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Dying wish: 95 Random Restaurant Servers to Receive $500 Tips


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August 1, 2012


Aaron Collins didn’t die a wealthy man, but he has left behind a legacy of kindness that has touched countless hearts across the nation. After Collins unexpectedly passed away on July 7, his brother, Seth, found a copy of his will that included the young man’s final wish: Go out for pizza and give the waiter or waitress a $500 tip. The request was one Seth Collins wanted to honor, but there was a slight problem. Aaron didn’t leave behind enough money to make his wish a reality, so Seth created a website called Aaron’s Wish to tell his brother’s story and accept donations....


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