How Fedex Drivers Honor Fellow Employee

March 6, 2014
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These heart-warming pictures were shared by a FedEx delivery driver on reddit. They show how hundreds FedEx Express drivers commemorated a fallen fellow employee and friend. They rounded up about 100 trucks to surprise his family by escorting the funeral procession to the cemetery.

What a lovely gesture by them all. I can imagine how proud the family might feel in seeing the respect being paid to their loved one by so many co-workers.

So if you live in Pittsburgh and your package was a bit late last week, then this is probably why. I’d say it’s a worthy reason.

Source: reddit

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