Good Deed: Good Samaritan returns cellphone

Good Deed: Good Samaritan returns cellphone

October 6th, 2013 in Opinion Letters

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My husband surprised me with reservations to Ruth's Chris Steak House! Upon arriving home later that night, my purse opened and I spilled all of the contents out on the street. I retrieved my lipstick, comb and camera. The next morning I found the key to our house and a dime.

Later, that morning my husband got a call from my phone. The caller told him he had found a cellphone on the street and this was the last number that was called. My husband was surprised and delighted.

The person told my husband that he would leave the cellphone in our mailbox. I left a card with a small reward in the mailbox. Later that day we checked the mailbox and there was my cellphone, but he did not take the reward!

Truly, a Good Samaritan saved the day. Bless him!

NANCY EDEN