A Barista's Classy Move: 5 Great Things This Week Including an incredibly generous firefighter By Newser Editors, Newser Staff Posted Feb 28, 2016 5:16 AM CST 7 comments Comments (Shutterstock) (Newser) – Two people in two very different occupations have one thing in common: the capacity for making an above-and-beyond gesture: Starbucks Worker Goes Extra Mile for Deaf Patron: When Ibby Piracha, who is deaf, went to give his order via text at his usual Starbucks in Virginia, the employee passed him a note to say that she'd learned sign language specifically to help him out. Piracha was so moved, he posted about it online—and found that he wasn't alone in his sentiment. Firefighter Pays Big Utility Bill for Struggling Family: After responding to a medical call at a Detroit home, firefighter Ryan McCuen learned that Christy Stone has five kids, including two teens with muscular dystrophy, one of whom needs a ventilator. Problem: Electricity had been shut off over $1,023 in unpaid bills. Solution: McCuen's remarkable generosity. WWII Hero's Dog Tags Finally Coming Home: More than 70 years after Pfc. Thomas E. Davis was killed in World War II, his family is getting a tangible reminder of him: his dog tags. It's all because of a sharp-eyed cultural historian poking around in a field in Japan—and it's no stretch to say Davis died a hero. Lost Cat Returns Home After 1.4K Miles: It takes about 22 hours to reach Florida by car for a person traveling from Wisconsin. But if you're a cat, the 1,484-mile journey takes closer to two months. At least that's how long it took Nadia, a Russian blue. Of course, details about the journey are a mystery. Dog Hit by Trains (Plural) Still Alive: A 14-month-old puppy is recuperating at home—miraculously—after being hit by multiple trains in Idaho, his family says. A conductor finally noticed him injured on the tracks, and now donations are helping defray big medical bills. Click to read more uplifting news.