1965 Class Ring Reunited With Owner, Who Didn't Know It Was Lost The ring was found in a store parking lot in Delaware. It turns out, Joanna Gore had loaned the ring to her granddaughter, who lost it but had not told her grandmother it was missing.

1965 Class Ring Reunited With Owner, Who Didn't Know It Was Lost

1965 Class Ring Reunited With Owner, Who Didn't Know It Was Lost

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The ring was found in a store parking lot in Delaware. It turns out, Joanna Gore had loaned the ring to her granddaughter, who lost it but had not told her grandmother it was missing.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

When Kim Shank found a high school class ring in a parking lot, she assumed somebody was looking for it, so she posted on social media for the owner. Then she contacted William Penn High School in Delaware. The ring was from 1965. Joanna Gore owned it. She'd loaned it to her granddaughter who lost it and had not told Grandma it was missing. Ms. Gore says someone has lost their ring privileges.

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