Williams has reportedly been working full-time at the Waffle House to earn money toward school.
"He was like, 'My hands are not functioning too well.' He needed me to cut his food".
Evoni Williams was pictured by Waffle House customer Laura Wolf, who uploaded the touching scene to Facebook.
Evoni Williams was working at the Waffle House when she noticed a customer, a regular who had recently undergone surgery and was using an oxygen tank, was having trouble cutting up his ham.
It was last week when an old man named Adrian Charpentier asked for help to chop his ham because his hands were deprived of strength by some illness.
A 18-year-old US girl gained unexpected appreciation and a surprise after she gave "extra help" to an elderly man in the restaurant she was working. As of Sunday, more than 130,000 people had reacted to the Facebook post and almost 7,000 have shared it.
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Wolf told KHOU, "It was so busy in here, and she actually took the time to stop and hear what he had to say instead of walking past him".
"I didn't know the photo was taken until a couple hours later", Williams told The Houston Chronicle. "That just meant something to me", Wolf said in an interview.
Officials at Texas Southern University heard about the good dead and presented her with a $16,000 college scholarship along with counseling to determine her higher education opportunities.
Even better? Folks at Texas Southern University aren't the only ones paying attention to Evoni.
"Somebody tagged me and it immediately, it just touched my heart", he said. But on this particular day a customer waiting to be seated caught the gentle gesture between Williams and Charpentier on her smartphone and uploaded it to her Facebook page. "It's so wonderful that the younger generation cares about the older generation". "And I did", Williams told USA Today.