Latter-day Saint cancer survivor and seminary janitor Cheryl Stewart is always working. Whether she's working as a lunch lady for Teton High School in Driggs, Idaho, cleaning the school's seminary building, or cleaning the U.S. Forest Service Building, Stewart spends most of her time working.
Stewart's husband is recovering from a recent battle with cancer in addition to struggling with lupus, a crippling autoimmune disease, and Stewart is currently the sole provider for their family.
But despite her busy work schedule, Stewart also finds time to serve others by baking rolls for the all the funerals in her valley.
So when her car engine died, her community decided to pull together and give her a special gift for Christmas. And Stewart's reaction will leave you in tears. Watch the video from East Idaho News below: