker recalled.
When Lewis began working at the UPS facility, he had no means of getting to and from work.
“I was banking on my feet,” he said.
So every morning, he walked, and kept most of his colleagues in the dark about his pre-dawn journey.
But every large workforce has that one “queen bee” who knows all and sees all.
For Trenton Lewis, that was Patricia “Mama Pat” Bryant.
“She was like a second mom,” Lewis said. “She actually got upset with me when she found out I was walking to work.”
Bryant and her husband, Kenneth, have both put …