In 23 October 2014, Tim Cook was released from Sparks Regional Medical Center in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Unfortunately, he lost his wallet, which his grandfather had given to him before he died. Mr. Cook reported the loss to the police and called hospital security in the hope that someone had turned it. A few days later, on October 27, he received the wallet in the mail, along with this note:
“I’m sorry you lost your wallet. I found it in the parking lot of Sparks Hospital. I sure meant to turn it in at the desk, but I totally forgot. I’m sorry for that also. I live over two hours away, so I thought I should mail it.
“God bless you, sir.”
The note also included a P.S.: “Sorry I took 5.90 to mail it. I didn’t have enough [money, so I] had to use some of yours.”
For More Information: Curt Lanning, “High Five: Fort Smith Good Samaritan Finds And Returns Lost Heirloom Wallet.” KFSM (Fort Smith, Arkansas). 28 October 2014
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