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Deaf Waiter Sees 'World Of New Possibilities'

Deaf News: Although Noah Wimberly has proven himself to be a skillful waiter, he plans to retire soon from the food service industry.

LAFAYETTE, LA -- The News Star: Read on to learn more about his drive and the next adventure on the horizon. Those who work closest with Noah Wimberly at Social Southern Table & Bar say that he is highly competitive, able to communicate better than most and has more personality in his little finger than most people have in their entire bodies.

Customers of the Lafayette restaurant request Wimberly as their server more than any other. They say it is Wimberly’s attentive service that impresses them. It is his smile they remember long after the meal. They call him brave, an inspiration.

Although Wimberly was born Deaf, he sees nothing brave about working hard to earn money, attend college and achieve independence. He’s just living his life the best way he knows how.

Jody Ferguson, a partner of Social Southern Table & Bar and the former franchise owner for Acadiana’s Casa Ole locations, remembers well when his manager of the Opelousas Casa Ole location suggested Wimberly, now 28, try his hand at waiting tables.

He told Ferguson that Wimberly, who was about 19 at the time, had worked every other position beginning as a busboy and dishwasher and working his way up to a line cook and even temporary head chef. He first worked at the Lafayette location of Casa Ole, then helped to open the Opelousas location.

“I’ve got to be honest,” Ferguson said. “I was very hesitant. I was very nervous. I didn’t want to set him up for failure. I was nervous in how he would handle it and how others would respond to him.”

But Wimberly’s manager, Armando Perry, didn’t give up.

“I just believe there is nothing that Noah can’t do,” Perry said. “He’s one of those people that once he’s got something in his mind, he’s going to accomplish it. I was just certain that he would just get out there and do well. Oddly enough, I had no doubt that he would be a great server.” ... Read more at The News Star.
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