This Boy Loses Soldier Dad – 15 Yrs Later, Stranger at Door Tells Mom, Son to Come Outside. Watch the video

Some things have so much more value because of where they came from. A personal item that doesn’t mean much to one person may be very important to another because it used to belong to a loved one who has passed away. The video below tells the story of a veteran’s family from Moore, Texas.

First Lieutenant Jonathan Rosier of the Army died in an accident in 2003. His son Justin was only nine months old, and as he grew up, he loved anything that used to belong to his dad. When Justin was almost old enough to drive, he decided he would like to have one of his dad’s cars.

It didn’t matter which one, as long as it had belonged to his dad before. Jessica, Justin’s mom, sold the 1999 Toyota Celica that Justin’s dad drove a long time ago, so she went to Facebook to look for the car.

The post was sent to Kyle Fox in Pleasant Grove, Utah, who not only found it but also fixed it up for Justin. Then, to surprise Justin on his 15th birthday, he drove it thousands of miles from Utah to Texas. I don’t know what to say about this man’s kindness. Watch the movie below and let us know what you think by leaving a comment on Facebook.

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