Michigan auto repair shop owner delivers lost packages for Christmas

Very little CHUTE, Wisc. — Some Wisconsin homes had been visited by a selfless gift-giver a small early this Christmas year. 

But it wasn’t a jolly old gentleman with a prolonged white beard in a crimson accommodate from the North Pole who came down their chimneys. It was a Minimal Chute automobile repair store owner with a truck full of shed offers at their front door.

Dan Theimer has owned Gracy’s Vehicle Entire body store in Very little Chute for 12 many years. On Dec. 13, a cargo van subcontracted by FedEx was towed to his shop just after it was concerned in an accident that smashed up the van’s front. The van was full of 80 packages en route to be shipped throughout the Fox Valley. 

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Dan Theimer, owner of Gracy's Auto Body, spent three hours delivering 40 packages after a delivery van full of FedEx packages was towed to his business. Theimer is pictured in front of his business Dec. 23 in Little Chute. "It was a small thing to do for me, but it seemed like a big thing to them," he said.

By the time Wednesday rolled about, no 1 from the van organization or FedEx experienced appear to get the deals. Theimer said the subcontractor instructed him: “That’s not our difficulty.”

Theimer, who grew up in the Fox Valley, acknowledged some of the names on the deals, so he arrived at out to the entrepreneurs and advised them their deals were being at his store.