#8220;Personally, I was here when one lady picked up her layaway,#8221; she said. #8220;When she picked it up, she said she wanted to pay one for a neighbor#8217;s layaway who didn#8217;t have the funds.#8221;
Brenda Hummel, a Walmart assistant manager, worked with the donor on his good deed.
“When customers quietly pay off others’ layaway items, we’re reminded how good people can be,#8221; she said. #8220;The joy that comes from these transactions extends well beyond dollars and cents. We’re honored to be a small part of these random acts of kindness.”
The donor, who wants to remain anonymous, said he did it to brighten the lives of others.
#8220;It was great to be part of his blessing and that he was able to bless others,#8221; she said.
Tara Aston, senior manager of national media relations for Walmart, issued a statement about the generosity in Somerset.