Chick-Fil-A has a pretty good track record of putting people and communities ahead of business. One of their restaurants in Griffin, Georgia stepped up again in boss fashion this summer.

Local police officer and father of seven children, Officer Kevin Jordan, was killed in the line of duty in Griffin, Georgia. The Army veteran was attempting to make an arrest at a Waffle House, when he was shot five times in the back and died.

When the owners of the Chick-Fil-A Griffin Dwarf House location found out that the fallen officer’s funeral procession would pass their restaurant, they decided to stop serving customers during this time as a small gesture to Officer Jordan. You can see the suspended service notice they put up below.

While it is but a modest indication that Chick-Fil-A cares about communities, it is an important one to Officer Jordan’s family and friends, as well as the local police force.
Thank you for caring about people like a boss, Chick-Fil-A. RIP Kevin Jordan.