COLLEEN OBRIEN

Students gift janitor with incredible trip

Jun 29, 2018, 2:59 PM

Herman Gordon has worked as a janitor at Bristol University in the U.K. for more than a decade.

The BBC says students there describe him as one of the most loved members of the staff. In fact, he’s so well liked that when students discovered he wanted to visit his family in Jamaica, but didn’t have the money, they decided to raise the money for him.

They gave him the cold hard cash and caught it on video. You can watch as Gordon realizes what the money is for and is, at first, rendered speechless. He then composes himself and says. “God bless… God bless…”

“I want to thank you for everything… God bless every one of you,” Gordon says as he embraces a student.

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