WILDWOOD CREST, N.J. (WPVI) --On Tuesday, Action News told you about an act of kindness that left a Philadelphia family in tears.
Michael Schultz, the manager of Little Italy Restaurant in Wildwood Crest, picked up the dinner tab for Sarah Renee Langley and her family.
Well, after we brought you the story, Sarah brought the video from our broadcast over to the restaurant to show the very humble Schultz.
They shared another hug over the moment that started it all.
Schultz told them he was touched by the way they cared for their mother, Mary, who suffers from advanced stages of Alzheimer's disease.
He wears a bracelet that says "Pay it forward," because 10 years ago he almost took his own life, but didn't knowing he had more good to give.
Sarah says she is now paying it forward by spreading the message of his kindness and bringing people into his restaurant, to both eat and celebrate good.