Customers in a California donut shop are happy to do as they can to help the shop owner and wife, who recently had an aneurysm.
John and Stella Chhan staffed the counter at Donut City in Seal Beach for several years before her last health issue occurred, KCBS reported.
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John, whose wife recovers at a rehab center, returns to her side daily when the shop's donut supply expires, according to the withdrawal. And his customers are said to have joined up to buy their goods so that he can close up the store as quickly as possible.
"Come and support this man's donuts," said a customer, reported KCBS. "He's a big man, big deal."
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Followers of the effort have shared the Chhans story and encourage people to buy donuts at the dozen, KCBS reported.
"I appreciate it very well," said a grateful John to Fox 1[ads1]1 about the community's donut dedication and support.
For her wife, she seems to be doing and "doing better," he added.