A community is celebrating a man's retirement from his local McDonald's restaurant after working there for more than 33 years.
Daniel Lybrink, who has Down syndrome, is retiring as lobby manager at a McDonald's in Brighton, Michigan, WXYZ reports.
He knew Monday was his last day on the job, but he didn’t know just how many people whole show up to wish him well.
“I’ve been crying all morning,” said Daniel’s caregiver, Molly Wisuri.
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His brother choked up while talking about what Daniel means to him.
“He’s one of the better kids in this whole world,” said his brother, Harry Lybrink.
Daniel said he will be retiring to the beach in Manistique.
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