Sunshine House looks to return WWII ring

A World War II veteran’s ring was believed to be mistakenly donated to the Sunshine House Resale Store in Sturgeon Bay.  Resale Director Nancy McClellan found the ring last Friday while clearing out items to be thrown away.  Director of sales and marketing at the Sunshine House Jeremy Paszczak says the goal is to get the ring back to the rightful person.  He says the discovery of the ring is a story in itself.



The ring was probably dropped off with other jewelry or clothing last Thursday or Friday.  Paszczak says the sterling silver ring with the World War II veteran logo will remain at the Sunshine House for the time being.  Hopes are still to return it to the rightful owner.  If it goes unclaimed, Paszczak says the ring will probably go to a veteran’s organization in the area.  




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