Hard-working father’s life changed after working two full-time jobs, walking eight miles to work

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BELMONT, N.H. – In just one week, a New Hampshire man’s life changed.

“He, like, knows my coffee, he knows everybody’s coffee. You just walk in and he’s so personable and he’s so kind,” Joanna Griffiths told NH1.

Griffiths says Kyle Bigler is a familiar face at the Dunkin Donuts in Belmont.

However, his customers at Dunkin Donuts had no clue that his work was far from over when his shift ended.

“On Sundays and Mondays, I do 20 to 21 hour shifts straight,” Bigler said.

Bigler says he would leave his job at the donut shop and walk 8.5 miles to his next job for a night shift.

“There are jobs everywhere, you just have to look,” Bigler said. “I mean, if it’s a problem with someone not having a vehicle, I mean, I walk eight miles.”

Bigler says he works both jobs full-time but only makes minimum wage at each, so he is doing everything he can to see his son and pay his bills.

Griffiths’ post on Facebook took off and was shared more than 20,000 times.

As a result, Bigler received several job offers and even was given a free car from an auto shop.


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