Father wants apology from restaurant
I am writing about a problem with the manager of the Buckeye Lake Taco Bell. My daughter is a shift manager there. In August, we lost her mother and we had a memorial service for her on Sept. 1. It would have been her 62rd birthday.
The manager made my daughter work that day. When she called to say she might be a little late, the manager told her to hurry up and get to work.
I don't know anyone who would feel like working on the day of a memorial service for a parent. She also had to work when I had an operation in June.
At your suggestion, I called the district manager. I asked for a letter of apology to our family. She promised to get back to me, but that didn't happen.
Chris Stapleton Hebron