Thanks for posting your story in my “trip” report thread Stacey…
To re-tell my story here, while on the monorail from TTC to Epcot, my wife received the news that her dad had taken a turn for the worse and wasn’t going to last very long. We got off the monorail and went to the corner of the landing to regroup and make phone calls.
The monorail cast member (Michael? Jacob? David? Argh… I just can’t remember) could have just stayed at his post and done his job. Instead, he tentatively approached me and asked if everything was okay. I told him what we had found out, and he immediately offered to help in any way that he could.
When we had regrouped and decided on a plan, I went back to him, thanked him, and told him that we had a plan. He surprised me by asking for my father in law’s name… he wanted to pray for him and our family. I was very touched and shook his hand. As we walked down the monorail ramp, I told my wife and as we looked up to his position his head was bowed and hands clasped together - pretty obviously in prayer.
My f-i-l’s nurses didn’t think we would make it back in time… but we did with 36 hours to spare. My wife credits prayer for this.
I regret not getting his name correct, but I let Disney know about this and hopefully they can figure out who he is.