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"If anyone doubts why anybody would do something like this, all you have to do is see these people smile," he said.

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The doctors and nurses say there may be something therapeutic about Dewey's visits.

One of the baristas, Valerie Edgington, 46, of Waterford, decided last year to create a special debit like card through which people can donate money for coffee runs. She also made T shirts that sell for $20 and stickers ($5) to help spread the word and encourage contributions.

´╗┐area man is cancer patients' coffee angel

Besides, what else would he do with his time and money?

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Her aunt, a cancer survivor, said she offered to tip or pay Dewey, but he refused. "He said, 'Oh no. No money touches my hands.' I Lacoste Polo White

Dewey said bringing coffee isn't just about honoring his dad's wishes. It makes him feel good, too.

"It's my favorite drink," Burdette said. "I love it."

"It's so special it brings tears to your eyes," Burdette said of the coffee visits. "This is so sweet. It really picks you up. It gives Lacoste Polo T Shirts Ebay

Burdette had ordered a hazelnut cappuccino; her aunt ordered a plain latte.

you to the strength to make it through, just knowing the kind of people who are out there. It warms your heart."

why that guy in white shorts and a gray sweatshirt is holding up the line buying so many cups of lattes, cappuccinos, espressos, strawberry smoothies, and, oh yeah, somebody wanted hot chocolate.

"He never asked for anything special," Edgington said. "He just came in every Thursday ordering all these different drinks. Finally, I asked him what he was doing, and I wanted to help."

Dan Dewey started his weekly runs when his dad was a patient in the center in 2007. And he continues even though his dad died at age 87 in 2008.

Burdette was at the center on a recent Thursday with her aunt, Sharon Ralston, 68, who was in from Palm Coast, Fla., helping to care for her. She has Stage 4 cancer five brain tumors and a spot on her lung. She was diagnosed in July.

"I don't smoke or drink or gamble," said Dewey, who is single and has no children. "All I do is run marathons and this." He ran his 27th marathon last month when he did the Detroit Free Press/Talmer Bank Marathon.

PONTIAC, Mich. every Thursday the same day he usually took his dad for chemotherapy treatment Dan Dewey is at the cancer unit of St. Joseph Mercy Oakland hospital in Pontiac, taking coffee orders.

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His dad had cancer, but the cancer didn't kill him. He conquered cancer twice. Dewey swears he died of a broken heart, just a few months after the passing of his wife of 62 years, Mary Jane Dandison Dewey. He simply lost the will to fight a third bout with cancer after his high school sweetheart died.

See, when his dad was dying, he told him to keep getting drinks for the chemo patients. The coffee warmed his body and his soul.

But the sweet essence of his heart lives on in Dan's Coffee Run.

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don't think he's a man. I think he's an angel."

Sharon Donley, 68, of Port Huron was at the center getting treatment for a recurrence of ovarian cancer. She remembers Dewey from when she was treated in the past and was pleased to see he's still making his weekly rounds at the unit. She ordered a plain decaf latte.

Oncologist Rajan Krishnan, the doctor who treated Dewey's dad, said the visits remind him of times gone by in his native India, when people stopped by simply to share a cup of tea or coffee. Doing so showed people they mattered.

Dan Dewey, 65, a retired educational broadcasting operator for Birmingham Public Schools, used to pay for the drinks averaging about $50 a trip out of his own pocket before a Starbucks staffer stepped in.

"He just brings a smile Fred Perry Polo Dress Black to your face," Donley said. "It's such a wonderful thing to do for the patients. He brings you coffee, and he makes you laugh. It's such a wonderful thing to know that there's someone who doesn't even know you who cares. It makes a difference because when you're here, you're always a little nervous. And then you have this pleasant familiar experience."

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And when the complainers find out, well, they fall silent. And some of them put money down to help cover the costs.

Everyone knows to expect him: the staff and patients at the hospital, as well as the folks at Starbucks, where workers have come to fill Dewey's orders so efficiently, they rarely get complaints from customers anymore.

"It's definitely a mood lifter, and a positive attitude is beneficial for any patient going through cancer treatment," said Kathy Courtney, oncology nurse and unit manager.

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Patients such as Mechelle Burdette, 45, of Eastpointe appreciate that.

Dewey buys the coffee for cancer patients every Thursday because his dad, Edgar Dewey, told him to.

Now there's usually enough money on the card to cover the costs, but when there isn't, Dewey goes back into his own pockets.

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