Walmart Employee Returns Woman’s Lost Person - Shocks Her By Saying This

A busy mom had been running around all weekend with her daughters at a cheerleading competition, then rushed to get the grocery shopping done so she could unpack and do the laundry. When she hurried out of the store and unloaded her groceries in the car, she was preoccupied by all the chores she had to do, and worried about how much money she'd just spent. She rushed home, and then a terrible realization came over her: she forgot her purse in the Walmart shopping cart.

Anyone who has ever lost a purse knows what a nightmare that realization that Christy Neubert experienced. She had $100 in cash, all her credit cards and driver's license in the purse. Not only did she have to worry about someone taking the money and the cards, but that it could result in a messy identity theft issue. She would have had to replace all her important cards and documents.

Making matters worse for Neubert, the purse had tremendous sentimental value. It was a gift to her from her husband and daughters for mother's day, and she treasured it.

At night in the dark, she didn't have much hope that anyone would find the purse — at least, not anyone honest. But she called Walmart to check. She was amazed to hear someone turned it in.

Neubert drove back to the Walmart thinking the cash, and possibly her credit cards, might be missing, but at least she would have the purse back that she loved so much. She could deal with the rest. But to her amazement, when she was handed back her bag, everything, including the cash, was intact.

Walmart told her that Terrance Dickerson, a young man who worked for them collecting carts, was the one who found her purse. Ted Parks, the manager of the store, said Dickerson is known to be honest, humble, hard-working, and to have the 'utmost integrity'.

Neubert wanted to reward Dickerson, but he refused. “I tried to reward him with some money and instead he gave me a big hug and said 'no ma'am, that's my blessing to you!'” explained the touched woman on a Facebook post.

Dickerson invited Neubert and her family to come to church with him. He attends First Steps of Arkansas, and even got his job through his church. Neubert was happy to accept the invitation, and couldn't be more delighted that she got her purse back, thanks to such an upstanding, trustworthy young man.

Source: Independent Journal Review
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