Jon Chaffin

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"I've amended my will," Katheryn says to Hanna, her long-term employee and confidante. "I just want you to read this."

"Are you dying and I don't know it? Is it cancer?" asks Hanna, alarmed and worried that something very serious has happened to Mrs. Cryer's health that caused her to change her will.

"No, I'm fine," Katheryn reassures her. "We should all be prepared...don't you have a will?"

Hanna responds by telling her former employer that she has no will because she has nothing to will.

"Well, you'll need one after this," Katheryn tells Hanna, handing her the document.

Hanna reads the relevant paragraph and looks up in disbelief. "You're leaving me five million dollars?" she asks Katheryn incredulously. Mrs. Cryer confirms that she is, making sure to add, "and don't tell me you don't accept." Of course, Hanna, being the humble woman she is, tells her she won't accept.

"Hanna, no one in my life has been the kind of rock that you have been for me. You will accept this," Katheryn demands.

"I think this is the kindest thing anyone has ever done for me," Hanna admits. "But, this is one of those things that I hope it takes a long time to get."

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