Vietnam War Veteran Phillip “Paw Paw” Dooley Sr. lost a long-fought cancer battle the Sunday after Thanksgiving and was laid to rest at Fort Custer National Cemetery in Battle Creek, IN. As the 30-car procession traveled 15 miles to the cemetery, the family noticed some cars pulled over to let the procession pass, others sped around the line of cars, but one driver brought the grieving family to tears. They said, “There was a man who actually got out of his car, stood by his driver side door with his head bowed and his hands clasped in front of him for the entire procession. It was the greatest gesture of respect that I’ve ever seen.” Now the family is trying to find that man to say thank you. Someone snapped a photo of the man standing by his car, so they posted the picture on Facebook to try to find him, and in just one day that photo has been shared nearly 4,000 times. Check out the picture and the story. It just goes to show you a small gesture can go a long way, even on the darkest of days.