“He Restored My Faith in Humanity. If You Believe in Karma, Keith [Medley] has a Lot of Good Coming His Way”

In late 2006, Evergreen Hospital emergency-room nurse Dena Baker-Davis lost her $11,000 platinum wedding ring with three diamonds in Woodinville, Washington. She said, “I lost weight recently, and the ring was loose. I thought it might be in gloves I’d used.” She and co-workers searched through trashcans, dirty linen, rooms, and hallways, but they did not find the ring. Fortunately, Keith Medley found the ring in the parking lot of Top Foods supermarket in Woodinville, where Ms. Baker-Davis had stopped before work. She called Top Foods but at that time no one had contacted managers about a lost ring. Mr. Medley, who had taken the ring to a jeweler and discovered that it was valuable, went to Top Foods to report finding it.  Ms. Baker-Davis got her ring back and gave Mr. Medley a reward. She said, “He restored my faith in humanity. If you believe in karma, Keith has a lot of good coming his way.”

For Further Information: Sherry Grindeland, “Good deed shines like ring found in a lot.” Seattle Times (Washington). 4 November 2006


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