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These days you’re always hearing complaints about poor airline customer service, but one 7-year-old boy would strongly disagree. Cole Holzer from Casselton, ND, was distraught after a recent Delta flight from Fargo to San Diego, CA. See Cole doesn’t go anywhere without the worn-out Nike shirt that belonged to his dad, who died two years ago in a freak accident. But in the rush to leave the plane, Cole accidentally left the shirt behind, and the family didn’t realize it until they were already driving away from the airport. "I started to cry a little bit," Cole told a local TV station. Family friend Kelly Cruchet called Delta’s 800 number and explained the situation and the airline employees took action. One called over to the San Diego airport looking for the shirt, but the plane the Holzer’s were on had already left for Minneapolis. Then Kelly called Delta’s Lost and Found, and another employee named Vicki said she’d checked with the cleaning crew. Meanwhile, Kelly used social media to see if anyone would meet the plane in Minneapolis to see if the shirt was onboard, and that request was seen by a Delta pilot, who contacted said he’d contact the gate. By that time, Vicki had called Kelly back to say that the cleaning crew did not find the shirt, but the search didn’t end there. Vicki called again awhile later asking for the family’s names, flights and seats because a Delta ramp supervisor said he’s start looking for the shirt in the garbage. And then thirty minutes later, they called back with the news that the shirt had been found. In a letter to the airline, Kelly wrote, “I want to thank all involved today for what they did for this little boy they had never met – as a friend stated, 'Delta allowed a daddy to still be there for his little boy'…even if he can't be with him on earth. You all went so far above and beyond and the statement I made to Vicki goes to all of you: YOU ARE MY FAVORITE PEOPLE I HAVE NEVER MET!" Think about that the next time you whine about not getting a pillow.