A Mansfield woman lost her school ring a few years after graduating from Mansfield High School. She believed it would never been seen again.
Nathan Garcia a D.P Morris Elementary School fourth grader was riding his bike around the school when he spotted something shiny. He picked it up and planned to keep it.
“[At] first I didn’t want to return it,” Garcia told KDAF news, “and I kept it for a little bit and I thought what the owner would feel. So, I took it back and I returned it.”
With the help of a few high school students and school library records they zeroed in on Mary Elizabeth Sloan (maiden name North). The ring had the initials MEN engraved on the side.
“At first I didn’t believe them,” Sloan told KDAF, “and then they showed me the ring and I thought, ‘what?’ “It’s a sentimental thing. I’m a very sentimental person. Things like this mean a lot to me.”
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