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The customer, a Waffle House regular, had recently undergone surgery and was using an oxygen tank. Per KHOU, Wolf happened upon the La Marque restaurant on a morning when 18-year-old Evoni Williams, a recent high school graduate, was working one of her shifts, trying to scrape together funds to pay for college.

While Williams cut the food, Laura Wolf, who was sitting nearby, snapped a photo and posted it on Facebook.

"I had no coordination feeling or strength in my hands", he said.

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She's been working there since graduating high school, saving up for college, KTRK reported.

The La Marque mayor is honoring Williams for her act of kindness. Even though she was extremely busy, she didn't hesitate.

'This may seem small to him, I'm sure it was huge.

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'Your act of gratitude and your act of service to someone else is exactly the type of student that we want at Texas Southern University, ' Wendell Williams, assistant to the principal, said as he handed the teen the $16,000 check. Despite the attention, she said she felt it was the right thing to do. Williams said she was surprised by the outpouring of praise for her act of kindness.

A young Waffle House waitress received a $16,000 scholarship after a photo of her helping an elderly customer went viral. "I was raised to help and try to give blessings".

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