After hearing about her triplet grandsons, a couple tipped a bartender $300. What happened next? Find out.

After talking to a sympathetic couple and other customers at the First and Last Chance Bar on April 30, 2016, a 48-year-old North Dakota bartender received much-needed support.

The husband and wife’s kindness shocked the woman, who had only heard of such deeds. More about the bartender and the couple’s generosity.


Lisbon, North Dakota grandma Shiela Weisgerber reared Bentley, Dalton, and Ashton since they were two months old.

The woman’s 30-year-old daughter, a single mother with a toddler, couldn’t handle three children. The boys’ father died in a vehicle crash months earlier. Weisgerber stated:

“She tried, and when the boys were two months, she said she couldn’t do it, so I stepped in and offered to raise the boys.”

The grandmother struggled to raise the triplets, but she gradually enjoyed watching them develop. If she could, Weisgerber would do it again.

Since October 2015, the North Dakota native told customers about her grandsons. Finally, on April 30, 2016, her kind words about the triplets helped her.
Two customers overheard the bartender talking about her family. Weisgerber informed ABC News that her grandsons were triplets. The husband and wife used the information well.

They left Weisgerber $300 and a letter saying, “Take care of those boys!!” Bartender was in awe. she said:

I was stunned. I looked again. You read and hear about it, wondering, “Is that true?” Do people do that?”

What followed?

Weisgerber cried loudly in the bathroom after realizing it was genuine. The couple’s charity moved her.

The grandmother shared her experience on Facebook. The pair’s goodwill moved many, including pub owner Dave Cole Jr.
He divulged many unpleasant things, yet the generosity brightened the bar. The couple also convinced him that good people still exist.

Weisgerber’s story should motivate everyone to love and help others, no matter how small.

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