John Lefever of Lancaster, Pa., Believed his wedding ring had fallen into the sink in his home, but he recovered the ring after it was found in the parking lot of the local Oregon Dairy store and posted on Facebook. Photo courtesy of Oregon Dairy / Facebook

November 1 (UPI) – A Pennsylvania man who mistakenly assumed his wedding ring had fallen down the sink in this house has found the lost ring thanks to a social media post from a local business.

John Lefever said he noticed his ring was missing on his finger after washing your hands home and he assumed he had fallen down the drain.

Lefever said he wasn’t too concerned about the ring, as he assumed it would get stuck in the siphon and that one of his sons would help him get it back the next time they visited. him.

Lefever said it was six days later when her granddaughter told her that an anonymous Facebook user contacted her about a post. on the Oregon Dairy Facebook page.

Oregon Dairy, a store Lefever visited earlier the same day he noticed his ring was missing, said the ring was found on the ground in the company’s parking lot.

The ring found bore the inscription: “Eternally Yours GMS & JEL 12/2/61. “

Lefever said the return of the ring is particularly significant because he is widowed and this December marks the 60th anniversary of his marriage.


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