In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a family honors their beloved with a generous visit to Dairy Queen. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.
A beloved family doctor from Chaska, Minnesota, loved his patients and his ice cream.
When he died, to honor his memory, his family visited their pop's favorite Dairy Queen and gave $200 to pay for everybody's treat, a sweet reminder of the man they loved.
Then, the people who received that free ice cream, paid it forward, too. Customers spent $700 for everybody for the entire day.
In a great coincidence, the Dairy Queen clerk was Joey Prusak. He's the young manager who saw a customer steal a blind man's money, and refused to serve her unless she gave it back. When she wouldn't, he dipped into his own pocket to help and Warren Buffet called him with praise.