Waitress Gets $50,000 Tip in Will of Favorite Customer

A waitress at a steakhouse in New York City was shocked to learn that one of her favorite customers had left her a hefty tip in his will -- $50,000.
Maureen Donohue-Peters said Tuesday, "I did not see it coming." She added, "Shocked when I got the call."
The gift came from Robert Ellsworth, a prominent art dealer and ultimate regular at Donohue's, a steakhouse on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
Workers at the restaurant say he was there nearly every day, twice a day, for more than 50 years.
Donohue-Peters said, "He was more than a customer,"He was a dear friend of mine."