World War II veterans ring returned to daughter

A mistakenly donated World War II veteran's ring was rightfully returned to the proper owner who reclaimed it earlier this week.  Denise Chenevert of Sturgeon Bay first became aware of her father's ring last Friday after seeing a post on Facebook by the Sunshine House.  Jeremy Paszczak, director of sales and marketing, says Denise had a receipt and narrowed the timeframe she was at the Sunshine House ReSale Store dropping off the donations on January 10.  He says Denise did not even know about her father's ring before this occurred.



The ring was discovered by ReSale Store Director Nancy McClellan who was sifting through donated boxes and realized the unique piece of jewelry might have been dropped off by mistake.  Two weeks later the World War II veteran's ring is back to where it belongs.  


(picture of ring by Jeremy Pasczak) 


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