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Hardworking Teacher Left Sobbing After Parents of Student Gift Her Brand New Car

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Life without a car is most often quite difficult, depending on where you’re going.

When you have a specific destination each day, lack of transportation is a serious hinderance in your life.

Take Alabama teenager Corey Patrick, for example. Patrick lived 10 miles from his high school Torrant High.

That distance would normally not be an issue, except for the fact that he had to wake up at 4:30 each morning to take a 90-minute bus ride to school.

When a local radio personality learned that Patrick had to run to catch the bus to his own graduation, he gifted the teen with a brand new car.

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Similarly, when Courtney Adeleye and her husband found out that their daughter’s teacher took the bus every single day to get to work, Adeleye knew she had to do something about it.

“When my husband had mentioned her and her situation, it was like something just kind, came over me,” Adeleye said.

With teaching being a job that requires dedication to students’ emotions, talents and success, Adeleye recognized this dire need for this teacher’s transportation, as well as her extreme patience and dedication to getting to work.

In a video captured by her 11-year-old daughter, Adeleye and her family met up with her daughter’s teacher, prepping her for the glorious gift she was about to receive.


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“You want to come outside?” Adeleye asked her as she led her outdoors.

“You’re kidding, right?” the teacher replied.

As the group headed outside, a brand new white car with a blue blow sat in a parking spot for the determined teacher.

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Adeleye handed her the keys as the teacher wept and endlessly thanked them for their generosity.

“I don’t even know what to say,” the teacher cried.

According to Lailas News, Courtney Adeleye described success as “giving to those without expectation,” as she posted on her Instagram.

“She’s like legit the sweetest person you would ever want to meet!!!” Adeleye wrote in her post.

Now another dedicated human will not have to worry about getting to work and back, all thanks to one person’s generosity.

Thank you to this wonderful family for their thoughtfulness and selflessness! And thank you to this teacher for her dedication and perseverance!

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Erin Shortall is an editorial intern for The Western Journal. She is currently finishing her Bachelor's Degree at Grove City College. She has a passion for homeless ministry in her home city of Philadelphia, PA.
Erin Shortall is an editorial intern for The Western Journal. She is currently finishing her Bachelor's Degree at Grove City College. She has a major in English, minors in both Writing and Communication Studies, and a Technical Writing concentration. She is currently working on designing and writing a book of poetry to financially support a new homeless ministry of Grove City, PA called Beloved Mercy Ministry. In her spare time, she loves to sing, play piano, exercise, traverse cities, and find the cutest coffee shops. She also has a passion for homeless ministry in her home city of Philadelphia, PA.
Birthplace
Philadelphia, PA
Honors/Awards
Scholarship of Academic Achievement and Moral Character
Education
Grove City College
Location
Grove City, PA
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
Topics of Expertise
Visual Design, Document Design, Technical Communication, Literature, Computer Ethics




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